Daily Quiz

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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:35 pm

Literature

Literature: Animal Themes: Animal Stories
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1. 'All Animals are equal but some are more equal than others' is a famous quote from 'Animal Farm.' What type of animal was featured most prominently in this book?

cows
chickens
pigs
dogs

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pigs



Literature: Lines and Quotes: Shake's Quote Quiz
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2. Who will meet again "When the hurlyburly's done, when the battle's lost and won"?

The Witches
Warwick
Henry IV
Feste

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The Witches



Literature: Literary Titles: Name That Book!
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3. The plot is...a well-to-do merchant needs money badly and borrows it from a moneylender, only to find that he can't repay the loan and his very life is on the line. What is the name of this play?

The Comedy of Errors
A Midsummer Night's Dream
The Merchant of Venice
Twelfth Night

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The Merchant of Venice



Literature: Poetry: Name The Poet
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4. The Charge of the Light Brigade

Dickinson
Tennyson
Byron
Lear

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Tennyson



Literature: Authors and their Works: Book Dedications
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5. What horror writer dedicated his masterpiece to his close friend 'Hommy-Beg'?

J. Sheridan LeFanu
Bram Stoker
Oliver Onions
Arthur Machen

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Bram Stoker



Literature: Cymbeline: Cymbeline
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6. What is the name Imogen uses when she disguises herself as a man?

Ganymede
Fidele
Cesario
Sebastian

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Fidele



Literature: Stephen King: Stephen King Trivia
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7. What was the first item 'bought' at 'Needful Things'?

Baseball card
Victorian lampshade
Lalique vase
Charmed necklace

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Baseball card



Literature: Poetry: Name the poem
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8. 'Continuous as the stars that shine and twinkle on the milky way, They streched in never-ending line, Along the margin of a bay.' (Wordsworth)

I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
Ode
She was a Phantom of Delight
The Ruined Cottage

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I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud



Literature: Mystery & Detective Fiction: Basic Crime Fiction
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9. Who is known as the Queen of Crime?

Dame Agatha Christie
Miss Jane Marple
Dorothy L Sayers
Dame Edna Everage

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Dame Agatha Christie



Literature: Literature Before 1900: Who Didn't Write It?
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10. Herman Melville did NOT write:

Moby Dick
Typee
Bartleby the Scrivener
Mutiny on the Bounty

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Mutiny on the Bounty
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Tue Jan 01, 2013 3:35 pm

Trivia

World: Hebrew and Yiddish: Yiddish Slang
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1. A clumsy person is a...

Bagel
Haimish
Lantsman
Klutz

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Klutz



World: U.S. Politics: U.S. Mixed Government
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2. Which state has the most electoral votes in the Electoral College?

New York
California
Florida
Texas

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California



World: Corporations: Corporate Scandals
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3. Many of the companies involved in scandals wind up under investigation by the SEC. What does SEC stand for?

Secure Economy Commission
Stock Exaggerations are Certain
Soloman Eventuality Center
Securities and Exchange Commission

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Securities and Exchange Commission



World: Business World: Writing Your Resume / CV
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4. In the first section of your resume, you need to set out your objective (although you could put this in the covering letter). A good objective will be:

Specific and tailored to the job you are applying for
About your ideal position, even if that is not what you are applying for
Non-specific, so you can apply for any position
Creative, imaginative and witty

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Specific and tailored to the job you are applying for



World: European Union: The EU 25
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5. Which of the 2004 enlargement states has its capital at Riga?

Latvia
Slovenia
Lithuania
Slovakia

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Latvia



World: Italian Politics: Mussolini: A New Breed of Caesar
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6. What is Mussolini's first name?

Juan
Benito
Italo
Cesare

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Benito



World: Business World: American Big Business Facts: Part 1
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7. This Battle Creek, MI company has products named Eggos, Pop Tarts, Cheez-It's and Frosted Flakes. Tony says "They're Great"

Kelloggs
Kraft Foods
General Mills
Pillsbury

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Kelloggs



World: World Leaders: Identify the World Leader: 2004
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8. Due to the landslide victory of the Labour Party in the 1997 British General Election, this 43 year old son of a barrister and lecturer became the youngest Prime Minister since Lord Liverpool in 1812.

Margaret Thatcher
Tony Blair
John Major
Neville Chamberlain

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Tony Blair



World: Codes & Time.Zones: Countries and Internet Domain Extensions: III
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9. For which of these countries is "co" the internet domain extension?

Costa Rica
Colombia
Cook Islands
Congo

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Colombia



World: Bush, George W.: Bushisms
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10. "I want to thank my friend, Senator Bill Frist, for joining us today. … He married a Texas girl, I want you to know. Karyn is with us. A West Texas girl, just like ..." Finish the quote.

