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Who is the CEO of search company Google?1.
2. Who is Miss USA 2010?
3. Which country won the Thomas Cup title for Badminton in 2010?
4. Who was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Services?
5. Who was the first woman Governor of India?
6. Which two countries have signed the Nuclear Swap deal with Iran?
7. Who won the Madrid Masters men's tournament in 2010?
8. Who is CEO of Yahoo?
9. Who is the first man to climb Mount Everest without oxygen?
10. How many words can you make from a five letter word by shuffling the places of each alphabet?
11. Speed of computer mouse is measured in which unit?
12. Who topped Forbes list of 'Billionaire Universities' in 2010?
13. Barack Obama's birthday is on which date?
14. Which bird is the international symbol of happiness?
15. What is the pirate's flag with the skull and cross-bones called?
16. What is the common name for ascorbic acid?
17. Which useful household item is made from naphthalene?
18. Formerly the "British protectorate of Bechuanaland", which republic adopted its new name after becoming independent within the Commonwealth on the 30th September 1966?
19. Which European country has the most lakes? (Russia excluded)
20. Based on the total amount of tourists, what were the five most visited countries in the world in 2009? One point for each correct answer.
21. Before the break-up of the former Soviet Union only two countries bordered the Caspian Sea. Now there are five. Can you name them? One point for each correct answer.
22. The Komodo National Park is famous for its Komodo Dragons. In which country is this park found?
23. In which city is each of the following landmarks found? One point for each correct answer:
a. Doge's Palace,
b. Sugarloaf Mountain,
c. Taj Mahal,
d. Atomium,
e. Hagia Sophia,
f. St. Basil's Cathedral,
g. Alhambra

