Daily Quiz

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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:15 pm

Trivia

World: Chinese: Chinese Tones
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1. An easy one to start us off: What are the tones for 'cheng (accomplish, become complete) yu (words, language)'?

3, 2
2, 3
2, 1
3, 4

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2, 3



World: Harding, Warren G.: Warren Harding
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2. Will Hays, who would later become famous for the Hays Code, which drew up the moral conduct in US motion pictures, served in Harding's cabinet in what office?

Secretary of the Labor
Secretary of the Navy
Postmaster General
Secretary of the Interior

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Postmaster General



World: Arabic: The Solar System in Arabic!
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3. The Sun contains about 98 percent of the solar system's mass. What is the Sun called in Arabic?

Kalb
Haya
Shams
Kitab

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Shams



World: Religious Buildings: Famous Churches of Europe
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4. The archbishop of this church and diocese holds the highest position in the Church of England. What is the name of the Church of England's "Mother Church"?

Canterbury Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral
York Minster
Westminster Abbey

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Canterbury Cathedral



World: Norwegian: Norwegian words!
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5. What is "brennevin" in Norwegian?

Soap
Furniture
Food
Liquor

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Liquor



World: Canadian Politics: Canadian Prime Ministers of the 1890s
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6. His son went on the serve briefly as Manitoba's premier in 1900.

Sir Charles Tupper
Sir John Thompson
Sir John A Macdonald
Sir Mackenzie Bowell

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Sir John A Macdonald



World: Ford: 1999-2004 Ford Mustang Challenge
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7. Name the movie star that the Bullitt Mustang was made in tribute to?

Sly Stallone
Robert Downey, Jr
Steve McQueen
Henry Fonda

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Steve McQueen



World: Arabic: Beginning Arabic
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8. I ask you what school you attend, and you want to respond that you attend New York University. How do you name it in Arabic?

bayti New York
jaami'ati New York
kuliyati New York
madiinati New York

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jaami'ati New York



World: World Leaders: World Leader 2005
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9. Robert Mugabe was president of which African country in 2005?

Zambia
Zimbabwe
Tanzania
Mozambique

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Zimbabwe



World: Famous Trials: The Michael Jackson Trial 2005
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10. Michael Jackson's second ex-wife appeared in court to give evidence for the prosecution. What was her name?

Lisa Marie Presley
Paris Jackson
Diana Ross
Debbie Rowe

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Debbie Rowe
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:21 pm

History

History: War History: Ancient Military History
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1. In the 300's B.C what son of Macedonian king Philip II spread Greek culture throughout the Asian world by conquering territory nearly all the way to the Indian subcontinent?

Philip III
Alexander
Herodotus
Thucydides

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Alexander



History: World War II: Easy World War II Quiz
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2. What happened on December 7, 1941?

Allied victory over the Nazis
Atomic bombing of Hiroshima
Allied invasion of Normandy
Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor

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Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor



History: U.S. History: Forgotten Already
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3. Who was Franklin Roosevelt's wife?

Phoebe
Eleanor
Madonna
Sally

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Eleanor



History: 1980s Nostalgia: The Magnificent 80s
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4. In 1989, what significant event took place marking the end of the Cold War?

Hands Across America
The Nuclear Arms Treaty
The fall of the Berlin Wall
The Palesades Treaty

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The fall of the Berlin Wall



History: Old West: Outlaws of the American West
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5. This outlaw was born in Missouri in 1847. At the age of seventeen he rode with Confederate guerilla leader "Bloody" Bill Anderson. in 1866 he formed a gang with his brother Frank. Who was he?

Ike Clanton
Emmett Dalton
Cole Younger
Jesse James

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Jesse James



History: 1980s Nostalgia: It Happened in the 80s
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6. Which famous singer died from anorexia nervosa at the age of 32 in 1983?

Cyndi Lauper
Joan Baez
Karen Carpenter
Bonnie Raitt

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Karen Carpenter



History: Old West: Wild West
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7. What did Doc Holiday die from?

Lead poisoning from a bullet wound
Thrown from his horse
Dysentery
Tuberculosis

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Tuberculosis



History: 2000s History: That's News to Me (5)
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8. What 40th anniversary was commemorated on 22nd November 2003?

the death of John F. Kennedy
the first man on the moon
the first man in space
the first Concorde

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the death of John F. Kennedy



History: Famous Dates: Important Historical Dates: Britain and America
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9. The attempt by Philip II, King of Spain, to invade England failed disastrously. In which year did he send his Armada to conquer England?

1588
1510
1599
1555

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1588



History: World War II: Some Crucial Battles of WWII
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10. This battle decided the fate of Britain. A four month battle between the RAF and the Luftwaffe. Both tried to control the skies.

