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Quiz 39b - General Knowledge  Sent in by: Bill Turnbull:  (Highly Rated - Jim)

1. What is the American equivalent to the S.A.S.? - Delta Force

2. Which super group started life calling themselves The Engaged Couples? - ABBA

3. In the film The Alamo what role did John Wayne play? - Davey Crocket

4. Which sporting club's name is 1200 in Roman numerals? - The M.C.C.

5. What is the main herb in pesto sauce? - Basil

6. Which bird is the emblem of Penguin's children's books? - Puffin

7. Which Dickens character was "ever so 'umble"? - Uriah Heap

8. In lonely hearts adverts what does BHM stand for? - Big handsome man

9. According to the nursery rhyme what did the old woman who lived in a shoe feed her children on? - Broth without any bread

10. Manfred Mann has had a number one with The Mighty Quinn but who wrote it? - Bob Dylan

11. In which town do Queen of the South F.C. play their home games? - Dumfries

12. What fraction of a gross is three dozen? - Quarter

13. What is the name given to the rosettes or feathers on military headgear? - Cockades

14. Henry and William set up a carrier service in the USA in the eighteen hundreds what are their surnames? - Wells and Fargo

15. What is the name given to a nine sided polygon? - Nonagon

16. Which car manufacturer made the Wagon R? - Suzuki

17. In which David Bowie song which charted in 1980 does Major Tom become a junkie? - Ashes To Ashes

18. What is a baby swan called? - Cygnet

19. What was the name of Hopalong Cassidy's horse? - Topper

20. What is the longest English word that only has one vowel? - Strengths


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