24. With the exception of a small incomplete section known as the Darien Gap, which road that extends more than 15,000 miles is the longest in the world? (According to Guinness)
25. Rapa Nui is the native word for which 'holiday' island?
26. Which country with a land mass of 9.6 million square kilometres has just one time zone?
27. Name the three seas that surround North and South Korea. One point for each correct answer.
28. In which countries would you find the following cities?
a. Cayenne
b. Tabasco
c. Whiskeytown
d. Gin Gin
29. Opened on the 27th of April 1828 and still open today, in which city was the world's first scientific zoo located?
30. What was the name of the boy in 'About a boy' who accidently kills a duck with a loaf of his mothers homemade bread?
31. What do the following places ALL have in common:
32. The former countries of Northern & Southern Rhodesia, the Philippines, El Salvador, Mauritius, Ormskirk in the UK and Cochrane in Chile?
33. Since 1572, which countries flag is the oldest tricolour flag in the world?
34. Which popular quid pro quo economic expression today once meant smuggling?
35. Which fictional character(s) lives at each of the following addresses?
a. Cemetary Ridge
b. Danemead, High Street, St. Mary Mead
c. 124 Conch Street
d. 4 Privet Drive
e. Apt. 56b, Whitehaven Mansions, Sandhurst Sq., London.
f. 633 Stagtrail Rd. N. Caldwell
g. 32 Windsor Gardens, London
36. What is the name of the forboding island in King Kong?
37. "Samhain", literally means "end of summer" and is a Gaelic language word. What is it's direct English equivalent?
38. Matilda of Flanders was the wife of which King of England, bearing him a grand total of eleven children, including two kings?
39. What was the name of the beguiling gypsy dancer in The Hunchback of Notre Dame?
40. A green gelatinous substance known as calipee is used to make which favorite amongst gastronomes?
41. Franz von Werra was apparently the only German to do what?
42. Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon orbit which large object?
43. The first book featuring English author A. A. Milne's fictional bear Winnie-the-Pooh was first published in which year?
a: 1906
b: 1916
c: 1926
d: 1936
44. Sticking with the theme of Winnie-the-Pooh, what was the name of author A. A. Milne's son (Full name please)?
45. Who sang the following dance songs?
a. The Safety Dance
b. I can't dance
c. I don't wanna dance
d. Dancing with myself
e. You should be dancing
f. Rhythm is a dancer
g. Cosmic Dancer
46. The Scoville scale, which is quoted as a number from 0 to 16,000,000 SHU, is a mesurement of what?
47. Which worry prone film character is fluent in more than 6,000,000 forms of communication?
48. Once upon a time in America (circa 1900), which extremely expensive edible product, known then as 'Albany beef', was sold for a penny a pound and was often used in saloons like salty beer nuts today ?
49. Nicknamed 'Connie', what was the most popular commercial airliner in the 1950s?
50. The Dickin Medal, bearing the words 'We also serve' and 'For Gallantry', is awarded to which members of the armed forces in the UK?
51. Which part of India was occupied by the Japanese in WW II?
52. Which country sent its navy around the world to fight the Japanese in 1904?
53. The 'Tonton Macoute' were the dreaded paramilitary police in which country?
54. Between the years 1992 and 2010, in which country were most journalists killed?
55. The majority of immigrants to the USA between 1820 and 1900 came from which two countries?
56. Which maritime explorer gave the Pacific ocean its name?
57. Which two British aviators were the first to be able to say 'yesterday I was in the Americas, today I'm in Europe'?
58. 10. Which country's flag, the oldest existing flag in the world, apparently fell out of the heavens during a battle on 15th June, 1219?
59. Which three letters replaced CQD?
a. SOS,
b. KGB,
c. TNT,
d. FYI
60. Majestic tea clippers brought tea 'all the way from China'. The first to arrive at the London docks commanded the best prices. One such race in 1866 between clippers with memorable names like Taeping, Ariel, Fiery Cross, Thermopylae, Sir Lancelot and Cutty Sark attracted considerable public attention. All these ships left Foochow at the end of May for the 16,000 mile journey to London. The Taeping was the first to arrive. How many days did it take ?
a. 39 days,
b. 99 days,
c. 199 days,
d. 299 days
61. What name was given to the first body of fleet footed professional constables formed in England in the 1750's?
62. Which controversial islands are, depending on the tongue in which they are spoken, named after adventurous French sailors from St. Malo?
63. What is the longest month of the year in most areas of North America and Europe?
64. For each of the following real names, give their stage name:
65. a: Kathryn Elizabeth Hudson (singer)
66. b: Richard Wayne Penniman (singer, songwriter, pianist, bandleader)
67. c: Declan Patrick MacManus (singer-songwriter)
68. d: Prince Rogers Nelson (singer-songwriter)
69. e: Francesco Paolo LoVecchio (singer, songwriter and actor)
70. f: Stanley Kirk Burrell (rapper, entertainer and dancer)
71. g: Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (singer-songwriter)
72. h: Maurice Joseph Micklewhite (actor)
73. i: Bernard Schwartz (actor)
74. j: Issur Danielovitch Demsky (stage and film actor)
75. k: Erik Weisz (magician, escapologist, stunt performer, actor and film producer)
76. l: William Claude Dukenfield (comedian, actor, juggler and writer)
77. Which country's flag, the oldest existing flag in the world, apparently fell out of the heavens during a battle on 15th June, 1219?
78. Which pine nut had a famous nose?
79. Which three letters replaced CQD?
SOS
KGB
TNT
FYI
80. What was Brett's last supper in the movie Pulp Fiction? (Food & beverage required)
81. What was the name given to the bungling inept policemen in the early films produced by Max Sennet?
