Special Sub-Topic: Answers Beginning With 'V'
|This second planet from the Sun has an atmosphere containing 96 percent carbon dioxide and 3.5 percent nitrogen and is almost as large as the Earth.|
|Name the European capital city which was also a hit by the group Ultravox.|
|This city is in eastern Spain and is situated on the river Turia.|
|This Saint's day is commemorated on the 14th of February.|
Valentine & valentines & valentine's & valentine day & valentines day & valentine's day.
|Name the country in South America that contains the Angel Falls, the world's highest waterfall with a total drop of 3,212 feet.|
|Name the American equivalent of the British Music Hall variety entertainment.|
|Name the capital of Malta?|
Valletta. Also spelled Valetta.
|Name the waterfalls on the river Zambezi on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia?|
|Name the national religion of Haiti, a religious belief of African origin.|
Voodoo & vodou & voudou & voudoun & vodun & vodoun & voodoun.
|Name the hit by Abba titled V...V...|
|Name the Italian composer whose operas include Rigoletto (1851), La Traviata (1853) and Falstaff (1893).|
|Name the climbing orchid native to Mexico.|
|This silver-white metallic element is used in steel alloys to add strength and heat resistance.|
|Name the French author of 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth' (1864), 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea' (1869) and 'Around the World in Eighty Days' (1873). Jules ...?|
|This is Canada's third-largest city and principal Pacific port.|
|Name the American silent-film star of 'The Sheik' (1921) whose early death caused hysteria among his fans as thousands wept and mourned. Rudolph _______?|
|Name the sedative drug used in the treatment of anxiety, muscle spasms and epilepsy, a proprietary name for diazepam.|
Valium. The vena cava is the main vein of vertebrates that supplies the heart with deoxygenated blood.
|Name the smallest member of the camel family which resembles the llama.|
Vicuna. A vole is a small rodent, vulpine relates to a fox and venison is flesh of the deer used as food.
|Who is the major god of Hinduism along with Brahma and Shiva?|
Vishnu. Varuna is the Hindu god of water and Vayu is the Hindu god of the wind. Valhalla in Norse mythology is the Hall of Slain where chosen warriors enjoyed feasts with the god Odin.
|Name the television programme starring Barry Foster as the moody blond Amsterdam CID detective based on a novel by Nicholas Freeling.|
|Name the common song title by British female vocal group Bananarama, US vocalist Frankie Avalon and British male vocalist Dickie Valentine.|
|Name the record Don McLean gave a highly romantic tribute to Vincent Van Gogh.|
|Which American actor who, after years as a Western villain, found fame and fortune in the tough Spaghetti westerns such as 'For a Few Dollars More (1965) and 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly' (1967) - Lee ______?|
|Name the French film director whose wives included Brigitte Bardot (1952-57) and Jane Fonda (1965-73). Roger ______?|
Vadim. Famed for his films 'And God Created Woman' (1956) and 'Barbarella' (1968).
|Name the Elvis Presley record and film of the same name.|
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