Quiz Number 132

Published: Tuesday 23rd January 2018
  1. In which sport might you complete a half-pass, a piaffe and leg-yield?
  2. How many toes on each foot does an emu possess?
  3. Launched in 1957 and advertised by Audrey Hepburn, what was Givenchy's first perfume?
  4. What was the capital of Australia between the years of 1901 and 1927?
  5. Which songs with the word MILLION in the title were UK top twenty hits for the following artists,[a] Take That (1992), [b] S Club Seven (1999), [c] Ne-Yo (2010), [d] Whitney Houston (2009) and [e] Kate Melua (2005)?
  6. Which Victorian architect designed the Houses of Parliament?
  7. Which film in the James Bond series featured a villain called Irma Bunt?
  8. Where does the dish of steamed pork and fish cooked in leaves and known as Laulau originate?
  9. In car technology what does the acronym ABS stand for?
  10. Which three American players lost Wimbledon Singles Finals to Bjorn Borg?
  11. Which two books of the Bible have no direct mention of God?
  12. The fur of which animal is used to make an Akubra hat?
  13. Which character in the Robert Louis Stevenson's novel "Treasure Island" ran the Spyglass Inn?
  14. In which country would you find Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Site?
  15. How many gallons make up a Firkin of beer?
  16. Which six countries border the Red Sea?
  17. Who was the first chancellor of post-war Germany?
  18. Prior to leaving to form Bad Company, of which 1960's band was Paul Rodgers the lead singer?
  19. Which Central American country has the Quetzal as it's unit of currency?
  20. If a bird was described as being Palmiped what characteristic would it possess?
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