82. What do Lady Greensleeves and Neil Young both have in common?
83. Sunday the tenth of October 2010 can be represented in numerical form 10.10.10, a nice binary-sounding number. What decimal number is represented by the binary number 101010?
84. The following words are from which 'train' songs?
85. Down around the corner half a mile from here
86. Get your bags together, go bring your good friends too
87. The next stop we make will be England
88. What is the North American Indian name for bigfoot?
89. Jeu de paume was a French precursor of which well known sport?
90. A Lennon and McCartney composition, not sung by the Beatles, was a number one hit in the USA in 1964. The title was "A world without love". Who sang it?
91. The river Danube originates in the Black Forest in Germany. Name nine other countries the Danube flows through. (Three points for all nine)
92. Thai, Japanese Kick, Burmese, American Kick, Indian and French are all examples of what?
93. Majestic tea clippers brought tea 'all the way from China'. The first to arrive at the London docks commanded the best prices. One such race in 1866 between clippers with memorable names like Taeping, Ariel, Fiery Cross, Thermopylae, Sir Lancelot and Cutty Sark attracted considerable public attention. All these ships left Foochow at the end of May for the 16,000 mile journey to London. The Taeping was the first to arrive. How many days did it take ?
39 days
99 days
199 days
299 days
94. In which 'vintage' songs would you find the following words?
95. She never drinks the water and makes you order French Champagne
96. Moet and Chandon in her pretty cabinet
97. Woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand, Whose wine, what wine, where the hell did I dine
98. I sat on a rug, biding my time, drinking her wine Pink Champaigne on ice Who was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu better known as?
99. What name was given to the first body of fleet footed professional constables formed in England in the 1750's?
100. According to UNICEF, which African country has the most land mines in the world?
Angola
Egypt
Chad
Somalia
101. The Althing, the world's oldest surviving parliament, is found in which country?
102. The Danube river runs through which four European capitals?
103. Plus or minus 1, how many time zones are there in China?
104. What is the largest lake in the world with an animal in its name?
105. What name has been given to the so called road that once connected ancient China and Rome?
106. Which tiny island country did Columbus discover on a Sunday?
107. According to the UN, what will be the six most populated countries in the world in the year 2050? One point for each correct answer.
108. The name of which river or band translated means 'hated'?
109. The UN has a list of countries with the most land mines. Which European country is in the top ten?
110. There are 20 regions in Italy. Which region is the 'toe' of Italy?
111. 'Up the river' is an American expression for going to prison. Which prison on the Hudson river gave rise to this expression?
112. What are the five republics of the former Soviet Union that end with 'stan'? One point for each correct answer.
113. What is the largest city in the US named after a British PM?
114. With 4,400 km, what is the longest river in the world beginning with the letter 'L'?
115. Based on the total number of passengers per year, the two busiest metro (subway) systems in the world are in which cities? One point for each correct answer
116. Which popular dried fruit is named after a port city in Greece?
117. What is Stalingrad called today?
118. What are the five boroughs in New York City? One point for each correct answer.
119. In which US state did the Battle of Little Big Horn take place?
120. The ghost town Pripyat is found in which country?
121. In which five cities are the busiest airports in Europe located? (based on the total number of passengers each year) One point for each correct answer.
122. The Potala palace was once the chief residence of which 'Ocean Teacher'?
123. Name the six European Union countries that have the most borders with other countries. One point for each correct answer.
124. Name the two countries in the world beginning with the letter 'S' that have a sword or a saber on the national flag. One point for each correct answer.
125. What was banned in 393 A.D. as it was considered an unholy ritual by the Romans?
126. The musical instrument ‘veena’ is made from the wood of which
127. The movie Jurassic Park was based on a novel of the same name. Can you name the author?
128. Which famous personality assassinated on 31st October 1984 by Satwant Singh and Beant Singh?
129. Who owns the newspaper Saakshi and used it to campaign in the media?
130. The filament of a common light bulb is generally made from which material?
131. Who was the last Tsar (king) of Russia who along with his entire family was murdered in the Russian revolution in 1917?
132. Who in Indian sports is known as the Flying Sikh
133. In internet terminology we often come across the term URL. What does URL stand for?
134. In world of children literature, who is the famous sister of Anastasia and Drizella?
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1. The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was
2. The longest river in the world is the
3. The longest highway in the world is the
4. The longest highway in the world has a length of
5. The highest mountain in the world is the
6. The country that accounts for nearly one third of the total teak production of the world is
7. The biggest desert in the world is the
8. The largest coffee growing country in the world is
9. The country also known as "country of copper" is
10. The name given to the border which separates Pakistan and Afghanistan is
11. The river Volga flows out into the
12. The coldest place on the earth is