Bill
her
Texas
me

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me
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:15 pm

Trivia (a good one for our Aussie friends)

World: French: Mixed French Trivia
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1. Parmi les choix suivants, lequel est un vilain défaut?

respect
obligeance
égoïsme
amabilité

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égoïsme



World: British Railways: British Railways #3
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2. The APT-P (not the APT-E) was an experimental passenger train developed in 1979 to provide faster services on the West Coast Main Line. What special feature did it have that allowed this?

A tilting mechanism in the coaches
Two power cars and a center mounted power car that produced over 10,000 hp in operation
A diesel-turbine engine
It was run on magnets. At the time, British Rail wanted to replace the WCML with a maglev line.

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A tilting mechanism in the coaches



World: SS Edmund Fitzgerald: Shipwreck - S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald
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3. What was the last known radio transmission from the Edmund Fitzgerald?

"We are holding our own."
"May day!"
"We are sinking!"
"We need help fast."

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"We are holding our own.".



World: World Flags: Flags of the World - A to Z
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4. With a red flag featuring a white, five-petal flower in the centre, this 'H' place is ...

Honduras
Hong Kong
Haiti
Holland

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Hong Kong



World: Korean Politics: Kim Jong IL – a True Perspective
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5. In 1994, the U.S. and North Korea signed an agreement concerning nuclear weapons development. It was signed by Kim and which leader?

George W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Jimmy Carter
Boris Yeltsin

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Bill Clinton



World: Actuaries: Actuaries
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6. Which of the following tasks would an actuary perform?

Determine appropriate premiums to charge for an insurance policy.
All of them
Establish appropriate reserves for earthquakes, hurricanes and other disaster losses.
Determine the adequacy of the Social Security Trust Fund.

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All of them



World: World Mottos and Symbols: Australian Emblems
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7. What is the faunal emblem of the state of New South Wales?

Wombat
Sugar Glider
Echidna
Platypus

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Platypus



World: World Mottos and Symbols: Australian Emblems
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8. What is the floral emblem of Western Australia?

Hakea
Dawson River Weeper
Banksia Lemon Glow
Red and Green Kangaroo Paw

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Red and Green Kangaroo Paw



World: US Colleges: S.U.N.Y. Schools
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9. Which of the following is NOT a S.U.N.Y. school?

S.U.N.Y. Ulster
S.U.N.Y. Farmingdale
S.U.N.Y. Niagara
S.U.N.Y. Rockland

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S.U.N.Y. Niagara



World: Australia: Prime Ministers Of Australia
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10. What is the second name of the Prime Minister John Howard?

Wentworth
William
Winston
Walter

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Winston
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Thu Jan 03, 2013 2:55 pm

History

History: Norman Conquest: The Norman Conquest
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1. In what year did the Norman Conquest take place?

1086
1066
1166
1065

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1066



History: 1980s Nostalgia: It Happened in the 80s
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2. Which company outraged its customers by introducing a reformulated version of a popular drink in 1985.

RC Cola
Hershey's
Alpine Cider
Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola



History: October November December: What happened on December 15?
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3. On December 15, 1945, the Commander of Allied Powers in the Pacific, General Douglas MacArthur, ended the official, established status of a religion in Japan that claimed that the emperor was divine. Which religion was it?

Taoism
Shintoism
Hinduism
Christianity

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Shintoism



History: April May June: What happened on June 6?
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4. Björn Borg, a master tennis champion who won the French Open in 1974-75, and 1978-81 was born on this day in 1956 in what Scandanavian country?

Denmark
Finland
Sweden
Norway

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Sweden



History: Roman History: Roman History - General
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5. Rome was founded in 753 BC according to which legend?

The legend of Rome and Claudius
The great Roman legend
The legend of Remus and Romulus
The legend of Jupiter and Venus

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The legend of Remus and Romulus



History: 1950s Nostalgia: 1950s Fads, Fashion, Events and Pop Culture
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6. What toy came out in 1957 that children use by circling it about their waist and making it spin?

Frisbee
hula hoop
poodle skirt
merry-go-round

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hula hoop



History: 1980s Nostalgia: An American Kid in the 1980s
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7. Who was president of the US for most of the eighties?

Bill Clinton
George Bush
Ronald Reagan
Jimmy Carter

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Ronald Reagan



History: Famous Dates: Moving to the Top Headlines
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8. The headline "Carter victor in tight race, Ford loses New York State" appeared in what year?

1986
1956
1966
1976

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1976



History: The Great Depression: The Great Depression
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9. Who wrote "The Grapes of Wrath", published in 1939?

John Steinbeck
Ronald Dahl
Lee Nelson
Dr. Seuss/ Ted Geisel

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John Steinbeck



History: Famous Dates: On This Day: IV
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10. January 26th, 1905 a magnificent diamond was found, the largest rough stone ever found. Weighing nearly 1.5lb or 3106 carats(621.2g), the Cullinan diamond was of the highest quaity. Where was it mined?

