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Trivia Quiz      Week 24     2011     (answers published next week)

1. Actor Tim Healey is married to which ‘loose woman’ ?

2. What does the ‘O’ stand for on an OBE award ?

3. Which 70s singer plays Eddie Moon in Eastenders ?

4. Who is 4th in line to the British throne ?

5. If 44 is the code for the UK, what is the international dialling code for Spain ?

6. What type of creature is a katydid ?

7. What is the decimal for three quarters ?

8. Which British boxer became undisputed World cruiserweight champion in 2008 ?

9. CMXCIX is the Roman numeral for which three numbers ?

10. Which singer did Jay Z marry in 2008 ?

11. Which modern day country did the Battle of Waterloo take place ?

12. How many stars are featured on the blue European Union flag ?

13. Who was British prime minister in 2006 ?

14. What is the Latin name for ‘after death’ ?

15. Globe and Jerusalem are varieties of which vegetable ?

16. Which football club did Michael Owen move to after leaving Real Madrid in 2005 ?

17. Who is the Duke of Cambridge better known as ?

18. How many different countries are being visited by F1 racing this year (2011) ?

19. Which band recorded an album in the 70s called ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ ?

20. Which modern cocktail consists of 2 measures vodka, 1 measure peach schnapps, 3 measures
orange juice, 3 measures cranberry juice ?

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Killer Round
(each correct answer is worth 2 points however if you get any wrong, all points below are wiped out!)
you must answer at least 3 questions.

1. Teriyaki is a cooking technique that originally developed in which country ?, Japan or the USA ?

2. An alcoholometer is a devise which measures the strength of alcohol, true or false ?

3. Who is the oldest ?, Mark Owen, Ed Miliband or Katie Price ?

4. What type of British wild creature is called a chuff ?, is it a bird, a reptile or a fish ?

5. Elvis Presley only performed five concerts outside the United States, all in Canada, true or false ?

6. The alcoholic drink, Pernod comes from which country ?, Belgium, France or Italy ?

7. In the Muppets, Miss Piggy’s full name is Miss Piggy Lee, true or false ?

8. The Tango is a dance that originated in which South American country ?, Argentina, Brazil or Venezuela ?

9. What would you do with a ‘toque’ ?, would you ride it, wear it or drink it ?

10. In which decade was ‘A Question Of Sport’ first broadcast nationally on the BBC ?, 50s 60s or 70s ?
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Tie-Break:- How many telephone sets were being used in the UK in 1931 ?

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