The Malleus, Incus and Stapes (Round 69)

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The questions and answers within this quiz were verified and updated in July 2020.


In horse racing the original Triple Crown is made up of: the St. Leger Stakes; the Epsom Derby and which other race?
The 2,000 Guineas Stakes


The artist Salvador Dali was born in which country?


What nationality was the golfer Bobby Locke?
South African


Which is the second largest city in the USA?
Los Angeles


As of 2020 which of the following 3 newspapers had the biggest circulation of the three? a) The Guardian b) Daily Record c) The Financial Times
c) The Financial Times


During the 90's how many singles reached No 1 in the UK charts? a) 166 b)186 c) 206
c) 206


The Malleus, Incus, and Stapes are latin names of tiny bones found in the middle ear. What are they known as in English?
Hammer, Anvil and Stirrup


Which northern country's capital when translated means Smoky Bay?


Which textile is made from the fibres of the Flax plant?


Galicia, a region in the north west of Spain, has which city, famous for its pilgimages, as it's capital?
Santiago de Compostela