South Africa
Sierra Leone
India
Cameroons

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South Africa
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:02 pm

Movies

Movies: People Themed Groups: The Kevin Quiz
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1. He played Verbal Kint in ‘The Usual Suspects’ (1995), Lt. Chris Sabian in ‘The Negotiator’ (1998), and Lester Burnham in ‘American Beauty’ (1999).

Kevin Spacey
Kevin Kline
Kevin Costner
Kevin Bacon

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Kevin Spacey



Movies: Spielberg, Steven: Who Was Directed By Steven Spielberg?
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2. Which Spielberg movie starred Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins?

Something Evil
Always
Amistad
Savage

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Amistad



Movies: Q: Movies of Anthony Quinn
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3. In "The Greek Tycoon", Quinn played an Aristotle Onassis type character. Who played the female lead?

Jennifer O'Neill
Jacqueline Bisset
Margot Kidder
Suzanne Pleshette

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Jacqueline Bisset



Movies: Degrees - Average +/- 10: 15 Degrees of John Wayne
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4. Alex Winter starred with Jami Gertz in this movie about two brothers who must defeat the local gang of vampires in modern California.

Near Dark
The Lost Boys
The Last Boy Scout
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys

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The Lost Boys



Movies: Degrees - Average +/- 10: 15 Degrees of Julie Delpy
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5. Billy Crystal and Julia Roberts star in this comedy about a publicist who is trying to keep the media at bay while playing matchmaker to a star couple who had an ugly breakup.

Forget Paris
America's Sweethearts
I Love Trouble
Something to Talk About

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America's Sweethearts



Movies: Common Titles: We're Gonna Need A Bigger Quiz
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6. In his search for something which was stolen from him, an odd young man sets out on a journey which takes him to the Alamo. In "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure", what was it that was stolen from him?

Cat
Car
Bicycle
Statuette

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Bicycle



Movies: Movies by Year: Top Movies of 2000
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7. Your humble quizmaker seems to be a big fan of biopics, because this is the third entry of that genre in this quiz. Ed Harris and Marcia Gay Harden star in which film based on the tortured life of an 20th century American Abstract Expressionist artist?

De Kooning
Rothko
Motherwell
Pollock

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Pollock



Movies: Name It - Average 10: A Few of Dannerdan48's Faves
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8. To save her father, a young girl impersonates a male soldier in the Chinese army and ends up defeating the Huns, saving China and bringing her family honor.

Treasure Planet
Braveheart
Mulan
Atlantis

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Mulan



Movies: Grab Bag - Average 10: Movie Mixture
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9. What was the actor's name who played the girl boxer in "Million Dollar Baby"?

Angelina Jolie
Kate Winslet
Hilary Duff
Hilary Swank

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Hilary Swank



Movies: Movies by Year: Top Movies of 1996
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10. Milos Forman weighs in this list with a controversial film of his own. Starring Woody Harrelson and Courtney Love, what name completes the title of the film: 'The People vs. __________'?

Howard Hughes
D. B. Cooper
Larry Flynt
Jerry Fallwell

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Larry Flynt
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:19 pm

Music

Music: Who Sang This: Rock Lyrics - Mystery Word #5
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1. "You're as cold as ice. You're willing to sacrifice our love. You want paradise, but someday you'll pay the price; I know."

Cream
Rush
The Animals
Foreigner

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Foreigner



Music: Music from 1962: 1962 Lyric Questions - Part II
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2. "When I saw you walking down the street, I said that's the kind of gal I'd like to meet. She's so pretty. Lord, she's fine. I'm gonna make her mine all mine." This #1 hit from Bruce Channel was entitled?

Hey! Baby
So Much In Love
I Like It Like That
Easier Said Than Done

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Hey! Baby



Music: First Lines of Songs: Random First Lines
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3. "Well, I'm not talking 'bout locking down forever." This is the first line of what song?

I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight
Whiskey Girl
Blue Bedroom
I Love This Bar

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I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight



Music: Music Theory: A Musical Alphabet
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4. Which percussion instrument has metal bars which are laid out in a similar pattern to the keys of a piano? The sound it makes is like bells.

Glass Harmonica
Gong
Glockenspiel
Glissando

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Glockenspiel



Music: Other Music: Scott Joplin, "The King of Ragtime"
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5. Scott Joplin was a composer of classical discipline. What was his instrument of choice?

Violin
Clarinet
Piano
Drums

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Piano



Music: Tragedy in Songs: Tragedy in Songs, Part 3: Coal Miners
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6. Let's start with an easy one. Tennesee Ernie Ford says he has one first of iron and another of steel in this ballad for people with low-paying, thankless jobs. What song is this?