The Battle of Britain
The Battle of the Atlantic
The Battle of Falaise
Operation Sealion

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The Battle of Britain
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:45 pm

Movies

Movies: Name It - Tough +/-10: Movie Musical Characters
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1. What musical featured characters Vince Fontaine, Coach Calhoun, Cha Cha deGregorio, and Patty Simcox?

Fame
Saturday Night Fever
Bye Bye Birdie
Grease

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Grease



Movies: L: Christopher Lambert Movies
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2. Christopher Lambert was once married to an actress whose career has bloomed recently, featuring in movies such as 'The Glass House' and 'The Perfect Storm.' Who is she?

Reese Witherspoon
Karen Allen
Diane Lane
Demi Moore

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Diane Lane



Movies: Players - Average 10: Name the Actor/Actress
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3. Who plays Louanne Johnson in the movie "Dangerous Minds"?

Drew Barrymore
Meryl Streep
Christina Applegate
Michelle Pfeiffer

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Michelle Pfeiffer



Movies: Players - Average +/- 10: Comedy Movie Actors and Characters, Part II
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4. Who played Kenny Fisher, Duane Cody, and Scott Evil?

David Alan Grier
Mark Wahlberg
Verne Troyer
Seth Green

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Seth Green



Movies: Christmas Movies: What Christmas Movie Am I? - Part 2
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5. Are you getting in the holiday spirit? Are you ready to ask Santa Clause for something special? Maybe you’d like what Danny Kaye wanted one year. What was that he wanted in that song again?

Two front teeth
Two bags of toys
Two reindeer
Two dozen toys

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Two front teeth



Movies: Players - Average 10: Musicians Turned Actors
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6. Who appeared in "Chastity", "Mask", and "Suspect"?

Cher
Whitney Houston
Tina Turner
Aretha Franklin

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Cher



Movies: Cage, Nicolas: The Film History of Nicolas Cage
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7. Nicolas Cage received some acting accolades after co-starring with which 1980s Hollywood leading lady in the film 'Peggy Sue Got Married'?

Glenn Close
Jessica Lange
Kathleen Turner
Angelica Houston

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Kathleen Turner



Movies: B: Adam Baldwin
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8. Adam Baldwin plays Major Mitchell in this 1996 blockbuster, which also stars Mary McDonnell and Randy Quaid.

Independence Day
Titanic
Twister
Saving Private Ryan

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Independence Day



Movies: Degrees - Easy +/- 10: 14 Degrees of Kevin Bacon in 'Name The Movie'
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9. Kenneth White and Gabriel Jarret are in this little-known drama from 2001. A matter-of-fact, strait-laced state executioner is humanized, when he befriends a man on death row.

Forrest Gump
Porky's
Last Days
Real Genius

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Last Days



Movies: Degrees - Average 10: 10 Degrees of Ed Harris
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10. Heath Ledger and Mary Jo Deschanel are in this movie about a pacifist drawn into the Revolutionary War when his young son is killed by a British commander.

The Patriot
1776
Barry Lyndon
Drums Along the Mohawk

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The Patriot
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sat Feb 02, 2013 3:55 pm

Music

Music: Australian Music: Finish the Lyric: 1980s Australian Classics
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1. What are the missing words in this song? "Travelling in a fried-out combie, on a hippy trail, head full full of zombie. I met a strange lady,____________________".

"she wore a necklace"
"she made me nervous"
"she gave me tremors"
"she passed me slowly"

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"she made me nervous"



Music: Finish The Lyric: Lost for Words! 10
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2. "Close your ______ and I'll kiss you Tomorrow I'll miss you Remember I'll always be true." A classic tune from the Beatles, but which word is missing?

mouth
curtains
lips
eyes

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eyes



Music: Which Song Is It: Classic Rock Lyrics
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3. What city finishes the Marc Cohn song, "Walking in ______"?

Orlando
Memphis
New York
Providence

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Memphis



Music: Finish The Lyric: Lost for Words! 11
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4. "But the biggest kick I ever got Was doing a thing called the Crocodile Rock While the other kids were Rocking Round the ______ We were hopping and bopping to the Crocodile Rock" What are they rocking around?

block
rock
crock
clock

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clock



Music: R and B, Rap, and Hip-Hop: Sweet R&B Part 1
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5. "Full Moon" is a hit single and the album title for which artist?

Monica
Brandy
Deborah Cox
Michelle Williams

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Brandy



Music: Music from 1967: 1967 - Let It All Hang Out
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6. "Why do all the boys just pass you by Could it be you just don't try or is it the clothes you wear You're always window shopping but never stopping to buy So shed those dowdy feathers and fly... a little bit" Who was this gal?

Pretty Ballerina
Carrie Ann
Georgy Girl
Lovely Rita

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Georgy Girl



Music: Women in Music: Pop Divas
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7. Who sang 'I will Always Love You' from the movie 'The Bodyguard'?

