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It's a biggie! Twenty-six questions of general trivia, whose answers start with A and end at question 26 with Z.
Which of the following native American groups of people speak a Southern Athabaskan language?
What herb, also known as "starflower", has five small, blue or pink, triangular-pointed petals?
Who was the British Prime Minister on February 14th 1940?
What long-running radio and television police drama was created by and starred Jack Webb?
What is a young eel called?
What record label was established in 1978 and included New Order, The Durutti Column and Happy Mondays in its stable?
Which daikaijū (giant monster) most resembles a turtle?
Which English king was born in Pembroke Castle, Wales in 1457?
What is the name for fire sacrifice?
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?
Which of the listed words links a World War II destroyer, the band Teenage Fanclub and a murderous clown called Pennywise?
What was the first name of Mr Burton, who played Geordi La Forge in Star Trek: The Next Generation?
Which one of the listed African countries does not border a sea or an ocean?
Which genus of plants does catnip (catmint) belong to?
Which "Odd" film was set in Northern Ireland?
Odds Against Tomorrow
Odd Man Out
What is the following an example of: "Madam, I'm Adam"?
What word means a baked dish made mainly of eggs and milk?
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."
Which engineer founded the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in 1847?
Which of these fish is least likely to be found in seawater?
Which of the following countries has the highest population?
Which of these vampire films was directed by horror supremo Wes Craven?
Vampire in Brooklyn
Vampires vs. Zombies
Which of these modern composers was born in South Africa?
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Niel van der Watt
Which of the following musical artists produces "noise music"?
Which "youthful" musician(s) is/are associated with the 1980's albums "Killing Joke" and "What's THIS for...!"?
Martin "Youth" Glover
What term refers to the study of fermentation?
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