13. The country which ranks second in terms of land area is
14. The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is
15. The river Jordan flows out into the
16. The biggest delta in the world is the
17. The capital city that stands on the river Danube is
18. The Japanese call their country as
19. The length of the English channel is
20. The world's oldest known city is
21. The city which is also known as the City of Canals is
22. The biggest island of the world is
23. The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is
24. The country which is the largest producer of manganese in the world is
25. The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is
26. The country which is the largest producer of tin in the world is
27. The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the
28. The city which was once called the `Forbidden City' was
29. The country called the Land of Rising Sun is
30. Mount Everest was named after
31. The volcano Vesuvius is located in
32. The country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is
33. The length of the Suez Canal is
34. The lowest point on earth is
35. The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of
36. The largest ocean of the world is the
37. The largest bell in the world is the
38. The biggest stadium in the world is the
39. The world's largest diamond producing country is
40. Australia was discovered by
41. The first Governor General of Pakistan is
42. Dublin is situated at the mouth of river
43. The earlier name of New York city was
44. The Eiffel tower was built by
45. The Red Cross was founded by
46. The country which has highest population density is
47. The national flower of Britain is
48. Niagara Falls was discovered by
49. The national flower of Italy is
50. The national flower of China is
51. The permanent secretariat of the SAARC is located at
52. The gateway to the Gulf of Iran is of Hormuz
53. The first Industrial Revolution took place in
54. World Environment Day is observed on5th June
55. The first Republican President of America was
56. The country famous for Samba dance is
57. The name of Alexander's horse was
58. Singapore was founded by
59. The famous British one-eyed Admiral was
60. The earlier name of Sri Lanka was
61. The UNO was formed in the year1945
62. UNO stands for
63. The independence day of South Korea is celebrated on
64. 'Last Judgement' was the first painting of an Italian painter named
65. Paradise Regained was written by
66. The first President of Egypt was
67. The first man to reach North Pole was
68. The most famous painting of Pablo Picasso was
69. The primary producer of newsprint in the world is
70. The first explorer to reach the South Pole was
71. The person who is called the father of modern Italy is
72. World literacy day is celebrated on8th September
73. The founder of modern Germany is
74. The country known as the land of the midnight sun is
75. The place known as the Roof of the world is
76. The founder of the Chinese Republic was
77. The first Pakistani to receive the Nobel Prize was
78. The first woman Prime Minister of Britain was
79. The first Secretary General of the UNO was
80. The sculptor of the statue of Liberty was
81. The port of Baku is situated in
82. John F Kennedy was assassinated by
83. The largest river in France is
84. The Queen of England who married her brother-in-law was
85. The first black person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize wasRalph Johnson Bunche
86. The first British University to admit women for degree courses was
87. The principal export of Jamaica is
88. New York is popularly known as the city of
89. Madagascar is popularly known as the Island of
90. The country known as the Land of White Elephant is
91. The country known as the Land of Morning Calm is
92. The country known as the Land of Thunderbolts is
93. The highest waterfalls in the world is the
94. The largest library in the world is the
95. The author of Harry Potter Books is
96. Nickname of New York city is
97. What do you call a group of sheep?
98. In which sport do players take long and short corners?
99. Who was the youngest President of the USA?
100. How many legs do butterflies have?
101. Who invented the Nintendo Wii?
102. What year does the Nintendo Wii come out?
103. Who invented the Light Bulb?
104. Who invented the washing machine?
105. Who invented the first electric washing machine?
106. Who invented the safety pin?
107. Who invented the Vacuum Cleaner?
108. Who won the Football World Cup in 2006?
109. Which country hosted the Football World Cup in 2006?
110. Who won Men's Singles title in French Open 2010?
111. Who won Women's Singles title in French Open 2010?
112. Who won Men's Doubles title in French Open 2010?
113. Who won Women's Doubles title in French Open 2010?
114. What is the longest word in English in which each letter is used at least two times?
115. What is the most popular breed of dog?
116. Who is the CEO of search company Google?
117. Who is Miss USA 2010?
118. Which country won the Thomas Cup title for Badminton in 2010?
119. Who was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Services?
120. Who was the first woman Governor of India?
121. Which two countries have signed the Nuclear Swap deal with Iran?
122. Who won the Madrid Masters men's tournament in 2010?
123. Who is CEO of Yahoo?
124. Who is the first man to climb Mount Everest without oxygen?
125. How many words can you make from a five letter word by shuffling the places of each alphabet?
126. Speed of computer mouse is measured in which unit?
127. Who topped Forbes list of 'Billionaire Universities' in 2010?
128. Barack Obama's birthday is on which date?
129. Which bird is the international symbol of happiness?
130. What is the pirate's flag with the skull and cross-bones called?
131. What is the common name for ascorbic acid?
132. Which useful household item is made from naphthalene?

