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Quiz Number #413

Round 1 

1. Spelling – occurrence
An incident or event.

2. What animal can be be Siberian, Sumatran Bengal or Indochinese (among others)?

3. Daniel Craig first played James Bond in Casino Royale and finally in No Time to Die. Name the other Bond films he has starred in.
Quantum of Solace & Skyfall

4. In imperial measurement, how many pounds are in a stone?

5. In the last 25 years, which 2 British athletes have won gold in the Mens 100m at the Olmpics?
Allan Wells & Linford Christie

6. How many baby teeth do most children have?

7. Which one of these whiskeys is Irish. Jim Beam. Jameson. 100 Pipers.
Jameson Irish Whiskey

8. What is made of melted down rupees and is the oldest of several trophies awarded under the umbrella of the Six Nations Championship?
Calcutta Cup

9. If a sign in Spain reads Cerrado, what might it mean? Departures | Closed < | Parking | Harbour

10. What G is a thinner version of porridge?

Round 2 


1. In which decade did Michael Jackson release an album called Bad?
1980’s (1987)

2. Clip- Brian Cox

3. Céline Dion & Peabo Bryson had a top 10 hit in 1992 with the title song to which Disney film?
Beauty and the Beast

4. Cynthia Powell was the first wife of which pop star?
John Lennon

5. Who played the 1971 film role of Willy Wonka?
Gene Wilder 


1. What WS was renamed to King Power Stadium in 2011?
Walkers Stadium

2. Which ST compiles an anual list of the 1,000 wealthiest people resident in the UK ranked by net wealth?
Sunday Times

3. Which RH is a prefix of members of the Privy Council.
Right Honourable

4. H1N1 is also known as what SF?
Swine Flu

5. Lerwick  is the main town and port of which SI?
Shetland Islands 

Final Round 

1. At a children’s party, 10 kids had juice, 8 kids had cake, and 6 kids had juice and cake. 

How many kids were there at the party? 

Answer 12 kids were at the party. 

Number of kids who had juice only = 10 – 6 = 4 |Number of kids who had cake only = 8 – 6 = 2 |Total number of kids = 6 + 4 + 2 = 12

2 TF: Before their land was invaded, Eskimos homeland was called Eskamadia?

3. Mojang Studios produce which sandbox video game which is the best-selling video game of all time?

4. According to the characters in Christian religion, Conquest, war, famine and death are listed as the 4 what of what?
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

5. Which of these shapes has more sides? nonagon (9) dodecagon (12)

6. Which household appliance uses a magnetron?

7. International football. Scotland’s highest goal scorer is a record shared by which two players?
Kenny Dalglish and Denis Law

8. Which writer, born in Edinburgh famously wrote about the adventures of a Toad, a Rat & a Mole?
Kenneth Grahame 


Countdown – Older Move – Velodrome. Clue: The indoor one in Glasgow is named after Sir Chris Hoy. 

Tie Break: When Allan Wells won the Mens Olympic 100m final, what was his time? Seconds & milliseconds 2 decimal places. 

10.25 s