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Another Alphabet of Answers

written by: Tomatoman
 
I thought it was time to return with another A - Z romp through some general knowledge questions. Who will be an A-grade student and who'll be relegated to the Z-list? Come give it a try!

Question 1:

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What chemical element is represented by the symbol Sb?
Americium
Antimony
Actinium
Aluminium


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Question 2:


Which 1968 film starred Jane Fonda as a scantily-clad sci-fi heroine?
Bambi Meets Godzilla
Bullitt
Barbarella
Bandolero!

Question 3:


What is the more common name for the "superfood" Vaccinium oxycoccos?
Cauliflower
Courgette
Cranberry
Cress

Question 4:


If "bactrian" equals two, what equals one?
Dynasty
Dromedary
Daschund
Diamond

Question 5:

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Which 3-sided blade is the heaviest of all modern sport fencing weapons?
Ecosse
Épée
Ensignor
Epcot


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Question 6:


In May 2008, this painter set a new world record for sale value of a painting by a living artist when "Benefits Supervisor Sleeping" was sold for $33.6 million. What is his/her name?
Lucian Freud
Simon Francis
Clinton Ford
Brian Froud

Question 7:


Which World War One battles were the first ever fought by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) as a joint force?
Ghent battles
Georgetown battles
Gallipoli battles
Galicia battles

Question 8:

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What is the name of the Japanese form of poetry which, when written out in English, is usualy 3 lines long?
Hiragana
Himeji
Haiku
Henderson


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Question 9:


What is the name of the anvil-shaped bone in the middle ear that along with the malleus and stapes allow us to hear?
Incus
Incense
Inca
Inuit

Question 10:


What is the name of the second most important vegetable fibre after cotton that is woven to make coarse cloth and sacks?
Juniper
Jet
Jade
Jute

Question 11:

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What is the highest mountain in Africa?
Mount Kinyeti
Mount Karisimbi
Mount Kenya
Mount Kilimanjaro


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Question 12:


Which 1994 film featured Jean Reno as a hitman who worked out of Little Italy in New York City and offered sanctuary to a young girl when her family was murdered by corrupt Drug Enforcement Agency agents?
Leo
Léolo
Léon
Lenny

Question 13:


What is the name for a vocal musical composition for between two and eight singers, written in the Renaissance and early Baroque eras and often performed without musical accompaniment?
Mambo
Magnificat
Mass
Madrigal

Question 14:


For which hobby would you need frames, hoops and canvas?
Needlepoint
Newsletter printing
Netball
Nudism

Question 15:


What O-word can be added to each of the following to make a new meaningful word:
Wit, Board, Field
Out
Oat
Old
Oaf

Question 16:


The fruit of this deciduous shrub or small tree is a berry 5 - 12 cm (2 – 4.7 inches) in diameter, with thick red skin and about 600 seeds.
Pawpaw
Pear
Pomegranate
Persimmon

Question 17:

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What is the term for five offspring?
Quindecaplets
Quadruplets
Quintuplets
Quattrodecaplets


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Question 18:


Which actress played the part of Teresa di Vicenzo in the James Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"?
Nadja Regin
Diana Rigg
Denise Richards
Tanya Roberts

Question 19:


What toxic chemical was released in the Tokyo subway by the Aum Shinrikyo sect in 1995?
Strychnine
Sarin
Sulphur trioxide
Sodium cyanide

Question 20:


Which character from J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers was also known as Fangorn and was the oldest of his kind?
Tom Bombadil
Théoden
Tobold "Old Toby" Hornblower
Treebeard

Question 21:


What commonplace object has parts called "stretcher", "runner" and "rib"?
Urn
Underlay
Umbrella
Underwear

Question 22:


Which country gained independence from the UK and France in 1980 and has a national anthem entitled "Yumi, Yumi, Yumi"?
Vietnam
Vanuatu
Virgin Islands
Venezuela

Question 23:


In this futuristic 2008 film the main character's love interest is named EVE.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Weird Science
Wall-E
Wargames
Westworld

Question 24:

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Which of these rocket planes did not have a pilot?
North American X-15
Bell X-1
X-23 PRIME
XF-91 Thunderceptor


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Question 25:

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Which herb, with the Latin name Achillea millefolium, has been used historically for its astringent effects, but nowadays is sold in purified form to treat colds and flues, and various illnesses of the circulatory, digestive, and urinary systems?
Yerba Buena
Yohimbe
Yomogi
Yarrow


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Question 26:


Which actor played the sinister Gabriel "Sylar" Gray in the TV series Heroes?
Zach Braff
Zachery Ty Bryan
Zachary Quinto
Zac Efron

 


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