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1. In the U.S.A. , what is celebrated on February 2nd and is also a film?
2. In what profession would you use the acronym "SOCO"?
3. What is the official national anthem of the USA.?
4. The blue cornflower is the French equivalent to what in England?
5. Which weather phenomenon translates from the Spanish for 'little boy'. (EL NINO)
Ambassador to the Court of Saint James is the official title for Ambassadors of which country?
6. Which castle is on the island of Anglesey?
7. What is echolalia?
8. Which N. African seaport's name is Spanish for white house?
9. Which is the only vowel on a standard keyboard that is not on the top line of letters?
10. What's the worlds most popular Non Alcoholic Drink?
11. What letter is given to a car number plate when the age or identity of the vehicle is unknown or if it may have been built from parts?
12. In which street is the Bank of England?
13. Globe and Jerusalem are types of what?
14. In the drink, what are the components of a Screwdriver?
15. How many people take part in the dance of a quadrille?
16. In which city are the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund? Options
17. How many stars are on the European Union flag?
18. Rather than a hatter, what is the proper name for a maker of hats?
19. What license cost 37 pence when it was abolished in 1988?
20. In Scrabble how many letters have a value of 2?
21. Lending her name to a famous brand, who was the Greek Goddess of Victory?
22. What is the name of the poker hand containing three of a kind and a pair?
23. In slang, how much money is a monkey?
24. Loriners and farriers cater for what?
25. In the game of draughts, how many men does a player start with?
26. Which is the best selling car name of all time (The model has undergone seveal redesigns in is history)?
27. Which country in the world sends the most letters abroad?
28. What rank in the Royal Navy is the equivalent of the army's Field Marshall?
29. Which army is headed by General John Gowans?
30. Which French car design achieved fame in motoring circles for his 'double chevron' gear and logo?
31. Astrologically speaking, two of the fire signs are LEO and ARIES. Which is the third?
32. Who is the longest serving member of the Privy Council?
33. Which number president of the USA is George W Bush?
34. On which day of the year does All Souls Day fall?
35. What was Fanny Craddocks real first name?
36. What are the caves at Lascaux famous for?
37. On what day of creation did God make the sun, the moon and the stars?
38. What is the collective name for the 9 handmaidens of Odin?
39. What is another name for a ships load mark?
40. What is the meaning of the word Hypocaust?
41. Who is said to rule in a Plutocracy?
42. Illustrated on its logo, the product Marmite is named after a French word meaning what?
43. What did Dr John S. Pemberton concoct in his backyard in 1886?
44. Who was the youngest president of the USA?
45. Who made the first telephone call to the moon?
46. Which people made Saddleworth Moor famous?
47. Where are the Scottish Crown jewels held?
48. Who, according to a diary entry, said on March 17 1912 "I am just going outside and may be some time"?
49. Donald F. Duncan introduced in 1929 a toy based on a weapon used by 16th-century Filipino hunters. What is it called?
50. Who designed the dome of St. Peter's, Rome?
51. In what year was Mahatma Gandhi assassinated?
52. Who famously said: "I counted them all out and I counted them all back again"?
53. Who was king of England at the time of the War of Independence?
54. Lexington & Concord were names pertaining to the first battle in which conflict?
55. Which British King married Mary of Teck?
56. The Battle of Edgehill was the first battle in which conflict?
57. In what year was the "Gunfight at the OK Corral"?
58. What was Commonwealth day called before 1958?
59. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius destroyed the city of Pompeii and which other city?
60. At the outbreak of World War I, who was the British Prime Minister?
61. In which year did Hitler become chancellor of Germany?
62. Which daughter of Zeus was the cause of the Trojan War?
63. In which year was Nato formed?
64. What great struture designed by Joseph Paxton was built in 1851?
65. What, in population terms, is the largest Spanish speaking country in the world?
66. In which country would you find both the rivers Oder and Vistula, which flow into the Baltic Sea?
67. What is the capital of Iran?
68. Lusitania was the Roman name for which EU country?
69. What are the two crown dependencies of the British Isles?
70. In which country is Timbuktu? Options: Peru, Tunisia, or Mali?
71. If your geographical position was 0° latitude, 0° longitude, where in the world would you be? Options: Greenwich, Ghana, The Atlantic Ocean
72. What name is given to the notorious tidal current in the Lofoten islands off northern Norway?
73. In which two countries is the third-highest mountain in the world?
74. The Vinson Massif is the highest mountain of which continent?
75. What South American country is named after an Italian City ?
76. Paraguay has borders with Argentina, Brazil and which other country?
77. Guyana has borders with Brazil, Surinam and which other country?
78. Rabat is the capital of which Kingdon?
79. What word meaning a low pressure belt of surface winds at the equator, can mean a bout of emotional depression?
80. With which sport would you most associate the commentator Ted Lowe?
81. In which year was the first online casino games software developed by Microgaming?
82. The 'Green Jacket' is presented to the winner of which sporting event?
83. From what bridge does the Oxford/Cambridge boat race start?
84. In which Olympics did Steve Redgrave win his first Olympic gold medal?
85. In what sport do players take long and short corners?
86. By what name is Edson Arantes do Nascimento better known?
87. For half a mark each, give the nationality and the team (2003) of Fernando Alonso, the youngest-ever grand prix winner?
88. What is the 'perfect score' in a game of Ten Pin Bowling?
89. hich current premier league football team had an obsolete nickname of the Glaziers?
90. What is the name of the new Leicester Football club stadium?
91. What is the highest-achieveable break in snooker?
92. In which organ of the body is insulin produced?
93. What is the speed of sound at sea level called?
94. What is aquaculture the scientific name for?
95. What is the boiling point of water in Farenheight?
96. What on an animal is a Scut?
97. What are the young of eels called?
98. What in medicine is Pathology?
99. What type of animal is a corvid?
100. How many Noble gases are there?
101. What is the largest type of shark?
102. Which disease is characterised by spasmodic contraction of muscles is also called Lockjaw?
103. How many bits are there in a byte?
104. The sternum is the medical name for what?
105. In which organ of the body is the pineal gland?
106. What type of clock was first introduced by the US National Bureau of Standards in 1949?
107. Which organ is inflamed when one is suffering from Nephritis?
108. From the hue of which tree do the Blue Mountains in Australia receive their name?
109. What is the better-known Australian relative of the cassowary?
110. What type of creature is a Basilisk?
111. What is the more common name for the Fireweed?
112. What is the common name for the Araucaria tree?
113. What is Hypermetropia?
114. What is the S.I. Unit of Force?
115. W is the symbol for which chemical element?
116. Which planet has an orbital period of 687 days?
117. What is the more common term used to denote a temperature of nought degrees Kelvin?
118. Who was the first pilot to exceed the speed of sound?
119. Who wrote "A Short History of Nearly Everything" and "Notes from a Small Island"?
120. According to Beatrix Potter, what type of animal was Mr Jeremy Fisher ?
121. What is thanatology the scientific study of?
122. What English military term translates as "little war" in Spanish?
123. According to the rhyme, what is/has Thursday's child ?
124. What was the name of William Wordsworth's Cottage in Grasmere?
125. In which H G Wells novel was humanity split into two groups whereby the Eloi live above ground, and the Morlocks below?
126. What is the official language of Brazil?
127. Greenmantle, dating from 1916, was the sequel to which other novel published in 1915?
128. In Bram Stoker's Dracula, Where did Dracula come ashore in England?
129. Of what was the Vulgate a version?
130. Who wrote the novel "Ben Hur"?
131. Who wrote "Finnegan's Wake"?
132. In which publication would you find the columns Streets of Shame and Rotten Boroughs?
133. In literature, between people of which particular profession do ECLOGUES take place?
134. How many syllables make up a Haiku?
135. World record speed attained in a helicopter?
136. In which year was the Children in Need charity founded?
137. How much did it cost to run the BBC website 2002?
138. In which year was dynamite invented?
139. The royal mint is recognised as the oldest established business in the UK - what year?
140. How many nuclear reactors are there in the UK?
141. In which year was Sir Cristopher Wren born?
142. In post World War II general elections, in which year did the Conservative Party achieve its highest ever number of votes?
143. Following above question, how many votes?
144. In which year was Richard the Lionheart born?
145. How long did "Release Me" by Engelbert Humperdink stay in the UK charts?
146. What percentage of the worlds population is contained in the united states?
147. In which year was Desert Island Discs first broadcast?
148. In what year was 3rd Class rail travel abolished in the UK ?
149. What is Largest cities on the planet and its population?
150. What is the Largest countries in the world by area?
151. What is the Largest cities in the USA?
152. What is the Longest Rivers?
153. Based upon official person Capacity, name the 10 English football clubs with the largest football grounds?
154. Name the 10 Female Singers with the most top 10 hits in the UK (including duets, 2001)?
155. Name the 10 Football League Teams (Divisions 1-3) that achieved promotion at the end of the 2002-2003 season?
156. Excluding domesticated cattle and horses, the name the 10 heaviest terrestrial mammals. Exclude duplication in cases of close kin?
157. Name the last 10 poets Lauriate, ie those since 1813?
158. What is the Highest Mountain in Asia?
159. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in Africa?
160. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in Antarctica?
161. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in Australia?
162. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in All Europe?
163. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in W. Europe?
164. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in Oceania?
165. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in North America?
166. What is the Highest Highest Mountain in South America?


