1. In which film would you find a ship called Venture?
2. The following are the first words spoken by 007 in which Bond film::
"Request permission to come aboard, sir"?
3. Other than China, India and the USA, what are the next five most populated countries in the world?
4. What do Inkubus and Sukkubus steal?
5. FLJOR, GANGA, XI and ? are all foreign words for what?
6. What was the name of the first adhesive postage stamp?
7. How did the following celebrate a goal?
a: Roger Milla
8. ASMODAI, ASTAROTH and BEHEMOTH are all examples of what?
9. What is the name of a flag AND a world cup ball?
10. In which three countries are the most people killed by handguns (war excluded)?
1. King Kong
2. You only live twice
3. Five Answers:
6. Penny Black The Penny Black, the world's first official adhesive postage stamp, was issued by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on 1 May 1840, for use from 6 May. Although all London post offices received official issues of the new stamps, other offices throughout the United Kingdom did not, and continued to accept postage payments in cash only for some time. Post offices in some other localities, such as those in the city of Bath, began offering the stamp unofficially after 2 May.
7. Two Answers:
a. Danced the samba by the corner flag,
b. Rocked a baby
8. Demons - Asmodai a semi-Biblical demon known thanks to the deuterocanonical Book of Tobit; he is also mentioned in some Talmudic legends and in demonology, as he is a leading figure in the construction efforts of the Temple of Solomon. Amongst many scholars, legends about Asmodai are thought to derive from Zoroastrianism, and incorporated into Judaism, and subsequently Christianity, during the Persian Achaemenids' rule over the Jews.
- Astaroth is a Grand Duke of Hell, referred to in "The Lesser Key of Solomon" as a more powerful diety; his main assistants are four demons called Aamon, Pruslas, Barbatos and Rashaverak.
- Behemoth is a creature mentioned in the Book of Job, 40:15-24.
9. Tricolore - Tricolore by Adidas was the official match ball of 1998 FIFA World Cup in France. It was the first multi-coloured ball to be used in the finals. It was also the last world cup ball to bear the classic tango design introduced in 1978.
- The flag of France, known as the Tricolore and featuring three vertical bands coloured blue (hoist side), white, and red.
10. Three Answers - According to Newsweek: