Quiz Number #082
True or false
Margaret Thatcher’s maiden name was Birtch.
The A in DNA stands for Acid.
Until a cucumber reaches 5″ in size, it is called a gherkin.
This is the correct spelling of Badminton.
In Madagascar, Caterpillars can grow up to 3 metres in length.
Which LP is the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury?
Which EW is the second-busiest railway station in Scotland?
Which FF is a brand of sweets originally developed to relieve colds?
Which MO is a household appliance driven by a Magnetron?
Which Household Appliance Is Driven By A Magnetron
Which RS was a rock band fronted by Mick Jagger?
On the Waterfront
Mr. Popper’s Penguins
Kenny Dalglish shares the record as Scotland’s highest goal scorer along with which player?
For which international side did Ian Rush play?
What nationality is Gabriel Batistuta?
Dead or alive – Bobby Charlton.
Who was the first player in Ireland to reach 50 international goals?
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
St Andrews Day is celebrated in which month?
Which is the largest selling brand of cigarette in the world?
Benson & Hedges
In Morse code what letter is represented by three dashes?
What is the name of the clown in the Simpsons?
What is the last event in the Decathlon?
Which of these areas is furthest north?
What is down at the bottom of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile?
Holyrood Abbey <
What name is given to the liquid part of the blood?
In imperial measurement, how many pounds are in a stone?
Which of these American presidents was assassinated in the theatre?
Abraham Lincoln <
Dwight D. Eisenhower
What is the name of a word that reads the same backwards as forwards?
Who wrote The Wind in the Willows?
Kenneth Grahame <
If a sign in Spain reads Cerrado, what might it mean?
Avianca is the national airline of which country?
Which is by far the most visited art museum in the world?
Musée du Louvre <