Unbeatable Mixed Trivia
Larry LaPrise and his Ram Trio just put their right feet in and put their right feet out when they created what dance in the late 1940s?
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote a set of Tales about which English city?
John Amoore classified seven primary ones--camphor, musk, floral, peppermint, ether, pungent and putrid--based on their high frequency of occurrence among 600 organic compounds. What are they?
What was the first name of Mr Jobs, who incorporated Apple Computer in 1977?
The Tower of London was originally used as a royal residency and then what?
What is another name for synthetic gas made from coal?
Which famed trade route was brought under one cohesive political environment under Genghis Khan?
Which of these countries is NOT famed for making and consumed Vodka?
Which Mediterranean island did Turkey invade in 1974?