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Free TRIVIA QUESTIONS for 2005

On this page we broaden our scope from the unusual aspects of Sydney geography to the unusual aspects of world geography and to quirky matters in general.

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 30 December 2005

With a change to a new year at the end of this week, our questions this time are about the calendar.

(1) What makes the Ethiopian calendar unusual?

(2) Why are fewer people born in the first six months of the year than the second six months?

(3) How many Fridays the 13th are there in a year?

(4) Eleven plus two total the number in the above question. What anagram of “eleven plus two” gives another such combination?(6, 4, 3)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 23 December 2005

As we have just opened a section of our site for all our gardening friends, we need to have a trivia week on that subject.

(1) From injuries in what activity do physiotherapists gain most business?

(2) From injuries in what activity do some 8 000 Britons seek medical aid each year? (Shame on you if you need any help with those two questions.)

(3) In what part of a garden would a pedologist be interested? (It’s a dirty word.)

(4) Those injured in the activity from the first two questions might need help from a member of this Austrlian doctors’ association. Its name is an anagram of “It actions a cure and aims to heal ails” (3, 10, 7, 11)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 16 December 2005

We’re running out of time for Christmas questions, so here goes.

(1) Where are Hell and Christmas?

(2) Whose Australian postcode is 9999, one used by Australia Post frequently at this time of the year?

(3) What mode of transport does Santa use to deliver presents to children In Finland? (a) a goat (b) an igloo (c) a sleigh, just like anywhere else

(4) The name of what Christmas personality is an anagram of “the fat sir charms”? (6, 9)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 9 December 2005

This week’s questions are about travel permits.

(1) What independent state allows entry to anyone without a passport?

(2) What is the only country where no-one is required to have a visa to enter or leave?

(3) The government of what country requires its citizens to have a "permit to travel" if they want to take a train more than 50km from their homes? (a) Cuba (b) England (c) Russia

(4) If you’re arriving by air from outside Europe you will need to show your passport here. It’s an anagram of “Aggro! A slow trip!” (7, 7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 2 December 2005

This week’s questions are about armies around the world.

(1) Which is larger of Liechtenstein’s army and navy?

(2) What is the world’s most heavily militarised area?

(3) What is the only nation that fought from beginning to end in each of World Wars I and II, Korea, Vietnam and the two Persian Gulf conflicts against Iraq?

(4) Anagram: What specialist army clearance unit do you get by mixing the letters in “Bad slip: booms!” (4, 8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 25 November 2005

We were spurred to have national borders questions this week by emailer Avi, who intrigued us with the first one.

(1) What are the five mainland European countries that have a border with one, and only one, other country?

(2) How many countries share a border with Russia? (a) 5 (b) 9 (c) 14

(3) Other than Canada and Mexico, which border it, which country is closest to the USA?

(4) One of the nation names you needed for the first question is an anagram of “Coma, no?” What nation is this?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 18 November 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about money

(1) What is unusual about Cook Islands currency? (a) three-dollar notes (b) triangular notes (c) edible notes

(2) What is Panama’s currency?

(3) How many raindrops do you get for one unit of Botswana’s currency?

(4) What travel finance company is an anagram of Car.air.expenses.com? (8,7,2)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 11 November 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about religion

(1) Has Cambodia’s famous Anghor Wat temple had significance for Hindus or Buddhists?

(2) What is the predominant religion of Bethlehem?

(3) What were the first names of Pope Benedict XVI’s parents?

(4) What Christian denomination is an anagram of “Pepsi-Cola”?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 4 November 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about colours

(1) What was the original colour of the White House?

(2) What colour are aircraft black boxes?

(3) What was the original colour of Coca-Cola?

(4) What soft drink is an anagram of “epileptic soda”? (5-4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 28 October 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Royalty

(1) Besides King Christian and King Frederik, how many Danish kings of the last 500 years can you name?

(2) Who was the first Australian-born person to become part of a royal family?

(3) What is the only house in England that the queen may not enter?

(4) What granting of honours for Australian citizens, approved by Queen Elizabeth, is announced at the beginning of the year? It’s an anagram of “she outs the royal winners”. (3,3,4’1, 7,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 21 October 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about volcanoes

(1) Where is the Aitken Crater, which is at least three day’s travel from the nearest civilization?

