Quiz Questions  Archive: Quiz #49
Set by Ewan  |  35 pts     (2018-02-14)

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1) Wine! Name the 5 countries which produce the most wine by volume. (5 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

2) Ikea recently put an advert in a magazine that gave a discount to certain people if they did something to the advert and brought it in as proof. a) What did they want people to do to the advert? b) What did it prove? (2 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

3) What are people who suffer these phobias averse to? a) Haemophobia b) Paedophobia c) Acrophobia d) Chronophobia e) Aibohphobia (5 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

4) The Doomsday clock is used to depict how close certain experts believe we are to the end of the world as we know it. On January 25th 2018, the time on the clock was updated. What time is the clock now set at? (1 pt)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

5) 6 of the 8 planets in our solar system have moons. Name the largest moon of each planet. (6 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

6) In Harry Potter, the Hogwarts school motto is "Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus". What does this translate to? (1 pt)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

7) What are they called now? These things are all pretty well known, but not as these names. Tell me what they are now better known as. a) Pretzel (Game) b) Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope) c) Newton Heath (Football team) d) Brad's Drink (Soft Drink) e) Harry Webb (Musician) (5 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

8) In December 2017 Mount Jackson lost its title as the tallest mountain in UK-claimed Antarctic territory, and was usurped by Mount Hope. What happened to cause this? (1 pt)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

9) These people are all heads of government for an EU country. Match the names to the pictures. The flags are a guide to which countries they represent, but are in no particular order. a) Stefan Lfven b) Leo Varadkar c) Charles Michel d) Mark Rutte e) Mariano Rajoy f) Joseph Muscat (6 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

10) Name these people! Each question below will give you the description of two different people, but they both have the same name, but with the first and last names reversed. For example if the first part of the clue was for someone called Martin Ali, then the other part of the clue would be for someone called Ali Martin. a) Former American football player for the Indiana Colts / British actor who played Detective Jack Frost b) Architect of Edinburgh's New Town / English footballer who played for Hibs in the 02/03 season c) Former Welsh and British Lions rugby fly-half / British composer famed for composing the scores of 11 Bond films (3 pts)  Ewan:  2018-02-14

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