Workin' Man Blues
Take this Job and Shove It
Sixteen Tons
Forty Hour Week

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Sixteen Tons



Music: Disney Music: 100 Years of Songs
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7. Now, here's a line from "Beauty and the Beast": "...life is so unnerving, for a servant who's not serving, he's not _____ without a soul to wait upon..." which of these words fit in?

fool
whole
cool
good

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whole



Music: Who Sang This: Rock Lyrics - Mystery Word #45
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8. Who sang these lyrics: "You show us everything you've got, and baby, baby, that's quite a lot. And you drive us wild, we'll drive you crazy. You keep on shouting. You keep on shouting."?

Pink Floyd
Kiss
Rainbow
AC/DC

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Kiss



Music: Finish The Lyric: Lost for Words! 23
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9. "______ around Every now and then I get a little bit tired of listening to the sound of my tears ______ around." What word is missing from this power ballad sung by Bonnie Tyler?

Look
Turn
Come
Shop

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Turn



Music: 1960s Lyrics: Oldies 1150, Big 500 Countdown Part 2
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10. What song was #3 on the countdown? "Like a river flows, Surely to the sea, Darling so it goes, Some things are meant to be. Take my hand, take my whole life too..."

Can't Help Falling in Love With You
His Latest Flame
Good Luck Charm
In the Ghetto

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Can't Help Falling in Love With You
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sun Jan 06, 2013 2:52 pm

History

History: 1980s Nostalgia: 1980s Triumphs and Disasters
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1. On May 18, 1980, which volcano erupted in Washington?

Mount Washington
Mt. Everest
Mount St. Helens
Kiliminjaro

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Mount St. Helens



History: Specialized History: The Problem of the Plague
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2. The most widely held modern belief is that bubonic plague was carried by fleas living on what common pest?

rats
raccoons
mice
stray dogs

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rats



History: US Colonial History: English Colonies in the Americas
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3. In 1588, what battle took place, the result of which, was that England could finally begin colonizing America because Spain no longer controlled the Atlantic Ocean?

Battle of the Spanish Armada
Custer's Last Stand
Battle of the Piece of Cheese
Battle of the English Armada

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Battle of the Spanish Armada



History: Civil War: My Biggest Civil War Quiz Yet!
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4. Where did General Grant get his nickname "Unconditional Surrender"?

Fort Donelson
Vicksburg
Shiloh
Gettysburg

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Fort Donelson



History: 1980s Nostalgia: The Magnificent 80s
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5. What crashed and sparked fears of recession across the USA in 1987?

PanAm Flight 103
US Marine Headquarters, Lebanon
Korean Airline Flight KAL007
The Dow Jones

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The Dow Jones



History: 1980s Nostalgia: It Happened in the 80s
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6. January 28, 1986, 73 seconds into its ninth launch this space shuttle exploded as thousands watched. What was the name of the shuttle?

Voyager
Challenger
Explorer
Colombia

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Challenger



History: Russian: Russia in 1917
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7. Who was the 'Mad Monk' that influenced the Tsar's family?

Prince Lvov
Raskolnikov
Clysti
Rasputin

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Rasputin



History: 1950s Nostalgia: 1950s Fads, Fashion, Events and Pop Culture
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8. What toy came out in 1957 that children use by circling it about their waist and making it spin?

Frisbee
hula hoop
poodle skirt
merry-go-round

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hula hoop



History: Civil War: The Civil War - Part E
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9. Gen. Lee surrendered his Army to this Union General.

Meade
Sherman
Grant
Johnston

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Grant



History: Civil War Figures: Civil War Generals
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10. This legendary Union general was known to be slow to move his troops. In fact President Lincoln once said "If he is not using the army I should like to borrow it for a while". Who was the general?

Benjamin Butler
Winfield Scott Hancock
William Tecumseh Sherman
George B. McClellan

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George B. McClellan
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:28 pm

Literature

Literature: War Literature: All Quiet on the Western Front
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1. Who is the main character of the novel?

Corporal Himmelstoss
Paul Baumer
Albert Kropp
Haie Westhaus

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Paul Baumer



Literature: Famous First Lines: Opening Lines from Books
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2. "In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit."

"The Return of the King"
"The Fellowship of the Ring"
"The Hobbit"
"The Two Towers"

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"The Hobbit"



Literature: Plays: "Dying is Easy- Comedy Is Hard"
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3. In the morbidly funny "Arsenic and Old Lace," to what actor is evil brother Jonathan said to bear an uncanny resemblance?

James Cagney
Cary Grant
Boris Karloff
Humphrey Bogart

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Boris Karloff



Literature: King Lear: King Lear - Another Shakespearean massacre
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4. Before dying, this character had his eyes gouged out, then was deceptively led to believe that he was committing suicide by jumping off a high Dover cliff, which was merely a very short hill.

Albany
the Fool
Edgar
Gloucester

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Gloucester



Literature: Fantasy: Tales of Two Terrys
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5. Lord Vetinari (Pratchett): The ruler of Ankh-Morpork, he subscribes to the one man - one vote philosophy: he's the Man and he has the Vote. What is his job title?

