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Quiz 122 by John Clark

1

Where in the body are the intercostals muscles situated?

Ribs (between adjacent ribs)

2

Which river for part of its length forms the boundary between Salford and Manchester?

River Irwell

3

What Latin legal term means 'Under Judicial Consideration'?

Sub Judice

4

According to William Blake's poem, which bird in a cage 'Puts all heaven in a rage'?

Robin Redbreast

5

What is the French for 'False Step', which is in common use in English as a term for a blunder?

'Faux Pas'

6

What is the name of Queen Victoria's home near Cowes in the Isle of Wight? Where she died in 1901?

Osborne (House)

7

On which island does the 'Owen Stanley' mountain range rise to over 4000 metres?

Papua New Guinea

8

Which liqueur is added to gin and lemon to make a 'White Lady Cocktail'?

Contreau (or any other orange liqueur)

9

What is the shortest word in English that contains the letters a b c d e and f?

Feedback

10

If James Bond was to dial 007 he would be using the dialling code for which country?

Russia

11

Roseau is the capital city of which Caribbean island?

Dominica

12

Who was the last British monarch to sack a Prime Minister?

William IV (Viscount Melbourne)

13

In 1980, Olivia Newton-John topped the UK pop charts with the title track to a film in which she starred with Gene Kelly. Name it.

'Xanadu'

14

In the song, Heartbreak Hotel is on which street?

'Lonely Street'

15

17. Chippy Minton, Mr Clamp, Mr Antonio and Miss Lovelace lived in which animated village?

Trumpton

16

Who was the Egyptian god of the underworld?

Osiris

17

The ten tallest buildings in Germany are all located in which city?

Frankfurt

18

Which actor had roles in 'Les Miserables, The Prestige and the X-Men?

Hugh Jackman

19

Which is the only inanimate sign of the zodiac?

Libra

20

Which popular 1980s group took its name from supporters of the 1871 Paris Commune?

The Communards

 

 

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