Tina Turner
Mariah Carey
Whitney Houston
Madonna

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Whitney Houston



Music: Classical Music: Easy Orff
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8. Carl Orff was born (in 1895) and died (1982) in this Bavarian capital, where he studied with Heinrich Kaminski. The city is also the home of "Oktoberfest" and hosted the 1972 Olympics.

Prague
Berlin
Munich
Vienna

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Munich



Music: Music Grab Bag: Musical Inspiration
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9. To whom did Elton John rewrite his song "Candle in the Wind"?

Elizabeth Taylor
Marilyn Monroe
Princess Diana of Wales
Grace Kelly

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Princess Diana of Wales



Music: Music Mixture: Forgetful Fred listens to Music!
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10. I can't remember this guy's name! But I do remember that when he accepted his Oscar for Best Song, everyone was afraid he'd cause a scene. However, he shocked his critics by quietly and calmly accepting the award. What artist was it?

Phil Collins
Eminem
James Horner
John Williams

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Eminem
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sun Feb 03, 2013 4:06 pm

History

History: Ancient Egypt: Egypt and the Pharaohs
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1. In ancient Egyptian religion the sun is worshipped by many names, the most common name of the sun-god is?

Seth
Je
Kar
Re or Ra

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Re or Ra



History: 1970s Nostalgia: Do You Remember 1973?
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2. In 1973 which woman tennis player beat Bobby Riggs at the Houston Astrodome?

Chris Evert
Margaret Smith Court
Evonne Goolagong
Billie Jean King

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Billie Jean King



History: 1960s Nostalgia: Do You Remember 1962?
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3. What Edward Albee play made its first appearance on Broadway?

Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf
A Delicate Balance
Three Tall Women
Seascape

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Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf



History: War History: Conquest and Conflict
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4. Although Sitting Bull is most often associated with Custer's defeat at Little Bighorn, this Indian leader also played a key role:

Joseph
Pontiac
Crazy Horse
Tecumseh

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Crazy Horse



History: Italian: Medici Family
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5. Lorenzo's work in building Florence's splendour was widely known and as such he was given a nickname. What was that nickname?

The Magnificent
The Second
The Great
The Fantastic

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The Magnificent



History: Civil War: Civil War Oddities
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6. How did Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston die?

Land Mine
Heat stroke
Pneumonia
Gunshot

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Pneumonia



History: 1970s History: The Real 70s (Mainly American)
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7. In the early 1970s, many people were seen participating in this fad. The participants had to be naked to do so. The fad even was seen at the 1973 Oscar telecast. What was the name of this eye opening fad?

Mooning
Streaking
Love Ins
Body Painting

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Streaking



History: Spanish: Second Spanish Republic
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8. Which Communist leader was known as La Pasionaria?

Santiago Carrillo
Dolores Ibárruri
Andreu Nin
Carmen Polo

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Dolores Ibárruri



History: Civil War: The American Civil War
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9. Although Jefferson Davis took office in the original Confederate capital in Montgomery, Alabama, the Confederate capitol was moved from there to another city after the battle of Fort Sumter. Where was the Confederate capital moved to?

Raleigh, North Carolina
Richmond, Virginia
Columbia, South Carolina
St. Louis, Missouri

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Richmond, Virginia



History: Famous Dates: On This Day: VII
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10. April 22nd, 1984 saw a breakthrough in identifying a new type of human cancer, a T-cell lymphotropic virus, that without a cure would kill any human who carried it, but what was this virus?

Acquired Immune Death Sentence
Acute Immune Digestive Sclerosis
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Actual Immune Deficiency Sarcoid

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Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Mon Feb 04, 2013 3:26 pm

Literature

Literature: Literary Titles: Name That Book!
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1. This old man went fishing for 84 days and DIDN'T catch a thing! Talk about bad luck! He manages to catch a marlin and....well, I ain't tellin' ya! What is the name of this novella?

Dorf on Fishing
The Sun Also Rises
The Old Man and the Sea
For Whom the Bell Tolls

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The Old Man and the Sea



Literature: Mystery & Detective Fiction: Literary Murder
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2. 'Lord of the Flies' deals with the murderous impulses of what group?

The Elderly
Children
Pacifists
The Very Religious

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Children



Literature: Literature by Region: Scandinavian Writers
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3. Thor Heyerdahl, author of the popular non-fiction adventure story 'Kon-Tiki', is from what country?

Sweden
Norway
Iceland
Denmark

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Norway



Literature: Literary Titles: More Titles Explained
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4. Who was 'The Count of Monte Cristo'?

Edmund Dantes
Jacob Marley
Richlieu
Count Vronsky

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Edmund Dantes



Literature: Famous Last Lines: Last Lines of Famous Novels
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5. 'He would be there all night, and he would be there when Jem waked up in the morning.'

Native Son
Of Mice and Men
Silas Marner
To Kill A Mockingbird

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To Kill A Mockingbird



Literature: Plays: Modern Drama
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6. Whose plays include 'Betrayal' and 'Old Times'?

