||Which car manufacturer has the motto ‘The Power of Dreams’?
||What is the surname of the drummer in the rock band ZZ Top?
||In the game of golf, a Bo Derek is a score of what at any hole?
||Which three digits can be found in the bushes at the base of the Lincoln Memorial on a US $5 (Five dollar) bill?
||Which two words make up the shortest verse in the King James version of the Bible?
||‘Jesus wept’ -John 11:35
||In humans, a hemispherectomy is the removal of half of the what?
||In the film ‘Ben Hur’, what was the title character’s first name?
||What is the square root of one quarter?
||One half (0.5)
||In the nursery rhyme ‘The House That Jack Built’, what did the rat eat?
||Sabena Airlines was the national airline of which European country 1923 – 2001?
||Adelphogamy is a marriage in which brothers share what?
||Their wife or wives
||In Greek mythology, Tiresias disclosed the crimes of who?
||‘Soldier’s Disease’ was a term used after the American Civil War for the addiction to which type of drug?
||Opiate – Opium, Morphine and Laudanum were widely prescribed
||Which British-born explorer and journalist was born John Rowlands in January 1841?
||Henry Morton Stanley
||The United Nations University is based in which Asian city?
||How may squares on the board are not covered by pieces at the start of a game of draughts?
||On a clothes label, what does a square with a circle inside it indicate?
||Which music impresario’s theatre group became the owner of the London Palladium in 2000?
||Andrew Lloyd Webber – Really Useful Group
||What is the name of the iron hook which is attached to the pole used by fisherman to land a heavy fish?
||In the American Wild West, what was the name of the gang, members of which included Butch Cassidy and kid Curry?
||The Hole in the Wall Gang
||What is the name of the key which is used for tightening and loosening the neck around a drill bit?
||In World War ll, what type of planes were used by the Dambusters?
||Jalousie, Bay and Palladian are all types of what?
||Which US gangster had his occupation as ‘Used Furniture Dealer’ on his business cards?
||In defence, what does MIDAS stand for?
||MIssile Defence Alarm System
||In 1921, Agnes Macphail was the first woman in which country to be elected to the House of Commons?
||‘Hector the Cat’ is a fictional mascot created for teaching children what in Australia?
||Which US President had a pet Golden Retriever called Liberty?
||The first stock market in which city was established in 1792 with 24 stock brokers meeting at the Tontine Coffee House?
||How many eyelids do camels have on each eye?