Quiz Number 35

Published: Sunday 16th October 2011
  1. In which year was the wearing of front seat belts in cars made compulsory in the UK?
  2. Which THREE countries joined the EC in 1995?
  3. What does the acronym NIMBY stand for?
  4. What songs containing the word "CRAZY" were UK top 5 hits for the following artists, [a] The Temperance Seven (1961), [b] Madonna (1985), [c] Charlotte Church (2005), [d] Let Loose (1994) and [e] Natalie Cole (1989)
  5. According to the Bible, at what age did Noah die?
  6. What is the World's highest volcano?
  7. What was the first names of the following classical composers, [a] Purcell, [b] Beethoven, [c] Vivaldi, [d] Mozart and [e] Haydn
  8. Who served as Vice-President to President John F Kennedy?
  9. What is a DRUMLIN?
  10. Which mythological hero killed the Nemean Lion?
  11. Who was the last Emperor of India?
  12. Which FIVE countries share a land border with Bolivia?
  13. What is the nationality of tennis player Roger Federer?
  14. In which year did the first official UK census take place?
  15. In Swahili what is the meaning of the word SAFARI?
  16. By what name did these pop groups eventually find fame, [a] The Quarrymen, [b] Seymour, [c] Smile, [d] The Rain and [e] The Detours
  17. On which racecourse is the St. Leger run annually?
  18. In which works of fiction do the following DOGS appear, [a] Bulls-Eye, [b] Montmorency, [c] Nana, [d] Perdita and [e] Snowy
  19. Which country has qualified for the football World Cup finals every time since the start of the competition in 1930?
  20. When Ken Livingstone was elected London Mayor in 2000 who was the official Labour candidate he defeated?
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