Malkiboy's Multiple Choice General Knowledge #5

Guess the answers to these general knowledge questions
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1. Who plays the eponymous character in Vera?
Keira Knightley
Brenda Blethyn
Ann Cleeves
2. The word 'cushty' comes from what language?
Romanian
Romansch
Romany
3. Who claimed to have been guided by Saint Michael, Saint Catherine & Saint Margaret?
Francis of Aussi
Anne of Cleves
Joan of Arc
4. What does the 'occipitofrontalis' muscle raise?
Knee
Eyebrows
Finger
5. The Horror Writers Association awards for 'superior achievement' are named after which author?
Bram Stoker
Mary Shelley
Edgar Allan Poe
Emily Bronte
6. 'Osphresiology' is the study of which sense?
Taste
Touch
Hearing
Smell
Sight
7. Who was the 12th US President?
Abraham Lincoln
Millard Fillmore
William Henry Harrison
Zachary Taylor
Franklin Pierce
John Tyler
8. What is 27 squared?
676
729
900
625
576
784
9. Who wrote 'Hannah Green and Her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence'?
Joe R. Lansdale
Nicholas Royle
Michael Marshall Smith
H. P. Lovecraft
Lisa Thompson
Kay Umansky
10. What does FIFA stand for?
Football Is Flawlessly Awesome
Fédération Internationale de Football Association
For International Football Agency
11. Which character from 'Friends' changed her name to Princess Consuela Banana Mammock for one episode?
Rachel
Phoebe
Monica
12. 'The Hangover Part II' is set in which country?
Thailand
Vietnam
China
13. Which of these artists was born first?
Edouard Manet
Edvard Munch
Edward Hopper
14. In golf, how many strokes does a player take on a hole when making a snowman?
8
6
4
3
5
7
15. How many vowels are on the middle row of letters on a computer keyboard?
4
5
2
3
1
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Level 43
Mar 26, 2019
"Football is flawlessly awesome" - nice option. Nice quiz also.