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An Alphabet of Answers

written by: Tomatoman
 
It's a biggie! Twenty-six questions of general trivia, whose answers start with A and end at question 26 with Z.

Question 1:


Which of the following native American groups of people speak a Southern Athabaskan language?
Arawaks
Alaskans
Apache
Arizonans

Question 2:


What herb, also known as "starflower", has five small, blue or pink, triangular-pointed petals?
Basil
Borage
Bay
Berberis

Question 3:


Who was the British Prime Minister on February 14th 1940?
Chamberlain
Canning
Churchill
Callaghan

Question 4:


What long-running radio and television police drama was created by and starred Jack Webb?
Desperate Housewives
Dynasty
Deadwood
Dragnet

Question 5:


What is a young eel called?
Elvis
Eeling
Elver
Eelet

Question 6:


What record label was established in 1978 and included New Order, The Durutti Column and Happy Mondays in its stable?
Fall records
Fiction records
Fire Records
Factory Records

Question 7:


Which daikaij┼ź (giant monster) most resembles a turtle?
Gigan
Godzilla
Ghidora
Gamera

Question 8:


Which English king was born in Pembroke Castle, Wales in 1457?
Henry VIII
Henry I
Henry IV
Henry VII

Question 9:


What is the name for fire sacrifice?
Infiltration
Immolation
Innovation
Impregnation

Question 10:


What term refers to the group of militia gunmen in the Darfur region of Sudan thought responsible for the serial massacre, rape and forced displacement in 1990 and 2001-2005?
Jilbab
Jintrap
Jihad
Janjaweed

Question 11:


Which of the listed words links a World War II destroyer, the band Teenage Fanclub and a murderous clown called Pennywise?
Kettle
Kendo
Kiki
King

Question 12:


What was the first name of Mr Burton, who played Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation?
Labatt
Limahl
LeVar
Lamar

Question 13:


Which one of the listed African countries does not border a sea or an ocean?
Madagascar
Mozambique
Mauritania
Malawi

Question 14:


Which genus of plants does catnip (catmint) belong to?
Nepeta
Nepenthes
Nigella
Nyssa

Question 15:


Which "Odd" film was set in Northern Ireland?
Odd Couple
Odds Against Tomorrow
Odd Jobs
Odd Man Out

Question 16:


What is the following an example of: "Madam, I'm Adam"?
Palindrome
Personification
Personalisation
Perambulation

Question 17:


What word means a baked dish made mainly of eggs and milk?
Quiddich
Quivive
Quoin
Quiche

Question 18:


Complete this famous quotation, attributed to, and denied by, Winston Churchill.
"Don't talk to me about naval tradition. It's nothing but ____, sodomy, and the lash."
Rotten biscuits
Rashes
Rum
Ropes

Question 19:


Which engineer founded the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in 1847?
George Stephenson
Igor Sikorski
Joseph Strauss
Robert Stephenson

Question 20:


Which of these fish is least likely to be found in seawater?
Trumpetfish
Tuna
Tarpon
Tench

Question 21:


Which of the following countries has the highest population?
Uzbekistan
Uruguay
Uganda
Ukraine

Question 22:


Which of these vampire films was directed by horror supremo Wes Craven?
Vampire in Brooklyn
Vampires vs. Zombies
Vampyros Lesbos
Vampire's Kiss

Question 23:


Which of these modern composers was born in South Africa?
Alex Wurman
Andrew Lloyd Webber
John Williams
Niel van der Watt

Question 24:


Which of the following musical artists produces "noise music"?
Xome
X
Xmal Deutschland
XTC

Question 25:


Which "youthful" musician(s) is/are associated with the 1980's albums "Killing Joke" and "What's THIS for...!"?
Paul Young
Martin "Youth" Glover
Neil Young
Musical Youth

Question 26:


What term refers to the study of fermentation?
Zigadenus
Zoolatry
Zonary
Zymurgy

 


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