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* مشعوذ تونسي يعالج المصابين بالعجز باغتصاب زوجاتهم أمامهم
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قديم 06-09-2011, 09:28 AM
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ولدنا العزيز / جاكس

عد إلينا فنحن في انتظارك ونعطيك الأمان من الآن فلا تخف عزيزي

ولك مني كل ورود الدنيا


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قديم 06-09-2011, 12:20 PM
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ول ول يا جاكس كل هذه اسئله
وهل في اعتقادك في حد راح يشوف الكم الهائل من الاسئله وراح يكمل يقرائها؟
انا عن نفسي لما شفت العدد عرفت اني راسب
ولا شو رايك
تقبل تحياتي واحلى ورده فل


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قديم 06-09-2011, 12:22 PM
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انجليزي ده يامرسي؟


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قديم 06-09-2011, 12:40 PM
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تعطيني كام وأجيبك عليها كلها ؟ ؟

ولا أقلك،،،
أنا أعطيك، بس إعفيني من إجابتها.
ههههههههه

شطار إيييييه يابابا ؟ ! !
هذه الأسئلة لو وجهتها لطارحها، لما قدر يجيب عن ربعها.
إنها كلعبة نرد الطاولة، خسر بها مخترعها.
هههههههههههه

أهلا بعودتك يا جاكس العزيز .
بس قللي،،، كنت فين ؟؟؟ وأتعهدلك بأني لن اقول لأحد
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Non-smoking English

نو سموك انقلش


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و عن الاجابة للسؤالين 9 + 12 من القسم الاول فالاجابة هي : العبد لله بس للامانة عند التسلق حملت معي شوية اكسجين و سم الفار و اما رقم 12 فكانت القمة لي لمدة 9 اشهر و 29 يوم في 2010 و كانت اللقب حينها البليونير الصغير
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قديم 04-30-2014, 12:56 PM
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إليكم الإجابات لأسهل هذه القوائم، واتمنى أن تكون صحيحة مئة بالمئة...
ولكم مني باقات من الزنبق...

