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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 16 June 2024

Answers to this week's questions on Papua New Guinea:

1 Papua New Guinea's prime minister James Marape goes to church on Saturday. He's a Seventh-day Adventist.

2 (b) Their 2013 act provided for imprisonment for witchcraft.

3 (c) More than 2000 were believed to have been buried alive in a Papua New Guinea landslide on 24 May 2024.

4 Yes.

5 The Kokoda Trail or Track is 96 kilometres long. If it were straight, it would be 60 kilometres.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 9 June 2024

Answers to this week's questions on Bob Rogers:

1 (a) Bob Rogers rated first among morning music show hosts in the September 2010 Sydney radio survey, when he was aged 83.

2 (c) He had been in radio for 74 years.

3 He retired on 10 November 2018 at 91.

4 (c) The average age of the two morning presenters on 2CH and 2SM I November 2018 was 87 years 7 months. Bob Rogers was 91 years 11 months and John Laws 83 years 3 months.

5 (c) From 1995 to 2000 the highest-rating radio program on either of the jointly-owned 2GB and 2CH wasn't Bob Rogers program. It was Rev Gordon Moyes' four-hour Sunday Night Live.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 26 May 2024

Answers to this week's questions on golf holes-in-one:

1 He died.

2 (a) (Guinness World Records)

3 Also the 12th. After accepting congratulations for the first hole-in-one, his tee shot at the 13th sliced right, hit a tree and ended up back in the 12th hole. (Sydney Morning Herald 24-3-98)

4 (a) (Guinness World Records)

5 The tee shot landed in the hole on the full.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 19 May 2024

Answers to this week's questions on English plurals:

1 The plural of moose is the same or, less commonly, meese. But not mice, as is sometimes jokingly used.

2 The plural of mongoose is mongooses

3 The singular of graffiti is graffito, but graffiti for the singular as well has become more common.

4 An agendum is the word for an agenda with only one item. "Agenda" is from the Latin meaning "things to do".

5 A trivium

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 12 May 2024

Answers to this week's questions on country names:

1 Kyrgyzstan's first eight letters are all consonants.

2 Kyrgyzstan is the longest country name with only one vowel.

3 Uruguay begins with U-U-U.

4 Only a few countries are named after people. Examples are Bolivia (Simon Bolivar), Colombia (Christopher Columbus), Liechtenstein (Johann von Liechtenstein), Nicaragua (Chief Nicarao), Philippines (King Philip), Saudi Arabia (King Saud) and United States of America (Amerigo Vespucci). (jayp.net)

5 (a). Canada means "big village".

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 5 May 2024

Answers to this week's anagrams questions:

1 ancestors

2 netherworld

3 riddle

4 antithesis (DA)

5 astronomer

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 28 April 2024

Answers to this week's questions on prime ministers:

1 Yes, Bill English.

2 Zoran Zeav was prime minister of Macedonia.

3 (b) 24 January was also the date of his father's death.

4 (a) Blenheim Palace, Oxford

5 Kevin Rudd's wife's name is Thérèse Rein.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 21 April 2024

Answers to this week's questions on alcohol:

1 (c) Five different drivers (Telegraph)

2 (b) Left-over communion wine (Telegraph)

3 (a) The court found it was "not in the public interest" to pursue the charge against the great-grandfather who was doing less than 5kmh in his battery-powered wheelchair. (Telegraph)

4 (c) Camels (Herald)

5 Ale, rum and scotch

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 14 April 2024

Answers to this week's questions on mathematics definitions:

1 The nine words beginning with "n" that mean zero are naught, nihil, nil, nix, none, no (eg no points), nothing, nought, null (also nada, from Spanish)

2 Other words meaning zero are aught, bugger-all, duck, f—k-all, love (as in tennis), O (pronounced oh), ought, sweet Fanny Adams, zip, zippo, zilch

3 Surprisingly, the smallest number that contains an "a" is thousand.

4 The smallest number that contains a "b" is billion.

5 A zillion is 'an indefinitely large number'.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 7 April 2024

Answers to this week's questions on names:

1 (a) (b) and (c) Dustin Ebey has changed his name to Literally Anybody Else. Else will be competing against Biden and Trump.

2 (b). At age 19, former PETA US staffer Chris Garnett had his name legally changed to KentuckyFriedCruelty.com to help publicise cruelty to chicken.

3 Sue Yoo was appropriately working in a law firm – Wright Hassall & Co

4 William Wordsworth was a poet.

5 Tiger Woods was the world's number one golfer, using woods, putters, etc

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 31 March 2024

Answers to this week's questions on Sydney radio history:

1 (b) Boxing was covered by five Sydney stations in the mid-1950s.

2 (c) 2CH's weekend breakfast programs finished at midday.

3 (a) 2UW had 28 15-minute serials every week-day.