(2) From how far away was the Krakatoa volcanic eruption heard? (a) 48km (b) 480km (c) 4800km

(3) Why have 80% of the world’s known volcanoes never caused any damage to property?

(4) What famous moon exploration quote is an anagram of “Fame! Neil A. Armstrong plants feet (a hip) on moon and talks”? (4’1,3,5,4,3,1,3,3,5,4,3,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 14 October 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about volcanoes

(1) What natural event caused the loudest sound ever recorded?

(2) All but one of the 30 000 inhabitants of St Pierre were killed by an eruption of Mt Pelee volcano in 1902. Why did that one survive? (a) He was locked up in a thick-walled prison awaiting execution the following day. (b) She was being baptised in the Pool of Eternal Life, and later became Saint Theresa. (c) She was a vulcanologist whose studies led her to believe an eruption was imminent. She told no other inhabitant but left the village secretly hoping to return and claim the whole territory for herself.

(3) When the Beeren Berg volcano on Jan Mayen Island in the Greenland Sea erupted in 1970 all the 39 male inhabitants of the island were evacuated. Why were no female inhabitants evacuated?

(4) What ultimate punishment for criminals is an anagram of “they plan the date”? (3,5,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 7 October 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about islands

(1) When are there 7000 islands in the Philippines?

(2) Because Australia is regarded as a continent, Greenland is the world’s largest island. What is second largest?

(3) Is Inaccessible Island accessible?

(4) What distance measurement is an anagram of “O, mile trek”? (9)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 30 September 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about marathon running

(1) Arvina Pandya of India ran across the USA from Los Angeles to New York in 107 days. What was special about the way he ran?

(2) Timothy Badyna of the USA ran a marathon in Toledo, Ohio, USA on 24-4-94 in 3 hours 53 minutes 17 seconds. What was special about the way he ran?

(3) Approximately what percentage of official finishers in an average marathon race are under 18?

(4) What long-distance athletic ambition is an anagram of “Oh man, a rotten hurt”? (2,3,3,8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 23 September 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about personal names

(1) Gonxha Bojaxhiu was born in Albania in 1910. Why was she the world’s most admired woman when she died in India in 1997?

(2) What were the given names of the French composer Julien?

(3) What is the most common male’s first name worldwide?

(4) What screen actor’s name is an anagram of “Script: he ever hero”? (11,5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 16 September 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about roads

(1) What is the only US state capital not linked by road to anywhere else?

(2) Which two states of the USA have interstate highways but can’t have interstate highways?

(3) How many roads are there in the republic Nauru?

(4) What car make is an anagram of “my car”? (5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 9 September 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about bridges

(1) How many people have committed suicide by jumping off San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge? (a) none (b) more than 1000 (c) more than 5000

(2) Why does the 11-km, 44-span bridge linking Prince Edward Island to the Canadian mainland have curves, even though these did not reduce costs nor make the bridge structurally safer?

(3) Where is the 1831-built London Bridge?

(4) What London cathedral is an anagram of “has sculptured altar”? (2, 4’1, 9)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 2 September 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about newspapers

(1) What is the Sacramento Bee?

(2) On what event was it reporting when the Lancashire Evening Post ran the headline “All the Passengers are Safe”?

(3) How many people had their picture in the Iraqi press under Saddam Hussein’s rule?

(4) What American newspaper’s name is an anagram of “Ah, tonight’s top news”? (3,10,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 26 August 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about country names

(1) What does the “stan” in the name of countries such as Afghanistan mean?

(2) How did Greenland and Iceland get their names?

(3) The first eight letters of what country’s name contain no vowels (a, e, i, o, u)?

(4) The name of what country is an anagram of “Leprechaun fib I retold”? (3,8,2,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 19 August 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about cricket

(1) What percentage of Americans play cricket? (a) less than 1% (b) about 20% (c) about 50%

(2) What was special about Zimbabwe’s score after the first three balls from Sri Lanka in their test match on 26-11-99?

(3) In what sport besides cricket is the ball always in possession of the team on defence, and the offensive team can score without touching the ball?