Harold Pinter
Timberlake Wertenbaker
John Osborne
Caryl Churchill

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Harold Pinter



Literature: Mixed Literature: Books
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7. In what book would we find the characters Rat, Mole, Badger, and Toad?

Peter Rabbit
Watership Down
The Wind In the Willows
The Wizard of Oz

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The Wind In the Willows



Literature: Legends, Fables and Fairy Tales: Fabled Headlines
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8. "Second False Alarm! Won't Answer Another, Townsfolk Say!"

The Ugly Duckling
The Shepherd's Boy (aka The Boy Who Cried Wolf)
The Lion and the Mouse
The Fox and the Grapes

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The Shepherd's Boy (aka The Boy Who Cried Wolf)



Literature: French Literature: French Literature 842 - 1980
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9. "Vingt Ans Après" By Alexandre Dumas the Elder is a sequel to which of his other novels?

Les Trois Mousquetaires
Le Collier de la Reine
La Reine Margot
La Dame de Monsoreau

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Les Trois Mousquetaires



Literature: Young Adult Fiction: The Assorted Teen Bookshelf
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10. This series is about a group of baby-sitters from Connecticut. Throughout the series there’s an average of seven baby-sitters involved.

The Secret Seven
The Baby-sitters Club
Nancy Drew
Teen Power Inc.

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The Baby-sitters Club
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:55 pm

Trivia

World: Asian Cultures: Samurai Culture and History
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1. Samurai was a class of Japanese warriors in the service of what leader?

Mercenary
Thieves
Shogun
Bandits

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Shogun



World: Airports & Airlines: Airline Classes
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2. This is easy. You are at the check-in counter for passengers travelling in 'L'Espace', what airline are you going to fly?

Air France
Air Lib
Air Canada
AOM

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Air France



World: U.S. Vice-Presidents: Aaron Burr
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3. Whom did Burr kill in a duel in Weehawken,NJ in 1804?

Andrew Hamilton
Benedict Arnold
John Randolph
Alexander Hamilton

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Alexander Hamilton



World: Worldwide Greetings!: How Do You Say ...?
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4. How do you say "Indonesian" in Indonesian?

Polski
Francois
Norsk
Bahasa Indonesia

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Bahasa Indonesia



World: U.S. Commercials: Popular American TV Commercials
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5. Juan Valdez is the spokesman for which kind of coffee?

100% Colombian Coffee
Taster's Choice
Folger's
Maxwell House

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100% Colombian Coffee



World: Museums & Art Galleries: Cities of the World's Most Famous Museums
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6. Finally a museum with an English name! Where is the Tate Gallery?

London and Liverpool
Chicago and St Louis (Missouri)
New York and Boston
Vancouver and Calgary

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London and Liverpool



World: Jefferson, Thomas: The 3rd US President
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7. Thomas Jefferson is the founder of which college?

College of William and Mary
University of Virginia
Harvard
Yale

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University of Virginia



World: U.K. Politics: The 1987 British General Election
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8. Who was elected Prime Minister in 1987?

Margaret Thatcher
Norman Tebbit
Enoch Powell
Ian Gilmour

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Margaret Thatcher



World: Business World: Pizza Hut
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9. Pizza Hut use an acronym - C.H.A.M.P.S. This is used by managers and mystery customers to assess certain aspects of each restaurant. What does CHAMPS stand for?

Cleanliness, Hospitality, Accuracy, Maintenance, Product, Speed
Confrontation, Hospitals, Advertising, Morons, Poisoning, Spew
Customers, Housekeeping, Acumen, Maintenance, Perfection, Security
Care, Help, Advantage, Mindfulness, Persistence, Success

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Cleanliness, Hospitality, Accuracy, Maintenance, Product, Speed



World: Spanish: How's Your Spanish Vocabulary?
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10. How would '¡Buenos dias!' be translated?

Good night!
Good evening!
See you later!
Good day!

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Good day!
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:17 pm

Trivia

World: Organizations: Terrorist Organisations
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1. Which terrorist organisation was responsible for the suicide attack on US and French marine barracks in 1983 that killed 297 soldiers?

Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Palestinian Liberation Front
Hezbollah
Hamas

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Hezbollah



World: Polish: Basic Polish For The Tourist
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2. Suppose you are looking for the 'market square' somewhere, which of these signs would point out the right direction?

Zamek
Rynek
Kosciol
Klasztor

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Rynek



World: UK Commercials: Typical British Shopping List
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3. I need some nice relaxing herbal bath salts, what are those famous ones called?

Savlon
Roses
Radian B
Radox

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Radox



World: U.S. Vice-Presidents: US Vice-Presidents
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4. Which VP resigned office, besides Agnew?

