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Quiz Number #488

Round 1 

irrefutable = impossible to deny

2. Which of these products can be produced anywhere in the world? (exempt (PDO) granted the status of a protected designation of origin) Cornish pasty | Cognac | Heineken Lager | Stilton cheese

3. Dame Mary Rosa Alleyne Hunnings has published more than 75 books. She is better known as what?
Mary Berry

4. In a car, which of these is an exhaust emission control device? Catalytic Converter < | Manometer | Distributor Cap | Camshaft
Catalytic Converter

5. “Me at the zoo” was the first video uploaded to YouTube, on April 23 of which decade? (additional notes: young lad called Karim made $36.6 million from this short video of saying “hi Im at the zoo).
00’s (2005)

6. Which one of these would not be included in a list of famous Norwegian people? Morten Harket | Edvard Munch | Keke Rosberg < | Ole Gunnar Solskjær?
Keke Rosberg

7. TV: Audio clip : “Hi I’m Troy McClure”…

8. Which metal is the best conductor of electricity? Tungsten | Silver < | Lead | Titanium

9. Which of these Harry Potter books was published first? Order of the Phoenix | Chamber of Secrets < | Deathly Hallows
Chamber of Secrets

10. Which capital city is the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world? (largest = highest population)
Mexico City


Round 2 


1. Which CB had a dog called Snoopy?
Charlie Brown

2. Which LC is a cheese with the original name “La vache qui rit”?
Laughing Cow

3. Which RG makes the Grand Theft Auto series?
Rockstar Games

4. Which CK in music is known as the “Queen of Funk”?
Chaka Khan

5. Big Ben is the nickname of the bell within which ET?
Elizabeth Tower


1. The world’s first automobile was invented by Henry Ford in 1878.

2. Scurvy is a disease caused by a serious vitamin A deficiency.

3. The Blue Whale is a carnivorous animal.

4. Out of all countries on the planet, Sweden has the most islands.

5. Avocados are fruit.

Final Round 

1. Who might use a practice called facadism? Milliners | Makeup Artist | Architect < | Witch Hunter

2. Who was the “leading lady” in the 1942 film Casablanca?
Ingrid Bergman

3. Kiribati is the only country in the world which is located in all 4 what?

4. Born in 1918, Robert Wadlow is famous why?
Tallest Man

5. Chuck Taylor All-Stars are produced by which  lifestyle brand that was aquired by Nike?

6. In Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Count  moves to England and plagues which seaside town?

7. In 2024, it will be the 3rd time that which city will have hosted the Summer Olympics?

8. Viva Forever! was a stage musical based on the songs of which group?
Spice Girls 


Letters: Good Thing
ANSWERS: Goodnight
Clue: A parting greeting before sleep.