Quiz Number 33

Published: Sunday 18th September 2011
  1. Who wrote the novel "Ivanhoe"?
  2. What kind of creature is a POMPANO?
  3. Which group of islands include St. Marys and Tresco?
  4. What songs containing the word "Star" provided hits for the following, [a] Dean Friedman (1978), [b] McFly (2006), [c] The Firm (1987), [d] Perry Como (1953) and [e] Flip and Fill (2002)
  5. Which religious sect was founded in 1954 by American L Ron Hubbard?
  6. In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?
  7. In which countries are the following parliaments, [a] Storting, [b] Knesset, [c] Bundestag, [d] Althing, and [e] Folketing
  8. In which TV show do Cartman and The Chef appear?
  9. Which TWO English rivers have tidal bores?
  10. What is the Italian city of Cremona famous for manufacturing?
  11. Of what is Dipsophobia a fear?
  12. What are the following scientific instruments used for measuring, [a] Pluviometer, [b] Ammeter, [c] Pyrometer, [d] Anemometer and [e] Manometer
  13. How many "Enigma Variations" did Elgar compose?
  14. On what frequency was Radio Luxembourg broadcast to the UK?
  15. In which books are the following fictional places , [a] Rivendell, [b] Lilliput, [c] Avonlea, [d] Shangri-La and [e] Maycomb, Alabama
  16. Which American President said "The ballot is stronger than the bullet"?
  17. How many players are there in a Volleyball team?
  18. Which FIVE countries share a land border with Switzerland?
  19. What is the name of the French counter-terrorist unit?
  20. What was the name of the Def Leppard drummer who lost his arm in a motor accident?
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