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General Knowledge Quiz #63

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Last updated: March 13, 2019
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What stone provided the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs?
Rosetta Stone
Who directed "Pulp Fiction" and "Kill Bill"?
Quentin Tarantino
What British model from the 1960s was "stick thin"?
Twiggy
What country was Kylie Minogue born in?
Australia
What European city is the headquarters of Prada and Versace?
Milan
In Greek mythology, what river divides Earth from the underworld?
Styx
What is a jonquil?
a Type of Flower
What "worm", actually a fungal infection, do wrestlers often get?
Ringworm
What was Aesop known for writing?
Fables
What four letter word refers to a jail that is located aboard a ship?
Brig
What company owns the world's largest building by volume - an assembly plant in
Everett, Washington?
Boeing
In what language does spasíbo mean "thank you"?
Russian
What sport did Björn Borg excel at?
Tennis
What country is the biggest source of foreign-born residents living in Mexico?
United States
What is the antonym of maximum?
Minimum
What country's capital city is Havana?
Cuba
What is the coldest city in the U.S. with a population over 200,000?
Anchorage
What prefix can come before bishop, duke, or nemesis?
Arch
In what part of the world would you find "clans" that wear "tartans"?
Scotland
People from Italy are called Italians. What are people from Cyprus called?
Cypriots
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level 52
Aug 5, 2013
Boeing's been replaced by a leisure centre in China now.
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level 71
Sep 30, 2014
If you take "largest" to mean largest volume, then the Boeing factory is still largest in the world.
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level 66
Oct 31, 2016
I now just think of Ser Dontos when I see the 'Jonquil' question XD
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level 62
Nov 23, 2016
I don't know how many times I've missed Boeing on a quiz because I spelled it Boing...someday I'll remember.
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level ∞
Mar 12, 2019
Boing will work now.
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level 73
Mar 13, 2019
As a Mexican, this cause me a good laugh: Boing is a brand of juice (and a good one, specially the grape and strawberry flavors)
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level 74
Mar 13, 2019
Boing is clearly the noise a trampoline makes
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level 72
May 24, 2019
Or the sound that Zebedee makes
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level 59
May 26, 2019
I would not fly on anything called a "Boing"
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level 60
Feb 5, 2018
Technically "thanks" in Russian is spelled with an o, спасибо, but pronounced as an a due to Russian phonetics, so the usual transliteration would be spasibo.
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level ∞
Mar 12, 2019
I like spasibo better too so I changed it to that.
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level 73
Mar 12, 2019
Ringworm is a fungal infection, not a parasite.
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level 75
Mar 13, 2019
In what is probably the most disgusting 2 minutes I have spent here I guessed every parasite I could think of and missed it.
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level ∞
Mar 13, 2019
Changed the clue.
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level 33
Mar 13, 2019
wear tartans?
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level 54
Mar 13, 2019
Never heard of Quentin Tarantino before
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level 72
May 24, 2019
You'd never heard of Quentin Tarantino? Then you should come out of your box sometime Jack
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level 68
May 24, 2019
Lesley Hornby isn't acceptable?
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level 59
May 25, 2019
No. Nobody calls her that. We're all proud of you and happy you got the chance to show off what you know. But her name is Twiggy.