(4) What cricketer’s name is an anagram of “O man, I bat”? (3,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 12 August 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about inventions

(1) In what country were Roman numerals invented? (a) Iberia (b) India (c) Italy

(2) Who invented the bagpipes? (a) the Scots (b) the English (c) the Pakistanis

(3) Where was Indian ink invented? (a) in China (b) in India (c) in Swaziland

(4) What Chinese leader’s title and name are an anagram of “I am on a march”? (8,3)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 5 August 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about capital cities

(1) What is the name of the settlement that became the capital of Christmas Island?

(2) Which one of these is not a capital of a USA state? (a) Pierre (b) Olympia (c) Lincoln (d) Chicago

(3) Is the capital of Israel Jerusalem or Tel Aviv?

(4) What capital city name is an anagram of “Find cool Tony”? (4,2,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 29 July 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about space

(1) Cape Canaveral was formerly called Cape Kennedy. What was it called before Cape Kennedy?

(2) As seen from space, what is the brightest city in the world?

(3) What is the record for the shortest visit to Earth by people from space?

(4) What long-pondered extra-terrestrial life possibility is an anagram of “alien forms”? (4,2,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 22 July 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about walking

(1) What unusual type of walking, after which you need a good wash, is conducted from Noordpolerzijl, The Netherlands?

(2) Why are zebra tracks both narrow and distinct?

(3) A 15-year-old girl was found sleeping on the concrete counterweight of a 40-metre-tall crane in Dulwich, London, in June 2005. How did she get there?

(4) What airline’s name is an anagram of “Land hairy¾kill customer!” (3¾5,5,8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 15 July 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about walking

(1) What is the main recreational activity on Australia’s Lake Mungo and the rest of the Willandra Lakes?

(2) Malaysia's Laban Rata Restaurant has a sign on its door reading: Laban Rata Restaurant Business Hours 7.00am - 7.30pm; 2.00am - 3.30am. Why the unusual hours?

(3) After a cow's left front foot touches the ground when it is walking, which foot touches the ground next?

(4) What long-distance athletic event is an anagram of “the man or a car”? (8,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 8 July 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about war

(1) What do the Costa Rican and Swiss navy have in common?

(2) Ten armed rebels from God’s Army, a Burmese insurgent group, held 700 hostages at a Thai hospital on 24-1-00. How old were the two leaders of God’s Army? (a) 12 (b) 64 and 82 (c) both in their nineties

(3) What seemingly worthless area has been the world's most besieged land since the Early Bronze Age?

(4) What war base is an anagram of “Red alert: US may hit Iraq”? (8,12)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 1 July 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Wimbledon tennis

(1) What British Wimbledon singles champion was also the world table tennis champion?

(2) What were male players excused, for the first time, from doing as from the 2003 championships? (a) attending press post-match conferences (b) bowing to the royal box (c) wearing all-white clothing

(3) Who was Roger Feder’s coach when he won Wimbledon for the second successive time in 2004?

(4) What Canadian then British tennis star’s name is an anagram of “rugged kisser”

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 24 June 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Wimbledon tennis

(1) What is titanium oxide used for at Wimbledon?

(2) What is the full name of the Wimbledon club?

(3) What makes Vere Goold unique amongst Wimbledon Men's Singles finalists? (a) He had only one arm. (b) He was a murderer. (c) He was a priest.

(4) What grand-slam tennis championships is an anagram of “posh Tim Henman chips lob wide”? (3,9,13)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 17 June 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about France

(1) Where did kilts originate?

(2) Who resides at Number 13, Champs Elysées, Paris?

(3) French is spoken in France, western Switzerland, French Polynesia, Canada and New Caledonia, amongst others. Is it spoken in any of the 16 West African countries?

(4) What cuisine is an anagram of “Chicken? No, frogs”? (6,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 10 June 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about French tennis championships

(1) Why was the winner of the 1993 French Junior Girls’ Tennis Championship (for under 19s) not won by a teenager?

(2) How many second serves did Mats Wilander put into play in the French singles final when he beat Henri Laconte in three sets?

(3) Does Luke Jensen, winner of the French Men’s Doubles tennis title, serve right- or left-handed?