King
Archon
Emperor
Patrician

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Patrician



Literature: Antony and Cleopatra: "Antony and Cleopatra"
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6. Not chronological. What does the Clown say is in the basket which contains Cleopatra's asps?

Oranges
Olives
Figs
Grapes

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Figs



Literature: Chinese Literature: Romance of the Three Kingdoms
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7. Which of these officers was not cut down by Guan Yu?

Hua Xiong
Wen Chou
Zhang Liao
Yan Liang

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Zhang Liao



Literature: Plays: Quotes from Plays Through History
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8. Which Henrik Ibsen play does this come from? "Oh, now she's fooling with those pistols again."

Hedda Gabler
Ghosts
A Doll's House
Six Characters in Search of an Author

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Hedda Gabler



Literature: Mixed Literature: Name That Author
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9. "A Streetcar Named Desire", "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", "The Glass Menagerie".

Blanche DuBois
Tennessee Williams
Edward Albee
Eugene O'Neill

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Tennessee Williams



Literature: Children's Literature: The Magical Worlds of Harry Potter
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10. Malfoy comes from what Latin word, and what does it mean?

Expello, Drive out or expel
Petra, Rock
Enervo, To weaken
Maleficus, Evil doer

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Maleficus, Evil doer
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:45 pm

Trivia

World: U.S. Commercials: TV Commercial Slogans
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1. 'Come to where the flavor is, come to (what) country'?

Camel
Dannon
Marlboro
Milky Way

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Marlboro



World: U.S. Commercials: Ads from the Old Days
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2. Who called itself the 'king of beers'?

Pabst
Budweiser
Schlitz
Miller

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Budweiser



World: IATA Codes: I'm Flying in What Country?
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3. I'm flying from FNC to FAO and end up in LIS. Where am I?

Spain
Portugal
Italy
Croatia

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Portugal



World: IATA Codes: I'm Flying Into What Capital?
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4. When I'm flying to EDI, to what country do I go to?

Iceland
Faroe Islands
Scotland
Northern Ireland

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Scotland



World: US Colleges: Where in the U.S. are these colleges?
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5. Brown University, Bryant College, Providence College, Roger Williams University?

Vermont
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Virginia

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Rhode Island



World: Aviation: Private Pilot License 101
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6. When you increase throttle and engine RPM's, what happens?

You climb
You stall
You descend
You turn

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You climb



World: Iraqi Politics: December 14, 2003: A Day to Remember
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7. What is Iraq's major source of wealth, which Saddam nationalized when he was vice chairman of the ruling Revolutionary Command Council in 1969?

oil
silver
gold
diamonds

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oil



World: Auto World: Auto Acronyms
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8. What does the "A" in ABS stand for?

alternating
anti-lock
adaptive
alert

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anti-lock



World: Ground Forces: US Tanks
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9. The gunner of the M1A1 main battle tank has a big job to do. Besides firing the main gun and machine gun, he has to input vital information into the CCP. What does CCP stand for?

Computer Corrective Protection
Computer Control Panel
Cosmic Color Panel
Computer Census Producer

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Computer Control Panel



World: Aviation: Air Sickness Bags
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10. Air sickness bags are not just for air sickness. Which of these could you do with an airsickness bag?

All of these
Get the autograph of the celebrity in the seat beside you
Package souvenirs to send your friends
Use it for a lunch sack

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Re: Daily Quiz

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Trivia

World: Maritime: Famous Ships in History
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1. This warship, nicknamed Old Ironsides, is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world today.

HMS Mary Rose
USS Dover
USS Constitution
HMS Queen Mary

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USS Constitution



World: German: The German Language
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2. If you were German, your mother's brother would be called what?

Onkel
Herr
Unkel
Mister

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Onkel



World: UK Commercials: More Old UK Ads
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3. "It's frothy man." What was?

Tizer
Fresca
Cresta
Lilt

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Cresta



World: Japanese: Japanese Slang and Subtext
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4. I will give it some thought in Japanese means 'NO' subtextually. What is the phrase we do not want to hear?

kangai maku
Kangaete okimasu
kangaesuro
Kangaete michi

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Kangaete okimasu



World: Airports & Airlines: Airports Around The World
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5. If you flew from Will Rogers World Airport to McCarran International Airport, between which cities would you be flying?

Detroit and Houston
Oklahoma City and Las Vegas
Cheyenne and Little Rock
Boise and Las Vegas

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Oklahoma City and Las Vegas



World: Egyptian Politics: World Leaders - Anwar Sadat
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6. What two World leaders were also targets of assassins in 1981?

