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Quiz 54b - General Knowledge  Sent in by: Bill Turnbull:  (Highly Rated - Jim)


1. The Isle of Sheppey is part of which English county? - Kent

2. What is the medical name for the kneecap? - Patella

3. What was the original purpose of a signet ring? - Used as a seal

4. Who wrote the music for the Dollar films? - Ennio Morricone

5. With what sport is Bisley associated? - Shooting

6. Which actor refused an Oscar for his part in the film Patton? - George. C. Scott

7. What is the collective noun for ostriches? - Flock or troop

8. What is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago? - Port of Spain

9. In a poll conducted among children what was their favourite crisp flavour? - Cheese and onion

10. In heraldry what colour is sable? - Black

11. Which world leader punctuated an interview with the B.B.C. reporter John Simpson with a series of not very discreet farts? - Colonel Gaddafi

12. Who appeared on the streets of London for the first time in 1960? - Traffic wardens

13. Carol Decker was the lead singer with which band? - T'Pau

14. What is another name for a flexible diving board? - Springboard

15. Which football team did Alf support in Till Death us Do Part? - West Ham United

16. Which comedian had a number one in the seventies with D.I.V.O.R.C.E.? - Billy Connolly

17. What do the initials TAVR stand for in military parlance? - Territorial Army Volunteer Reserve

18. Name the four stations on a standard English Monopoly board? - Fenchurch St. Kings Cross, Liverpool St. and Marylebone

19. How many men form a line out in rugby league? - None there are no line outs in rugby league

20. What piece of music did Torville and Dean dance to when winning their world championship in 1984? - Ravel's Bolero

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