Almost Useless Trivia II

Random Miscellaneous or General Knowledge Quiz

Can you name the answers to these 30 general knowledge questions?

Updated Sep 9, 2015

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Which pop artist has had hits such as 'SOS', 'Disturbia' and 'Unfaithful'?
There are sixteen of what piece in a standard game of chess?
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of which country?
What is the only country to border Portugal?
What is the cube root of 64?
Which is the only country in the world to begin with the letter Y?
Which network originally aired the show 'Spongebob Squarepants'?
A regulation baseball game is made up of nine sections called what?
Which city hosted the summer Olympic Games in 2000?
Helena is the capital of which US state?
Which mountain is the world's highest mountain above sea level?
Which Queen has ruled Britain for the longest period of time?
Name either country with the ruble as its currency.
In the Sega videogame, what type of creature is Sonic?
What is the Spanish word for cat?
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What does the N stand for in the acronym NATO?
Peter Griffin, Quagmire and Stewie are characters in which animated TV show?
Name any US President that served between John Adams and John Quincy Adams.
The Ryder Cup is awarded to countries that compete in what sport?
Which chemical element has the symbol Na?
The CSI TV series was originally set in Las Vegas. Name either city its spin-offs are in.
Which author wrote the novel 'The Da Vinci Code'?
What is the only mythological animal in the Chinese Zodiac?
What is the proper medical name for the collar bone?
Which city is the capital city of Kenya?
Name any of the four Gospels of the New Testament.
Which tennis player won the Wimbledon Men's Singles seven times, the first in 1993?
The film 'The Social Network' depicts the story of which online social networking site?
What actor appeared in 'The Rock,' 'Leaving Las Vegas,' and 'National Treasure?'
Name the third letter of the Greek alphabet which shares its name with a type of radiation.

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