Qaddaffi and Hussein
Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II
Faisal and Amin
Barak and Rabin

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Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II



World: Canadian Commercials: How well do YOU know Joe?
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7. 'And I don't know Jimmy, Sally or Suzy from Canada, although I'm certain they're really, really _____.'

great
nice
motivated
outgoing

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nice



World: Business World: The Entrepreneurial Spirit
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8. In which city was Coca-Cola first introduced in 1886?

St. Louis
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Baltimore

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Atlanta



World: Presidential Trivia: Let's Get Presidential!
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9. Which of these is not an actual verbal gaffe of President George W. Bush?

Rarely is the question asked: is our children learning?
What did Lincoln do anyway, besides invent a really neat car?
That reporter over there... he's a real @$$hole.
Please don't kill me (mock seriousness, making fun of a person on Texas death row)

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What did Lincoln do anyway, besides invent a really neat car?



World: The Law: Famous Lawyers
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10. Oliver Wendell Holmes is best known as the author of what work?

'The Common Law'
'Commentaries'
'The Yankee From Olympus'
'My Life In Court'

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'The Common Law'
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Re: Daily Quiz

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History

History: U.S. History: American History That School Forgot
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1. The current White House is not the original. What happened to the original White House?

It was burnt down
It collapsed in a storm
It was torn down
It was moved out of Washington D.C.

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It was burnt down



History: July August September: It Happened in July
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2. Who was born in July?

Mussolini
Rembrandt
Calvin Coolidge
all of these

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all of these





History: 2000s History: That's News to Me (4)
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3. In October 2003 which film star became the governor-elect of California?

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Sylvester Stallone
Donald Schwarzenegger
Mickey Mouse

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Arnold Schwarzenegger



History: U.S. History: US History - 3
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4. In 1773 what did the Sons of Liberty do in Boston that outraged the British goverment?

Set fire to the soldiers barracks
Burned an image of the king in the town square
Dumped a ship load of tea into Boston Harbor
Went door to door collecting money for the poor

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Dumped a ship load of tea into Boston Harbor



History: Argentina: Argentina's History: Ten Questions
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5. In 1943, Juan Domingo Peron appeared on the political stage. He was to become one of the best known celebrities in Argentina. Which was the highest office that he reached?

Governor of Buenos Aires
Vice-President
President
Minister of Labor

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President



History: 1920s History: Hear the Twenties Roar!
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6. Baseball was all the rage during this time. You were either a Yankees fan or Red Sox fan. But the all-time player in 1920 was the Sultan of Swat, a man who broke record for season homeruns. Who was this player?

Babe Ruth
Hank Aaron
Joe DiMaggio
Lou Gehrig

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Babe Ruth



History: World War II: Nicknames of US Army Combat Units
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7. What was the nickname of the 101st Airborne Division?

Screaming Eagle
The Bandits of the Night
Black Orchestra
Ol' Hickory

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Screaming Eagle



History: Canadian: British Columbia History up to 1871
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8. Which fur trading company controlled the fur trade in British Columbia after 1820?

The Hudson's Bay Company
The New Caledonia Company
The Northwest Company
The Dominion Company

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The Hudson's Bay Company



History: Social History: The History of Smoking
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9. The 19th century really belonged to the cigar and to male smokers. The only women who smoked were prostitutes, actresses and bluestockings. Cigars had their own time frame in elegant society. When was this?

After a game of tennis
Before lunch
After dinner
With afternoon tea

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After dinner



History: Maya: Mayan People
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10. The Mayan people built cities and thrived in Meso-America (Mexico and Central America), including what modern-day countries?

Belize
Guatemala
All of these
Mexico

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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:57 pm

Movies

Movies: F: Errol Flynn Movies
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1. In "Captain Blood", Flynn endears himself to the king by helping to ease the governor's ailment. What ailment is that?

Measles
Gout
Chicken Pox
Insomnia

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Gout



Movies: Degrees - Average +/- 10: Diane Lane and Back Again
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2. Spouting Shakespeare opposite Kenneth Branaugh is not the usual Keanu Reeves role. But he did it rather well in this movie. What is the name of this movie?

Shakespeare In Love
Much Ado About Nothing
Midsummers Night's Dream
Othello

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Much Ado About Nothing



Movies: Awards and Festivals: Oscar Nominees Trivia
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3. Judi Dench won an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role as Queen Elizabeth. Another actress was nominated the same year for the Best Leading Actress category for portraying the same character. Who is this actress?

Cate Blanchett
Catherine Keener
Milla Jovovich
Kathy Bates

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Cate Blanchett



Movies: Grant, Hugh: All About Hugh Grant
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4. Which of the following movies was NOT, in any way, produced in the United Kingdom?

Four Weddings and a Funeral
Notting Hill
Nine Months
Bridget Jones' Diary

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Nine Months



Movies: Degrees - Average +/- 10: 25 Degrees of Franchot Tone
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5. Slim Pickens and Peter Sellers were in this film about nuclear weapons and the cold war.