(4) The name of what winner of the French Junior Girls’ Tennis Championship is an anagram of “Hit’s in! A grin, Ma!”? (7,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 3 June 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about accidents

(1) What happened to the 1968 exhibition at Harrogate by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents?

(2) How long will it be before the radiation from the nuclear reactor that exploded at Chernobyl in April 1986 will have dropped to a safe level? (a) by 2010 (b) another 25 000 years (c) it is already at a safe level—the daily radiation would be less than from a dental x-ray

(3) What causes the largest number of road accidents in Sweden?

(4) The shuttle in what major space accident is an anagram of “mishap…but locate clues”? (5,7,8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 27 May 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about time

(1) Of all history’s timepieces, which had the most moving parts and which had the least moving parts?

(2) Why does the sun rise before 1 o’clock every morning in Ethiopia?

(3) What time is it at the North Pole?

(4) What newspaper, with the word “Times” in its name, is an anagram of “wonkey items there”? (3,3,4,5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 20 May 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about street names

(1) What is the most common street name in Sydney, Australia? Try thinking of something that every suburb has, like a church or a railway station. But, no, it’s not Church Street or Railway Street.

(2) What is the most common street name in the USA? It’s most unlikely to be the same as your answer to the first question, so try a second choice.

(3) What was the former name of the main street in Latvia’s capital, Riga? (a) Adolf Hitler Strasse (b) Alexander Boulevard (c) Freedom Street (d) Lenin Street (e) all of the above

(4) What car make is an anagram of “to race in”? (1,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 13 May 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Venice

(1) On about how many days a year is St Mark's Square in Venice flooded? (a) 0 (b) no days, but four nights because of full moon. (c) 100

(2) Why are all Venice gondolas painted black?

(3) What is the essential qualification for applying for a licence to be a gondolier in Venice?

(4) What tower not far from Venice is an anagram of “I warn thee of giant slope”? (3,7,5,2,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 6 May 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about mountains

(1) Where are the Dundozonananandana Mountains? (a) Antarctica (b) Namibia (c) Siberia

(2) What are the 12 highest climbs that veteran Apa Sherpa has completed?

(3) What is Latvia’s highest mountain?

(4) What anagram is an anagram of “a ragman”? (7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 29 April 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about wildlife

(1) Who owns all of England’s swans?

(2) About how many penguins live on South Georgia Island? (a) a thousand (b) a million (c) 10 million

(3) Do more penguins live in the northern hemisphere than the southern hemisphere?

(4) What small form of wildlife is an anagram of “flutter by”? (9)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 22 April 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about countries

(1) What is Africa’s largest country?

(2) What Central American countries’ names mean “rich coast”, “the Saviour” and “land of many trees”?

(3) In what country or countries is the Sahara Desert?

(4) What country’s name is an anagram of “But I’m in a desert area”? (6,4,8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 15 April 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Poland

(1) For how long did the opening point last in the 1936 Swathling Cup table tennis match between Alex Ehrlich of Poland and Paneth Farcas of Romania? (a) 3 minutes (b) 17 minutes (c) more than 17 minutes

(2) While imprisoned in Auschwitz, what did Witold Pileki organise?

(3) After the war, what happened to Witold Pileki? (a) He became president of Poland. (b) The Polish Government awarded him its highest honour, the Polish Cross with Gold Star, one of only three ever given. (c) The Polish Government executed him.

(4) What chapel in Vatican City is an anagram of “The speech is Latin”? (3,7,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 8 April 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about Popes

(1) Who drew the largest single crowd in history?

(2) Who was Karol Josef Wojtyla?

(3) Did Pope John Paul II log more kilometres of travel than the previous three popes combined?

(4) What tombstone inscription is an anagram of “Quit cares. In peace.”? (10,2,4)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 1 April 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about small countries

(1) Which is the third largest country out of Trinidad and Tobago and Sao Tome and Principe?

(2) How many member countries of the British Commonwealth came you name?

(3) What countries’ names begin with “D”?

(4) What country’s name is an anagram of “enemy”? (5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 25 March 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about world rivers

(1) How long does it take a drop of water to travel from the headwaters of the Colorado River to the Gulf of California? (a) almost a week (b) several months (c) years

(2) Every twist of the Gambia River is matched by something that is approximately 20 kilometres from it. What is this?

