Quiz Number 67

Published: Wednesday 14th August 2013
  1. What was Lewis Carroll's real name?
  2. In which city was the Boy's Brigade founded in 1883?
  3. How many feet make up a Rod, Pole or Perch?
  4. Which is the only seaport in the country of Jordan?
  5. Which songs containing the word "WATER" in the title were UK top ten hits for the following artists, [a] Tommy Steele (1957), [b] Pendulum (2010), [c] The Four Tops (1971), [d] TLC (1995) and [e] Julian Lennon (1991)?
  6. In which year did The Bank of England first introduce the Pound Note?
  7. For which football club did Manchester United manager David Moyes make 143 appearances between 1993 and 1999?
  8. After how many years of marriage would you celebrate an EMERALD anniversary?
  9. Which motorway joins the centre of Bristol with the M4?
  10. Name the SEVEN countries that share a land border with India?
  11. In Formula One motor racing what is DRS?
  12. In test cricket what is DRS?
  13. What are the FOUR Operas in Wagner's Ring Cycle?
  14. What is the name of the principal sugar in milk?
  15. In World War Two what was the codename for the evacuation of Dunkirk?
  16. What was the name of the FOUR undergraduates who shared the flat in the TV series "The Young Ones"?
  17. Of which island is St Peter's Port the main town?
  18. On a flower what is found at the end of a stamen?
  19. Which actors played the US President in the following movies, [a] Independence Day (1996), [b] The Dark Knight Rises (2012), [c] Air Force One (1997), [d] Mars Attacks! (1996) and [e] Austin Powers: The Spy That Shagged Me (1999)?
  20. According to the novel by Daniel Defoe, in which city was Robinson Crusoe born?
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