On The Beach
The Sandbaggers
The Abyss
Dr Strangelove, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb

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Dr Strangelove, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb



Movies: M: Una Merkel
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6. What was the name of the character Una Merkel played in "Destry Rides Again"?

Lily Belle Callahan
Mamie Appleby
Daisy McClure
Dixie Dare

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Lily Belle Callahan



Movies: Players - Average +/- 10: Comedy Movie Actors and Characters, Part II
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7. Who played Victor Prinzim, Harry "The Hippo" Gutterman, and Pizza the Hutt?

Marlon Brando
Gene Hackman
Dom DeLuise
Luciano Pavarotti

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Dom DeLuise



Movies: Degrees - Average +/- 10: 15 Degrees of Sean Astin
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8. Morgan Freeman starred in movie whose tagline is "27,000 Nuclear Weapons. One Is Missing.", with Ben Affleck

The Peacemaker
Dr Strangelove or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
The World is not Enough
The Sum of All Fears

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The Sum of All Fears



Movies: Players - Average 10: Three Movies: Name the Common Actor
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9. "View From the Top", "Mafia!", and "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead"?

Gwyneth Paltrow
Christina Applegate
Selma Blair
Cameron Diaz

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Christina Applegate



Movies: Same Word Titles: Life's a Beach
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10. Professor Sutwell woos Annette Funicello in the name of science as he studies the dating rituals of a group of teenagers at the beach.

Beach of Dreams
Beach Party
Sizzle Beach, USA
Bash at the Beach

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Beach Party
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sat Jan 12, 2013 2:36 pm

Music

Music: Remakes & Covers: It's Been Covered
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1. Who does the original? "Girl, you really got me goin' You got me so I don't know what I'm doin' Yeah, you really got me now You got me so I can't sleep at night"

Van Halen
The Kinks
Skid Row
Iggy Pop

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The Kinks



Music: Music from 1968: What's The Missing Word? - 1968
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2. "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)": I got up so tight I couldn't unwind I saw so much I broke my _____"

legs
sight
mind
specs

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mind



Music: Writers & Producers: Songwriters Who Should be Famous
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3. Hoyt Axton wrote two songs that were giant hits in the early seventies. Do these words sound familiar? "Never understood a single word he said..." "Say the ladies are insane there..." What band recorded these songs?

The Carpenters
Three Dog Night
The Eagles
The Byrds

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Three Dog Night



Music: Music from TV & Movies: Music From Movies 3
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4. "I walked the avenue till my legs felt like stone. I heard the voices of friends vanished and gone. At night I could hear the blood in my veins, Black and whispering as the rain On the _______________." (1993)

Streets of Philadelphia
Heaven
All the Way
Lovetown

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Streets of Philadelphia



Music: Who Sang This: Who Sang This 3
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5. An easy one to start. Who sang this: "Get your motor running, head out on the highway"?

Black Sabbath
Cream
Led Zeppelin
Steppenwolf

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Steppenwolf



Music: Music from 2004: Lyrics to Songs of 2004
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6. Finish the line from the wonderful smash hit by Britney Spears..."With the taste of your lips I'm on a ride, your...I'm slippin under."

sleepy
toxic
drunk
too excited

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toxic



Music: 1970s Lyrics: Oldies 1150, Big500 Countdown Part 5
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7. What was song #8 on the countdown? "Just take those old records off the shelf, I'll sit and listen to 'em by myself. Today's music aln 't got the same soul..."

Resurrection Shuffle
American Pie
Old Time Rock and Roll
Listen to the Music

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Old Time Rock and Roll



Music: Which Song Is It: Name That Tune in Three Words, Part Deux
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8. In which song does the main character admit to paying dues "and bad mistakes"?

Kiss Me Deadly
Roller
We Are the Champions
Isn't It Time

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We Are the Champions



Music: Music from 2005: The Very Best of 2005 Music
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9. "Wake Up" was a song by which teenage singer?

JoJo
Lindsay Lohan
Hilary Duff
Rihanna

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Hilary Duff



Music: Choice of Two: Sum 41, Green Day, or Blink 182?
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10. Which band has these members: Deryck Whibley, Jason McCaslin, Dave Baksh, and Steve Jocz?

Sum 41
Green Day
Blink 182
None of these

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Re: Daily Quiz

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History

History: Russian: The Russian Revolution
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1. What was the last name of the Tsarist dynasty which ruled Russia for over 300 years?

Wisniski
Asmov
Romanov
Kruchev

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Romanov



History: World War II: Structure of WWII
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2. Who was the Italian Dictator at the time of the war?

Mussolini
Delmanio
King Emmanual
Tortellini

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Mussolini



History: October November December: It Happened in December
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3. The Boston Tea Party, which took place on December 16, 1773, was a protest about what?

poor quality tea
taxes on tea
tea imported instead of coffee
Chinese tea instead on Indian tea delivered

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taxes on tea



History: Civil War: Americans at War with One Another
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4. What two important figures on opposite sides during the Civil War were born barely 100 miles apart and within 8 months of each other.

Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis
A. P. Hill and George McClellan
James Longstreet and William T. Sherman
Richard Ewell and George Meade

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Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis



History: Crime and Punishment: History of the Electric Chair
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5. By what name is Florida's historic electric chair best known?

Black Widow
The Hot Seat
Yellow Mama
Old Sparky

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Old Sparky



History: US Colonial History: Early American History
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6. Where did sugar plantations flourish best?

Texas
Virginia
South Carolina
West Indies

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West Indies



History: Cuban Missile Crisis: Cuban Missile Crisis
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7. When Kennedy became aware that the Soviet Union was about to station missiles on Cuban territory, what did he order the U.S. Navy to do?

Set up a naval blockade around Cuba
Annihilate the Soviet ships that were entering the Cuban territory to prevent more missiles from entering the harbor
Send submarines to the Soviet harbor for a covert attack
He did not order the Navy to do anything

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Set up a naval blockade around Cuba



History: USA in the 20th.Century: Buggy Whips & Other Bygones : 1
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8. Which of the following would NOT be have found in a child's toy box?

Lincoln logs
Pickup sticks
Border bolders
Erector set

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Border bolders



History: Latin America: Latin American Heroes
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9. A modern-era hero to many in Latin America, this controversial figure died in Bolivia at the age of 39. He was an important figure in the Cuban revolution led by Fidel Castro. He has become an icon to students and revolutionaries around the world.

Ernesto "Che" Guevara
Camilo Cienfuegos
Antonio Maceo
Arnaldo Ochoa Sanchez

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Ernesto "Che" Guevara



History: Roman History: Operatic Roman History
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10. One of the last operas composed by Mozart, deals with the tenth Roman Emperor (79AD–81 AD), who completed the Colosseum. What was his name?

Flavius Theodosius Magnus
Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus
Titus Flavius Vespasianus
Gaius Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus

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Titus Flavius Vespasianus
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Mon Jan 14, 2013 3:17 pm

Literature

Literature: Merchant of Venice: Do You Know "The Merchant of Venice" Story?
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1. What does Bassanio find in the leaden casket that tells him he has been successful in the lottery for Portia?

A ring to put on Portia's finger and a scroll
A copy of the will of Portia's father.
Just a scroll which tells him he has won.
Portia's portrait and a scroll

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Portia's portrait and a scroll



Literature: Henry V: How Well Do You Know "Henry V" ?
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2. What are the names of the three traitors who conspire to kill Henry before he goes on board ship to France?

Scroop, Warwick and Cambridge
Bedford, Erpingham and Exeter
Cambridge, Scroop and Grey
Cambridge, York and Grey

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Cambridge, Scroop and Grey



Literature: Literature Before 1900: English Literature Made Simple - No. 1
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3. In "The Canterbury Tales" where did the pilgrims meet up before their journey?

Tabard Inn
London Bridge
Tower of London
Inns of Court

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Tabard Inn



Literature: Romeo and Juliet: Romeo and Juliet
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4. Who first recognizes Romeo at the Capulet party?

Juliet
Tybalt
Lady Capulet
Paris

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Tybalt



Literature: Historical Literature: Elaine Tyler May's "Homeward Bound"
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5. Based on May's argument, which of the following roles was most integrated into American men's sense of self?

Father
Son
Husband
Breadwinner

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Breadwinner



Literature: Poetry: A Poetic Alphabet
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6. Where would you find the famous Poet's Corner?

The Louvre
Westminster Abbey
St. Basilicus Cathedral
The Vatican

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Westminster Abbey



Literature: Chinese Literature: Romance of the Three Kingdoms
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7. Which noble warrior prepared a coffin before going into battle against Guan Yu at Fan Castle?

Yue Jin
Pang De
Xu Huang
Zhang He

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Pang De



Literature: Poetry: A Poetry Calendar
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8. On February 16th 1751, Thomas Gray published his 'Elegy in a Country Churchyard'. Which line from the poem did Thomas Hardy steal as a title for a novel?

Two on a tower
Under the greenwood tree
Far from the madding crowd
The return of the native

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Far from the madding crowd



Literature: Chinese Literature: "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms" Part 3
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9. What legendary event happened at the Battle of Dingjun Mountain?

Cao Cao defeated Liu Bei
Xiahou Yuan defeated Huang Zhong
Huang Zhong defeated Xiahou Yuan
Guan Yu defeated Cao Cao

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Huang Zhong defeated Xiahou Yuan



Literature: Mixed Literature: High School Literature
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10. In "Of Mice And Men", George promised Lenny they would own their own farm and Lenny could have his own animals to tend to. What animal did Lenny want the most?

Dogs
Rabbits
Pigs
Cats

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Rabbits
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