General Knowledge Quiz - 17 December 202 ...

General Knowledge Quiz - 17 December 2022

Dec 17, 2022

General Knowledge Quiz

QUESTIONS

1. Let It Rock was a 70’s fashion boutique opened in London by Vivienne Westwood and her boyfriend at the time. Who was he?

2. What was the name of the horsewomen who took the dead to Valhalla in Norse mythology?

3. What name is given to a road or path that runs along a coastal area, originally along the face of a cliff, but now meant for any walkway or track alongside the ocean?

4. What was Status Quo’s first hit single which reached Number 7 in the UK charts in 1968?

5. Which former president of the USA had a Portuguese Water Dog named Bo, named after Bo Diddley?

6. The Garveys, Stewarts, Maltbys and the Ramsbottoms were all British families who appeared in which comedy TV show based in the Solana resort?

7. Which ceramic designer, active from 1922 to 1963, was responsible for colourful and iconic art deco inspired pottery and is sought after the world over? In 2004 one of her 18 inch chargers (wall plaque) sold for £39,500 at a Christie’s auction.

8. What herb is used for ‘remembrance’, as explained by Ophelia in Shakespeare’s, Hamlet?

9. What travels at 761.2 mph, 1,225 km/h and Mach 1?

10. Carson City is the capital of which state of the USA?

 

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ANSWERS

1. Let It Rock was a 70’s fashion boutique opened in London by Vivienne Westwood and her boyfriend at the time. Who was he?
MALCOLM MCLAREN

2. What was the name of the horsewomen who took the dead to Valhalla in Norse mythology?
THE VALKYRIE

3. What name is given to a road or path that runs along a coastal area, originally along the face of a cliff, but now meant for any walkway or track alongside the ocean?
CORNICHE

4. What was Status Quo’s first hit single which reached Number 7 in the UK charts in 1968?
PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN

5. Which former president of the USA had a Portuguese Water Dog named Bo, named after Bo Diddley?
BARACK OBAMA

6. The Garveys, Stewarts, Maltbys and the Ramsbottoms were all British families who appeared in which comedy TV show based in the Solana resort?
BENIDORM

7. Which ceramic designer, active from 1922 to 1963, was responsible for colourful and iconic art deco inspired pottery and is sought after the world over? In 2004 one of her 18 inch chargers (wall plaque) sold for £39,500 at a Christie’s auction.
CLARICE CLIFF

8. What herb is used for ‘remembrance’, as explained by Ophelia in Shakespeare’s, Hamlet?
ROSEMARY

9. What travels at 761.2 mph, 1,225 km/h and Mach 1?
SOUND

10. Carson City is the capital of which state of the USA?
NEVADA

 

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