QUESTIONS

  1. In Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, whom did Alice join at a tea party along with the Mad Hatter?
  2. Which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world stood at the Olympus?
  3. The film Silkwood was based on a true case about nuclear industry safety hazards. Who played Karen Silkwood?
  4. Which is the largest joint in the body?
  5. According to the nursery rhyme, who is made from 'sugar and spice and all things nice'?
  6. The backbone is a flexible chain of how many bones?
  7. What is the fundamental oath usually associated with doctors?
  8. Which carnivorous animal lives wild in the Australian outback?
  9. Who was 'The Equalizer' in the popular television series?
  10. Into which ocean does the Zambezi river flow?
  11. Where would you normally find a gavel?
  12. Paul McCartney has always used his middle name, what is his first name?
  13. Who wrote The Unfinished Symphony?
  14. Which school did Princess Anne attend?
  15. The centaur is a mythological creature, part man and part what?
  16. What was Ringo Starr's original name?
  17. Who said, "If you can count your money, you're not a really rich man"?
  18. To which group of mammals do apes and monkeys belong?
  19. If you saw "AP" on a print, what exactly would it mean?
  20. They may be complex, vulgar or mixed. What are they?

 

ANSWERS

  1. The March Hare and the Doremouse
  2. Statue of Zeus
  3. Meryl Streep
  4. Knee Joint
  5. Little girls
  6. 26
  7. Hippocratic Oath
  8. Dingo
  9. Edward Woodward
  10. Indian Ocean
  11. An auction room
  12. James
  13. Schubert
  14. Benenden
  15. Horse
  16. Richard Starky
  17. Paul Getty
  18. Primates
  19. Artist's Proof
  20. Fractions