Elbridge Gerry
John N. Carner
John C. Breckinridge
John C. Calhoun

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John C. Calhoun



World: Presidential Trivia: Even More Presidential Facts
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5. Which US president was nicknamed, the "First Bigamist President"?

Ulysses S. Grant
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Jackson
Thomas Jefferson

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Andrew Jackson



World: IATA Codes: Musical Airport Codes Volume 2
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6. I'm flying to JOE. What is my destination?

Joinville, SC, Brazil
Jiayuguan, China
Joensuu, Finland
Jesolo, Italy

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Joensuu, Finland



World: French: Asterix 4: 'Astérix gladiateur'
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7. Obélix fait un pari avec Astérix (bien que celui-ci n’y participe pas) qu’il va assomer plus de romains que son ami. Par quel mésure Obélix propose-t-il de désigner le gagnant au pari ?

L’un qui rapporte le plus de casques
Rien que sa parole d’honneur
L’un qui rapporte le plus de boucliers
L'un qui n'arrete pas

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L’un qui rapporte le plus de casques



World: Lincoln, Abraham: The 16th President of the USA
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8. Mary Todd became Mrs. Lincoln in November 1842. The Rev. Charles Dresser married them at ________ ?

City Hall
Mary Todd's sister's home
the Globe Tavern
the Reverend's house

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Mary Todd's sister's home



World: Filipino: Pangasinan Nouns Part Two
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9. If your cousin is a "bii", what does that imply about them?

they are rude
they are not related to you by blood
they are male
they are female


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they are female


World: French: Vive les G!
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10. Si vous avez un grumeau dans votre purée de pommes de terre?

It's flakes
It's an eye
It's peeling
It's a lump

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It's a lump
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:26 pm

History

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

Mount St. Helens
Kiliminjaro
Mt. Everest
Mount Washington

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Mount St. Helens



History: Massachusetts History: Plymouth, Massachusetts
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2. In the late 1700's, Mother Crewe (who was considered a witch) cursed Ansel Ring, his wife and their family. They all eventually died untimely and horrific deaths. In what Massachusetts city did the famous witch trials take place nearly 100 years earlier?

Salem
Quincy
Fall River
Never Never Land

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Salem



History: Famous Dates: A Day To Remember
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3. It happened November 22, 1963.

John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas
Bay of Pigs incident
Martin Luther King Jr. was killed
Cuban Missile Crisis began

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John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas



History: U.S. History: Forgotten Already
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4. Who was Franklin Roosevelt's wife?

Phoebe
Sally
Madonna
Eleanor

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Eleanor



History: 1990s History: Sequel to "We Didn't Start the Fire"
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5. "William Clinton, Desert Storm, Marion Barry, Moseley-Braun, Norman Schwarzkopf, Boris Yeltsin, Seattle 90’s Grunge"
Phrase/Hint: First African Woman to be elected into the Senate.

Desert Storm
William Clinton
Seattle's 90's Grunge
Moseley-Braun

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Moseley-Braun



History: Medieval History: Key Terms of Medieval Times
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6. Noble qualities that knights aspired to.

Chivalry
Treaty
Bushido
Nobility

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Chivalry



History: 1950s Nostalgia: Remembering the 50s - 1954 Americana
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7. According to its 1954 advertising slogan, what candy "...melts in your mouth, not in your hand"?

Sugar Babies
Payday
M&Ms
Lifesavers

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M&Ms



History: Disasters: The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
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8. What was the problem with the outside fire escape?

It was made of iron and became extremely hot.
All of these.
It fell away from the building under the weight of people exiting.
It didn't extend all the way to the ground.

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All of these.



History: 1970s Nostalgia: Remembering the 70s - 1974 Americana
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9. What Brooklyn-born singer, who started out singing fast food and soft drink commercials, hit it big time with "Mandy"?

Barry Manilow
Peter Wolf
Andy Kim
Mick Taylor

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Barry Manilow



History: Persian Empire: Ancient Persia
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10. Which mythical animal, with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion, was depicted in Persian architecture?

Griffin
Centaur
Ibex
Ramshush

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Griffin
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Fri Feb 08, 2013 3:01 pm

Movies

Movies: Movies Bonds and Acrostics: Duh, Who Am I?
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1. I'm the first letter of the alphabet or I'm the missing word in this movie. "____ View to Kill", what letter am I?

An
I
A
Oh

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A



Movies: Grant, Hugh: All About Hugh Grant
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2. In "Notting Hill", what kind of shop did Hugh Grant's character own?

Book shop
Candle shop
Coffee shop
Wine shop

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Book shop



Movies: P: Bill Paxton Movies
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3. Bill played a car salesman named Simon who was supposedly having an affair with Arnold's Schwarzenegger's wife in this action/comedy. Also stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Arnold.

Predator 2
A Simple Plan
Future Shock
True Lies

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True Lies



Movies: Common Titles: Movies with Fruit in the Title.
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4. What was the title of Stanley Kubrick's controversial movie about brain-washing released in Great Britain in 1971?