The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was.1
تاج الدين أحمد - 1925-1972


2. The longest river in the world is the
نهر النيل

3. The longest highway in the world is the
الطريق السريع الاسترالي رقم 1 - طوله يفوق 14500 كلم

4. The longest highway in the world has a length of
انظر الاجابة السابقة

5. The highest mountain in the world is the
جبل ايفريست

6. The country that accounts for nearly one third of the total teak production of the world is
الدولة التي تنتج ثلث انتاج العالم من خشب التيك هي ماينمار

7. The biggest desert in the world is the
الصحراء الكبرى

8. The largest coffee growing country in the world is
البرازيل

9. The country also known as "country of copper" is
زامبيا

10. The name given to the border which separates Pakistan and Afghanistan is
خط دوراند

11. The river Volga flows out into the
بحر قزوين

12. The coldest place on the earth is
فيركويانسك في سبيريا

13. The country which ranks second in terms of land area is
طبعا كندا

14. The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is
صقلية

15. The river Jordan flows out into the
البحر الميت

16. The biggest delta in the world is the
ستدربان او دلتا البنغال


17. The capital city that stands on the river Danube is
بلغراد

18. The Japanese call their country as
نيبون

19. The length of the English channel is
564كلم

20. The world's oldest known city is
دمشق

21. The city which is also known as the City of Canals is
البندقية أو فينسيا في ايطاليا

22. The biggest island of the world is
غرينلاند

23. The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is
طبعا ديترويت في امريكا

24. The country which is the largest producer of manganese in the world is
امريكا

25. The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is
المطاط طبعا ماليزيا

26. The country which is the largest producer of tin in the world is
القصدير ماليزيا ايضا

27. The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the
المسيسيبي

28. The city which was once called the `Forbidden City' was
بكين - والشاطر يذكر لنا السبب

29. The country called the Land of Rising Sun is
بلاد الشمس المشرقة طبعا هي اليابان

30. Mount Everest was named after
السير جورج ايفيرست

31. The volcano Vesuvius is located in
ايطاليا

32. The country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is
طبعا كوبا والسبب معروف

33. The length of the Suez Canal is
طول قناة السويس 162.5كلم

34. The lowest point on earth is
طبعا شواطئ البحر الميت

35. The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of
نيبال

36. The largest ocean of the world is the
المحيط الباسفيكي طبعا

37. The largest bell in the world is the
يسمى تسار كولكول في الكرملين بموسكو

38. The biggest stadium in the world is the
استاد استراهوف في براغ

39. The world's largest diamond producing country is
جنوب افريقيا

40. Australia was discovered by
طبعا الرحالة جيمس كوك - الله يرحمه

41. The first Governor General of Pakistan is
يقال ان اسمه محمد علي جناح الله يرحمه كان رجل طيب

42. Dublin is situated at the mouth of river
نهر ليفي

43. The earlier name of New York city was
كان اسمها امستردام الجديدة

44. The Eiffel tower was built by
اليكساندر ايفيل

45. The Red Cross was founded by
جين هنري دورانت

46. The country which has highest population density is
موناكو - الله يكفينا شر النيك

47. The national flower of Britain is
الوردة

48. Niagara Falls was discovered by
لويس هينيبين

49. The national flower of Italy is
الزنبق - ما اروعه - ولك مني زنبقة

50. The national flower of China is
النرجس - ولك مني نرجسة ايضا

51. The permanent secretariat of the SAARC is located at
كاتماندو

52. The gateway to the Gulf of Iran is of Hormuz
مضيق هرمز

53. The first Industrial Revolution took place in
انجلترا طبعا - وهل يخفى القمر

54. World Environment Day is observed on5th June
يحتفل به في الخامس من يونيو - وان شاء الله ما حد حوش

55. The first Republican President of America was
عمنا ابراهام لنكولن - طيب الله ثراه وأدخله الجنة

56. The country famous for Samba dance is
البرازيل - رقصة تلوي المؤخرات، والمؤخرات الجميلة تشتهر بها حسان البرازيل وهي ظاهرة (مؤخراتية) تحتاج لدراسة من علماء الأجناس


57. The name of Alexander's horse was
بيوسيفالوس

58. Singapore was founded by
السير توماس ستانفورد رافليز

59. The famous British one-eyed Admiral was
نيلسون وكان يشتهر بأنه أعور

60. The earlier name of Sri Lanka was
سيلون

61. The UNO was formed in the year1945
1945 تاريخ منظمة الأمم المتحدة

62. UNO stands for
منظمة الأمم المتحدة

63. The independence day of South Korea is celebrated on
يحتفل به في 15 اغسطس

64. 'Last Judgement' was the first painting of an Italian painter named
طبعا النحات العظيم مايكل انجلو
الصورة الاولى هي لوحة الحساب الاخير