4 All of the eight Sydney stations broadcast news at 745am, except for 2UE claiming to be first at 7.44.

5 (b) Rumpus Room started at 4.49pm.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 24 March 2024

Answers to this week's questions on music:

1 The introduction to some ABC radio news. It's been the news intro for over 70 years, since 1 January 1952, originally for the 7.45am news and then for the 7.00am news from 2020.

2 Yes, more than 8000 (Hymns of the Forefathers, ABC-TV 14-3-04)

3 Yes, 22, from John Quincy Adams to Woodrow Wilson (Hymns of the Forefathers, ABC-TV 14-3-04)

4 She taught blind people, helped homeless and prostitutes and was herself blind from four weeks after birth. (Hymns of the Forefathers, ABC-TV 14-3-04)

5 Oh Susanna / I come from Alabama (Sydney Morning Herald 29-12-08)

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 17 March 2024

Answers to this week's questions on games:

1 (a) Sudoku is a single number.

2 None. The challenge could equally well be based on symbols.

3 (c) The 194-page book was the guide to the game Rock Paper Scissors

4 (c) Phil Taylor won the PDC World Darts Championship 14 times.

5 (c) 8 of those were in consecutive years.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 10 March 2024

Answers to this week's questions on singers:

1 (a) Dame Nellie Melba was born in Melbourne, after which she adopted the name 'Melba'.

2 (b) Prince was a Jehovah's Witness as well as a famous singer. It's compulsory for Jehovah's Witnesses to go door-knocking.
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3 Rapper Matt Colwell goes by the stage name 360.

4 Both. She is the daughter of Elvis Presley and ex-wife of Michael Jackson.

5 (b) Third

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 3 March 2024

Answers to this week's questions on swimming:

1 (c) Cam McEvoy lost a gold medal by one one-hundredth of a second.

2 (a) Ian Thorpe was never beaten in his many 400 metres events

3 All of them

4 (b) (Sydney Morning Herald 18-3-03)

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 25 February 2024

Answers to this week's questions on ball sports

1 (a) Andrew Gonzales had an annual salary of $US21.8m.

2 (a) Badminton has a net.

3 (b) Kristina Keneally was chair of Basketball Australia.

4 Yes. The table tennis bat is also called a club, paddle or racket.

5 (b) Bill Veeck used his wooden leg as an ashtray.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 18 February 2024

Answers to this week's questions on wrong steers:

1 Iron

2 River

3 Ether

4 Goat

5 Pencil

Other answers are possible.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 11 February 2024

Answers to this week's questions on mental arithmetic.

1. There were six stops. The question began with "imagine you are the driver".

2. 70. If you divide 30 by 2 you get 15, by halves you get 60.

3. Over $20 million: $21 474 836-48c

4. Amazing that you came up with an elephant!

5. 4100

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 4 February 2024

Answers to this week's questions on Science:

1 Yes (SMH 16-12-11)

2 (c). It should read 9.8 metres per second per second.

3 We'd all be dead.

4 They don't stand for anything. Georg Ohm was a German physicist who determined mathematically the law of the flow of electricity. (How Did Things Start?)

5 Yes. It means either of those.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 28 January 2024

Answers to this week's questions on historic singers:

1 Mick Jagger's real name is Mick Jagger.

2 Elvis Presley made most of his money after his death.

3 (a) Elvis excelled in karate.

4 (c) $3700

5 (a) Keith Richard

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 21 January 2024

Answers to this week's questions on tennis:

1 They are vegan or have eaten a mostly vegan diet.

2 (b)

3 (b) The feel of a nylon strand in the racquet stringing would be either rough or smooth depending on which way the racquet landed after being tossed.

4 (b) (Marshall Fisher, A Terrible Splendor)

5 Federer (David Astle)

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 14 January 2024

Answers to this week's questions on sports stars' names:

1 Tennys Sandgrove, Margaret Court and Katie Volynets excelled in tennis.

2 Usain Bolt was a runner.

3 Marina Stepanova was a hurdler.

4 Nathan Leeper was a high jumper.

5 Layne Beachley was a surfer.

6 Chuck Long was a footballer.

(Canberra Times)

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 7 January 2024

Psychological answers to this week's questions on psychology:

1 This is a possible list: 1 God (depending on one's view of his existence), 2 Santa Claus, 3 Ronald McDonald, 4 The Good Samaritan, 5 Robin Hood, 6 Superman, 7 Rambo, 8 Robinson Crusoe, 9 Harry Potter, 10 Marlboro Man. (Reserve: Ebenenzer Scrooge) Give yourself a pass.

2 We can't come up with an answer. We're confident you can.

3 (a) (2GB)

4 We hope not. It's a gossiping, reckless or irresponsible person.

5 Because of unforeseen circumstances.


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