Quiz Number 16

Published: Wednesday 7th July 2010
  1. Which part of your body might be affected by RHINITIS?
  2. What was the name of Don Quixote's horse?
  3. What events in WW2 did the following code-names refer, [a] Overlord, [b] Shingle, [c] Torch, [d] Dynamo and [e] Barbarossa?
  4. Which member of the British Royal family was born on 8.8.88?
  5. In which sport is the Vince Lombardi Trophy awarded?
  6. In which European city would you find the HQ of the environmental organisation, Greenpeace?
  7. Who played the role of Alexis Carrington in Dynasty?
  8. Can you name the top ten hits with 'Summer' in the title performed by the following artists, [a] Billy Fury (no.5 1963), [b] Mike Batt (no.4 1975), [c] Bananarama (no. 8 1983), [d] Texas (no.5 1999) and [e] Kid Rock (no.1 2008)?
  9. In the song "I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly", what was the last thing the Old Lady swallowed?
  10. Which member of England's World cup winning football side was an uncle to a member of England's World cup winning Rugby Union side?
  11. Which Scottish engineer designed the Caledonian canal?
  12. Which river flows through the following capital cities, [a] Washington DC, [b] Seoul, [c] Dublin, [d] Rome and [e] Ottawa?
  13. There are two UK cities that contain the word UPON in their names, can you name them both?
  14. What is the second book of the Bible?
  15. From which musicals do the following songs come, [a] "Who Wants to be a Millionaire", [b] "Too Darn Hot", [c] "I'd Do Anything", [d] "I Love Paris" and [e] "Luck Be a Lady"?
  16. What is the total number of spots on a standard set of Dominoes?
  17. Who was the last Emperor of the Aztec people?
  18. In which sea or ocean can you find the following islands, [a] Isle of Man, [b] Madagascar, [c] Mykonos, [d] South Georgia and [e] Sardinia?
  19. How many players are there on each side in the traditional Scottish game of Shinty?
  20. The lead singer of which band was known as "The Lizard King"?
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