Poisoned Orange
The Love of an Orange
A Clockwork Orange
Bitter Oranges

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A Clockwork Orange



Movies: Oscars - Best Picture: Academy Awards: Best Picture
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5. Which of these movies received the Oscar for Best Picture, and only a few choice awards, in 1972?

Sounder
Cabaret
The Godfather
Deliverance

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The Godfather



Movies: Name It - Easy: Test Your Knowledge of These Blockbusters
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6. (1996) This movie is about a sports agent who discovers love and his conscience with the help of a very boisterous and talented wide receiver. A line used throughout the movie by both the sports agent and his wide receiver is, "show me the money!"

Any Given Sunday
Wildcats
The Replacements
Jerry Maguire

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Jerry Maguire



Movies: Degrees - Average 10: Ten Degrees of Orlando Bloom
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7. Stockard Channing stars in a movie with John Travolta. It features songs like "You're the One That I Want" and "Worse Things I Could Do".

Grease
Grease 2
Rent
Carbaret

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Grease



Movies: Taglines - Tough: Movie Taglines
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8. What was the tagline to "Forever Young"?

"Time waits for no man, but true love waits forever."
"This was the era that belonged to young people - but mostly it belonged to a shy, lanky guy... The screen has never come so close to the heart of a man!"
"They couldn't hear him. They couldn't see him. But he was there when they needed him... Even after he was gone."
"Murder. Blackmail. Temptation. Redemption. It's been a busy week."

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"Time waits for no man, but true love waits forever."



Movies: O'Toole, Peter: Peter O'Toole Movies
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9. O'Toole also starred in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips". Who was Chips?

Doctor
Teacher
Judge
Writer

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Teacher



Movies: Movies Bonds and Acrostics: What Movie Am I?
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10. Actor #2 appeared in "The French Connection", "Enemy of the State", and "The Royal Tenenbaums".

Jon Voigt
Al Pacino
Richard Thomas
Gene Hackman

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Gene Hackman
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sat Feb 09, 2013 3:40 pm

Music

Music: Which Song Is It: Guess The Author or Title
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1. 'Girls just want to have fun'.

Madonna
Tina Turner
Janet Jackson
Cyndi Lauper

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Cyndi Lauper



Music: Name the Song: Country Music Classics Song Titles
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2. 'Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come ______'

Back
Home
In
Up

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Home



Music: Name the Song: Real Country Songs No.12
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3. 'The ----- is on' (George Jones)

Race
Walk
Run
Drive

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Race



Music: Which Song Is It: Lyrics To Sing By
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4. 'I bet you didn't know it but I'm a fiddle player too and if you care to take a dare I'll make a bet with you'

'The Legend of the Wooly Swamp'
'Dueling Banjos'
'Always on my Mind'
'The Devil Went Down to Georgia'

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'The Devil Went Down to Georgia'



Music: 1990s Lyrics: Lyrics To Popular '90s Rock Songs
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5. 'I'm a creep, I'm a weirdo, what the hell am I doing here?'

Blur
Muse
Coldplay
Radiohead

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Radiohead



Music: Canadian Music: Canadian Music
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6. Name Loverboy's first two singles.

'Stand Tall and Fine State of Affairs'
'Hidin' From Love and Straight From The Heart'
'Turn Me Loose and The Kid Is Hot Tonight'
'Sunglasses At Night and Never Surrender'

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'Turn Me Loose and The Kid Is Hot Tonight'.



Music: Which Band?: Which Band Are They In?
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7. How are Mr. Timberlake, Mr. Bass, Mr. Fatone, Mr. Chasez, and Mr. Kirkpatrick better known?

5ive
Westlife
N'Sync
BbMak

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N'Sync



Music: Opera: Famous Italian Operas
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8. Which Italian opera deals with a rather man-hating princess who frightens off her admirers with complicated riddles and the threat of instant execution if they cannot solve them?

Turandot
Thais
Cola Rienzi
Jenufa

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Turandot



Music: 1980s Music: Music of the 80s: Part II
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9. In what 1989 song did Billy Joel give us an exhaustive list of 20th century historical events?

Famous Last Words
We Didn't Start the Fire
Storm Front
Good Night Saigon

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We Didn't Start the Fire



Music: Name the Singer: Classic Country Name The Artist
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10. "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"

Loretta Lynn
Janie Fricke
Lynn Anderson
Crystal Gayle

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Crystal Gayle
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:57 pm

History

History: World History: History 106
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1. Why did the Protestant Reformation take place?

No one knows
Martin Luther wanted attention
It was the result of objections to Catholic doctrine and practices
Obscure religious leaders wanted power

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It was the result of objections to Catholic doctrine and practices



History: World History: Treaties Which Have Changed the World
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2. Which treaty ended the World War I hostilities between the Allies and Germany?

