Alan Stuart

 

KibKom Kwiz

1. Which British University was the first to admit women to degrees? 2. What unit of Currency is used in Israel? 3. Where would you find Gatun Lake, Gaillard Cut and miraflores Locks? 4. Which British Queen bore fifteen children, none of whom survived? 5. Which two British admirals were shot on their own quarterdeck? 6. Benjamin Franklyn thought of it, and William Willey introduced a bill into the House of Commons but didn’t live to see it implemented. It affects people throughout the world twice a year, including thisRead More


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The name of which legislative house is derived from the Latin for’ Old Man’? The Great North Road A1 in U.K. starts in London, but where does it end? Which is the only one of the United States to have a single syllable name?  The Mazurka is a dance from which country? Hever Castle in Kent was the childhood home of which Queen of England? If in France you ordered a ‘Pampelousse’  what would you get? What other sport is played at Wimbledon besides Lawn Tennis? By what title wereRead More


KibKom Kwiz

1. What was the name of Hitler’s wife? 2. The Harbour of Rio de Janeiro is dominated by a mountain. What is its name? 3. Which American state has the same name as Russian Republic? 4. What is the name of the Roman Road that ran from Lincoln to the Devon Coast? 5. Percy Shaw’s invention has been of great assistance to motorists.  What was it? 6. The French call it ‘La Tapisseri de la Reine Matilde’  What do we call it? 7. Who was the Russian Physiologist who isRead More


KibKom Kwiz

Another week of ‘this and that’   1. ‘Sayonara’ means ‘Goodbye’ in which language? 2. Who was the co-author with Marx of the Communist Manifesto? 3. From what fruit was marmalade originally made? 4. What is produced in a ginnery? 5. What does ‘Vodka’ mean? 6. What is the whirlpool situated off the coast of Norway? 7. ‘Schnauzer’ is a breed of what animal? 8. Which former London landmark now stands at Havana City USA? 9. ‘Hircine’ describes which animal? 10. What famous military encounter was described by a FrenchRead More


KibKom Kwiz

Another week of ‘this and that’   1. ‘Sayonara’ means ‘Goodbye’ in which language? 2. Who was the co-author with Marx of the Communist Manifesto? 3. From what fruit was marmalade originally made? 4. What is produced in a ginnery? 5. What does ‘Vodka’ mean? 6. What is the whirlpool situated off the coast of Norway? 7. ‘Schnauzer’ is a breed of what animal? 8. Which former London landmark now stands at Havana City USA? 9. ‘Hircine’ describes which animal? 10. What famous military encounter was described by a FrenchRead More


Kibkom Kwiz

This and that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   1. Joseph Smith founded a religious sect in 1830 – what is it called? 2.Where would you find a ‘Martingale’? 3. The Lord Chamberlains Men were a theatrical company – who was their first famous member? 4.What presentation did the people of France make for the 100th anniversary of American Independence? 5. What is the anatomical name for your shoulder blade? 6. Who was captain of the fictional submarine ‘Nautilus’? 7. Who originated the Penny Post? 8. Which famous man’s ancestors lived at Sulgrave Manor inRead More


KibKom Kwiz

This week, is entitled ‘This and That’ 1          Who designed the bouncing bomb used  by the Dambusters? 2          Which group of people were emancipated in Britain in 1829? 3          What mythological creature was half man and half horse 4          Who was the world’s first woman Prime minister? 5          Who or what is the Witch of Wookey? 6          What fruit is used to make kirsch? 7          On what river does Dublin stand? 8          What unique find was made by a shepherd boy in Wadi Qumran? 9          What is campanology? 10        WhatRead More