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Quiz 11b - General Knowledge - Another great quiz from Bill Turnbull: 

1. In the phonetic alphabet Alpha, Bravo etcetera which two dances are used? - Tango and Foxtrot
2. What sport is played by the Japanese team Chunichi Dragons? -Baseball
3. Who played Billy the Kid in the film The Left Handed Gun? - Paul Newman
4. How much money does each player start with in the British version of Monopoly? - Fifteen hundred pounds
5. In American currency how many cents are there in a nickel? - Five
6. What was the first supersonic bomber used by any country? - B-58
7. In the film The Blues Brothers what are the first names of the brothers? - Jake and Elwood
8. What is the capital of Bahrain? - Manama
9. What doest it mean if a wine is described as frizzante? - Semi sparkling
10. Which English city shares its name with the capital of Nebraska? - Lincoln
11. Americans call it a purse what would we call it? - A handbag
12. The Steve Miller Band had a number one in the nineties with The Joker but in what year was it recorded? - Nineteen seventy three
13. Which underground railway in the world has the most stations? - New York
14. Who is the only British monarch from the house of Wettin? - Edward the Seventh
15. Who was the Yorkshire man who invented "cats eyes" for use on the nation's roads? - Percy Shaw
16. Which country produces the wine Bull's Blood? - Hungary
17. Which physical property allows a needle to float on water? - Surface tension
18. What is a clerihew? - Poem
19. Which tobacco company was the first in Britain to include cigarette cards? - W.D. and H.O. Wills (Wills will do)
20. What was the name of the dictator overthrown by Fidel Castro? - General Fulgencia Batista (Batista will do)



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