65. Paradise Regained was written by
جون ميلتون

66. The first President of Egypt was
الرئيس محمد نجيب - الله يرحمه

67. The first man to reach North Pole was
رير بيري

68. The most famous painting of Pablo Picasso was
جيرميكا

69. The primary producer of newsprint in the world is
كندا

70. The first explorer to reach the South Pole was
الكابتن رونالد اموندسون

71. The person who is called the father of modern Italy is
جاريبالدي

72. World literacy day is celebrated on8th September
الثامن من سبتمبر

73. The founder of modern Germany is
بسمارك بطعا

74. The country known as the land of the midnight sun is
النرويج

75. The place known as the Roof of the world is
التيبت

76. The founder of the Chinese Republic was
سان يات سين

77. The first Pakistani to receive the Nobel Prize was
عبد السلام

78. The first woman Prime Minister of Britain was
المرأة الحديدية مارغريت تاتشر

79. The first Secretary General of the UNO was
تيرجيف لاي

80. The sculptor of the statue of Liberty was
فردريك بارثولدي

81. The port of Baku is situated in
ازربيجان

82. John F Kennedy was assassinated by
قتله لي هاري اوسولد - الله يلعنه

83. The largest river in France is
اللور

84. The Queen of England who married her brother-in-law was
كاثرين - زنا محارم

85. The first black person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize wasRalph Johnson Bunche
رالف جونسون بنشي

86. The first British University to admit women for degree courses was
جامعة لندن

87. The principal export of Jamaica is
السكر

88. New York is popularly known as the city of
ناطحات السحاب

89. Madagascar is popularly known as the Island of
القرنفل

90. The country known as the Land of White Elephant is
تايلاند

91. The country known as the Land of Morning Calm is
كوريا - ارض هدوء الصباح

92. The country known as the Land of Thunderbolts is
بوتان - ارض الصواعق

93. The highest waterfalls in the world is the
سالتو انجيل فالس، فينزويلا

94. The largest library in the world is the
مكتبة الكونجرس، واشنطن، امريكا

95. The author of Harry Potter Books is
جي كي رولينغ

96. Nickname of New York city is
منها المدينة التي لا تنام، التفاحة الكبيرة، عاصمة العالم المالية

97. What do you call a group of sheep?
قطيع

98. In which sport do players take long and short corners?
الهوكي

99. Who was the youngest President of the USA?
ثيودور روزفلت، 42 سنة و 322 يوم

100. How many legs do butterflies have?
6 ارجل

101. Who invented the Nintendo Wii?
نينتندو

102. What year does the Nintendo Wii come out?
2006

103. Who invented the Light Bulb?
اديسون

104. Who invented the washing machine?
جيمس كينغ

105. Who invented the first electric washing machine?
الفا فيشر

106. Who invented the safety pin?
والتر هنت

107. Who invented the Vacuum Cleaner?
هوبيرت سيسيل بووث

108. Who won the Football World Cup in 2006?
ايطاليا

109. Which country hosted the Football World Cup in 2006?
ألمانيا

110. Who won Men's Singles title in French Open 2010?
رافييل نادال

111. Who won Women's Singles title in French Open 2010?
فرانشيسكا شيفون

112. Who won Men's Doubles title in French Open 2010?
دانيال نيستور ونيناد زيمونشيك

113. Who won Women's Doubles title in French Open 2010?
الاختان وليامز

114. What is the longest word in English in which each letter is used at least two times?
الكلمة هي غير مزدهر unprosperousness

115. What is the most popular breed of dog?
هو Labrador Retriever

116. Who is the CEO of search company Google?
شارديل رشيد

117. Who is Miss USA 2010?
ريما فقيه


118. Which country won the Thomas Cup title for Badminton in 2010?
الصين

119. Who was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Services?
ساتندنار طاغور

120. Who was the first woman Governor of India?
ساروجيني نايدو

121. Which two countries have signed the Nuclear Swap deal with Iran?
البرازيل وتركيا

122. Who won the Madrid Masters men's tournament in 2010?
رافييل نادال

123. Who is CEO of Yahoo?
ماريسا ان

124. Who is the first man to climb Mount Everest without oxygen?
الايطالي رينهولد ميسنر


125. How many words can you make from a five letter word by shuffling the places of each alphabet?
120

126. Speed of computer mouse is measured in which unit?
وحدة تسمى الميكي وهي 200 نقطة في البوصة

127. Who topped Forbes list of 'Billionaire Universities' in 2010?
هارفارد

128. Barack Obama's birthday is on which date?
4/8/1961

129. Which bird is the international symbol of happiness?
الطائر الازرق


130. What is the pirate's flag with the skull and cross-bones called?
جولي روجر

131. What is the common name for ascorbic acid?
حمض مكافحة داء الاسقربوط
anti-scurvy acid

132. Which useful household item is made from naphthalene?
النفتالين او كرات العث
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