Quiz Number 47

Published: Friday 8th June 2012
  1. Which beverage is obtained from the plant Camellia Sinensis?
  2. Which 70s and 80s pop star has the real name of Stuart Goddard?
  3. In which field is the prestigious PRITZKER prize awarded?
  4. For which style of painting was Rene Magritte most famous?
  5. Which songs containing the word ENGLAND in the title were Top 20 hits for the following artists, [a] Roger Miller (1966), [b] Kirsty McColl (1985), [c] Elton John (1995), [d] 4-4-2 (2004) and [e] Twisted X (2004)
  6. Who in Roman mythology is said to be the mother of Cupid?
  7. Which desert stretches for more than 1200 miles along the Atlantic coast of Southern Africa?
  8. Who in 1969 became the first woman Prime Minister of Israel?
  9. In which US city did "Grunge" music originate?
  10. What are the SEVEN events of the Women's Heptathalon?
  11. In George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm", what type of animal was Napoleon?
  12. Which FIVE countries border KENYA?
  13. Between which hours is the FIRST DOG WATCH on board a ship?
  14. Which are the only TWO Royal Boroughs in London?
  15. What are the FOUR humours of Hippocratic medicine?
  16. In which city would you find the Roman Catholic cathedral referred to by locals as "Paddy's Wigwam"?
  17. Which, in terms of area, is the largest of Britains National Parks?
  18. Who wrote the children's novel "The Borrowers"?
  19. Which company is responsible for the following fragrances, [a] Anais Anais, [b] Beautiful, [c] Charlie, [d] Eternity and [e] Opium
  20. What unit of measurement is equivalent to 64.799 milligrams or 1/7000th of an Imperial pound?
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