(3) How many rivers would be needed to fill an empty Lake Bailkal in one year?

(4) What water transport is an anagram of “ocean”?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 18 March 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about cars

(1) What is an “emergency taxi”, or ET, in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe? (a) a very crowded taxi (b) an ambulance (c) a biscuit with rhinoceros-horn filling shaped like a car

(2) At what speed to taxis travel between the United Arab Emirates capital, Abu Dhabi, and its airport? (a) 18kmh (b) 81kmh (c) 180kmh

(3) What did Rudolph Diesel patent?

(4) What car make and model is an anagram of “does a country trail”? (6,11)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 11 March 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about world railways

(1) In 1971 Mr and Mrs William Farmer of Margate, near Dover, travelled across England to Wales for their summer holidays. At the start of the week they joined a British Rail mystery tour. Where did it take them?

(2) On what form of US transport does the driver put the main brake on when he wants to go and release it when he wants to stop?

(3) On 11 June 1998 a Japanese train was sent to help another that had broken down. How did the second train get the first one moving?

(4) What train information schedule is an anagram of “Blimey! A later wait”? (7,9)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 4 March 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about road transport

(1) What is Saudi Arabia’s unique road rule?

(2) What are traffic lights called in South Africa? (a) traffic lights (b) robots (c) plurals

(3) Where in Europe besides Britain do vehicles drive on the left?

(4) What car company is an anagram of “O large monster”? (7,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 25 February 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about mountains

(1) Approximately what altitude have you reached after climbing or taking the cable-car half-way up Israel’s Mount Massada?

(2) Where is the highest known mountain?

(3) Discounting Mount Ararat, because Noah went on water, what was history’s first recorded mountain climb?

(4) What famous Mount Everest climber’s name is an anagram of “I’d murder any hills”? (3,6,7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 18 February 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about USA states

(1) What is the largest state of the USA?

(2) How many US states have a name of just one syllable?

(3) How many US states can be seen on a clear day from the top of the Empire State Building?

(4) What US state’s name is an anagram of “a raw deal”? (8)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 11 February 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about countries

(1) Which of Germany, Denmark, Poland, Sweden and Russia has or have ruled Latvia?

(2) To travel due east from Azerbaijan to Azerbaijan, what country do you pass through?

(3) Seven countries—Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, USA, Canada and Greenland—are partly north of the Arctic Circle. How many countries are partly south of the Antarctic Circle?

(4) What country’s name is an anagram of “Open chip shop, eat rice, be full!” (3,6’1,8,2,5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 4 February 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about capital cities

(1) What do the capital cities of Andorra, Djibouti, Gibraltar, Guatemala, Luxembourg, Macau, Mexico, Monaco, Panama, San Marino and Singapore have in common?

(2) What is the world’s last capital city alphabetically?

(3) What capital city is within a capital city?

(4) What US capital city and its state are an anagram of “So, if all clean air’s gone”? (3,7,10)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 28 January 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about cars

(1) What is provided for relaxation in the world’s longest car?

(2) Who conceived and designed the Volkswagen car while he was in prison in 1923?

(3) What are you expected to do every time you pass another car on Norfolk Island?

(4) What car company is an anagram of “neutral”? (7)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 21 January 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about seas

(1) The Aral Sea was once the fourth-largest lake in the world. Where is it expected to rank in 2050?

(2) What country is furthest from the sea (ie has all its borders furthest from the nearest sea or ocean)?

(3) What way does water flow in the Strait of Gibraltar? (a) east (b) west (c) east and west

(4) What huge waterfall is an anagram of “rainfall saga”? (7,5)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 14 January 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about seas

(1) What is wrong with the name “Dead Sea”?

(2) Approximately how many people drowned in the Dead Sea in the 1900s?

(3) Is the Caspian Sea a sea?

(4) What small piece of land in a sea is an anagram of “lies stranded”? (6,6)

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 7 January 2005

This week’s trivia questions are about buses

(1) What is unusual about the timetables for Papua New Guinea's buses, the PMVs?

(2) Why did the Gatti Gang cell of the Italian Red Brigade always travel by bus when carrying out attacks?

(3) What British territory has more underground roads than surface roads?

(4) When do most long-distance West African buses begin their journey?

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