Treaty of Utrecht
Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Frankfurt
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

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Treaty of Versailles



History: Civil War: The Civil War - Part I
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3. Which of these persons or groups were confined to the "Old Capitol Prison?"

Henry Wirz
All
Lincoln Conspirators
Rose O'Neal

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All



History: Nazi Germany: Adolf Hitler, "Der Fuhrer"
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4. What was the name of his book that made him very rich during his later life?

Mein Eigentum
Mein Schlacht
Mein Kampf
Mein Haß

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Mein Kampf



History: WW2 Maritime: The USS Indianapolis
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5. Who was Captain of the Indianapolis?

Captain Charles B. McVay
Captain Joseph Hunt
Captain Husband Kimmel
Captain Isadora Fish

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Captain Charles B. McVay



History: U.S. History: American Firsts
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6. Who was the first American on the moon?

Buzz Aldrin
John Glenn
Ernie Epps
Neil Armstrong

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Neil Armstrong



History: World War I: World War I Trivia
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7. What is the real name of the best German Ace during World War I?

Ernst Udet
Erich Loewenhardt
Werner Voss
Manfred von Richthofen

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Manfred von Richthofen



History: Romans in Britain: An Ancient Battle for Britain
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8. The Roman soldiers were generally better equipped than their Celtic counterparts. In the conflict between British and Roman forces in the 1st century, which of the following troops wore little or no body armor?

All wore substantial body armor
Roman infantry
Celtic foot soldiers
Roman auxiliaries

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Celtic foot soldiers



History: Mixed Bag: Famous Firsts
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9. Who was the first person to sucessfully fly non-stop, solo across the Atlantic Ocean?

Wilbur Wright
Amelia Earhart
Charles Lindbergh
Orville Wright

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Charles Lindbergh



History: 1950s Nostalgia: Early Blooming Boomers: The Early Years (American)
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10. My parents purchased their first new (as opposed to previously owned) car in 1952. It was a Ford. How much did it cost?

About $4,000
About $8,000
About $6,000
About $2,000

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About $2,000
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:03 pm

Literature

Literature: British Literature: Scottish Literature
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1. Who wrote 'The 39 Steps'?

John Buchan
Eric Linklater
Neil M Gunn
A J Cronin

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John Buchan



Literature: Ancient Greek Drama: Oedipus
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2. Where did Oedipus live with his adoptive parents?

Thebes
Sparta
Athens
Corinth

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Corinth



Literature: Literary Terms & Quotes: Book Quotes
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3. "Please, sir. I want some more."

Animorphs
Gathering Blue
Oliver Twist
The Thief Lord

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Oliver Twist



Literature: Children's Literature: ASOUE: "The Grim Grotto," by Lemony Snicket
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4. All of the following are true statements about Fiona except:

Fiona had triangular shaped glasses as an infant, and still had triangular shaped glasses.
In the search of the Gorgonian Grotto, Fiona found a letter written from one of the Snicket siblings to Count Olaf.
Fiona gave Klaus a good-bye kiss as she left the Queequeg for the last time.
Fiona found the cook's constant optimism to be a bit tiresome.

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In the search of the Gorgonian Grotto, Fiona found a letter written from one of the Snicket siblings to Count Olaf..



Literature: Romeo and Juliet: What's Missing From 'Romeo and Juliet'? - Part 1
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5. Fill in the missing words from 'Romeo and Juliet'. "I am hurt;-- A _____ o' both your houses!"

Curse
Plague
Cloud
Prayer

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Plague



Literature: Poetry: I Read Some Byron and Shelley and Keats...
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6. Fill in the blanks: "To see a World in a _____ ___ ______ / And a Heaven in a _____ _____ / Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand / And Eternity in an ____"

grain of sand, high tower, hour
distant land, high tower, hour
distant land, wild flower, hour
grain of sand, wild flower, hour

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grain of sand, wild flower, hour



Literature: As You Like It: As You Like It
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7. Who utters these immortal lines: 'All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.'?

Touchstone
Rosalind
Duke Senior
Jaques

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Jaques



Literature: Children's Literature: Harry Potter vs. Mythology
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8. Out of some of the curses in Harry Potter, which one means "absolute control?"

Imperius Curse
Conjunctivitus Curse
Cruciatus Curse
Avada Kedavra

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Imperius Curse



Literature: Literary Terms & Quotes: Contemporaries - Quotations - 2
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9. Who opined "No man is an island" ?

John Donne
Edmund Spenser
Sir Philip Sidney
William Shakespeare

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John Donne



Literature: Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespeare's ' Much Ado About Nothing'
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10. What is Don Pedro's minstrel's name?

Bottom
Balthazar
Belinda
Verges

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Balthazar
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:08 pm

Trivia

World: Unusual Laws: A Test of Dumb Laws
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1. In Cleveland, Ohio, it is illegal to catch what without a hunting license?

