Quiz Number 46

Published: Tuesday 1st May 2012
  1. In which year was the dog licence abolished in the UK?
  2. Who in 1675 became the first Astronomer Royal?
  3. In which town is the administrative centre of Hampshire?
  4. Which is the only bird to feature in the names of Chinese years?
  5. Which records containing the word RADIO in their title were top 10 hits for the following artists,[a] Edwin Starr (1979), [b] Lolly (1999), [c] Bugles (1979), [d] McFly (2008) and [e] Taffy (1987)
  6. Who defeated Mohammed Ali in his last ever fight in December 1981?
  7. Which Scottish architect famously designed the interiors of Luton Hoo and Syon House among many others?
  8. Which pub in Nottingham is reckoned to be the oldest in the UK?
  9. Part of Disneyland in Florida, what does EPCOT stand for?
  10. What are the FIVE events of the MODERN Pentathlon?
  11. Which US President had the nickname, "Old Rough and Ready"?
  12. Of which metal is CINNABAR the chief ore?
  13. Which SIX countries share a land border with ITALY?
  14. Who wrote the play "She Stoops to Conquer"?
  15. Which US city is located where the Rivers Delaware and Schuylkill join?
  16. What were the names of the SEVEN dwarfs in the 1937 Disney film?
  17. Who played Picasso in the 1996 film "Surviving Picasso"?
  18. Which is the largest artery in the human body?
  19. What were the SEVEN Wonders of the Ancient World?
  20. Which month of the year derives its name from the Latin "To Open"?
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