Mice
A cold
Mimi Bobek
A cab

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Mice



World: German: The German Language
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2. 'Du hast' roughly translates to what?

have her
he has
they have
you have

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you have



World: Naval Forces: US Navy Ships
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3. Which of the following distinctions does the current USS Enterprise (CVN-65) hold?

First to handle jet aircraft
Fastest ship in the US Fleet
Only aircraft carrier to survive Pearl Harbor attack
World's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier

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World's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier



World: Kennedy, John F.: More on the JFK Assassination
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4. Which of the following had antagonism toward JFK that could have provided a motive for assassination?

Big Business and Right Wing factions
Disenchanted Cuban factions
All of them
CIA and Organized Crime factions

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All of them



World: U.S. Politics: Who was in the 2000 Cabinet?
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5. Who was the Secretary of Defense?

Josiah Bartlet
Hollie West
Oscar Mayer
William Cohen

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William Cohen



World: Egyptian Politics: World Leaders - Anwar Sadat
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6. With whom did Sadat plot the coup of the Egyptian government?

Yasir Arafat
Muammar Qaddafi
Jawaharlal Nehru
Gamal Abdel Nasser

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Gamal Abdel Nasser



World: French: What's the Correct Answer
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7. How would you say "at eight o'clock"?

A onze heures.
A cinq heures.
A huit heures.
A dix heures.

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A huit heures.



World: Organizations: NAFTA
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8. What does NAFTA stand for?

North American Transportation Association
North African Free Trade Act
North American Free Trade Agreement
New Arkansas Free Transam Act

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North American Free Trade Agreement



World: Business World: Henri Fayol: Management Principles
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9. Fayol emphasised on the need for team work in completing objectives and in the principle “In union, there is strength”. What term did Fayol use for expressing this?

Strike
Esprit de Corps
Gonads Gardi
Eau de Toilette

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Esprit de Corps



World: Corporations: Corporate Scandals
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10. Which American politician was formerly the CEO of Halliburton, a construction company alleged to have improperly booked US$100 million in cost overruns before customers agreed to pay them?

Bob Dole
George W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Dick Cheney

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Dick Cheney
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Re: Daily Quiz

Postby Tonyblack » Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:06 pm

Trivia

World: Welsh: A Day Out with Dai!
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1. You're safely on the train, and as it pulls slowly out of the station, Dai waves to you. How do you say goodbye to him?

Twdel pyp
Faerwel
Gwdbai
Hwyl fawr

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Hwyl fawr



World: Chinese: Chinese Tones
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2. An easy one to start us off: What are the tones for 'cheng (accomplish, become complete) yu (words, language)'?

3, 2
3, 4
2, 1
2, 3

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2, 3



World: World Leaders: Identify the World Leader 2004 - Part II
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3. Considered by many to be Europe’s last dictator, he qualified as a teacher following his 1985 graduation from the Belorussian Agricultural Academy and was elected as President of Belarus in 1994.

Leonid Kuchma
Stanislav Shushkevich
Alexander Lukashenko
Sergey Sidorsky

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Alexander Lukashenko



World: Chinese: Chinese Culture... In Chinese
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4. If one character represents one written Chinese symbol, then how many characters are Chinese idioms commonly made up of?

three
four
six
five

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four



World: Norwegian: A Light-Hearted Norwegian Quiz!
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5. What would you do with a "datamaskin"?

Fix your car engine
Cook
Use for typing, receiving and sending e-mail and much else besides
Wash

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Use for typing, receiving and sending e-mail and much else besides



World: Latin: What Declension and Gender Are These?
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6. Where would you find the word "tempus, temporis"?

2nd declension, neuter
2nd declension, degenerate masculine
2nd declension, feminine
3rd declension, neuter

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3rd declension, neuter



World: Greek: Ancient Greek-- The First Aorist
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7. How does one form the first aorist of a stem that ends in a palatal stop, like kappa, gamma, or khi? What is the correct first aorist of "phrassO," "fence in, fortify"?

ephrasa
ephrapsa
ephrasssa
ephraxa

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ephraxa



World: Volkswagen: Air Cooled Volkswagens
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8. Volkswagen, like most automakers, expanded its production into other countries. Beside Germany, where has Volkswagen produced Volkswagens?

Belgium, Canada, Egypt
Poland, Australia, UK
Mexico, Brazil, USA
Brazil, Mexico, Sweden

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Mexico, Brazil, USA



World: Motorcycles: Motorcycles In America
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9. Which of these types of motorcycles can travel at all legal highway speeds?

Mopeds
Trailing bikes
Street bikes
Minibikes

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Street bikes



World: World Leaders: World Leader 2005
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10. Chandrika Kumaratunga was president of which country in 2005?

Bangladesh
Sri Lanka
India
Pakistan

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Sri Lanka
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