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Daily Quiz #81

General Knowledge Quiz for 8 April 2009

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1

What name is given to the "house" constructed by beavers?

A
Lodge
B
Mansion
C
Castle
D
Cottage
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2

Which of these is a compound word?

A
Motel
B
Verandah
C
Baseball
D
Window
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3

In the 1960s, Margaret Rutherford starred in four films as which famous detective?

A
Cordelia Gray
B
Maude Silver
C
Kay Scarpetta
D
Miss Marple
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4

Members of which family were, at various times, Kings or Emperors of Germany, Austria, Rome, Hungary, Spain and Bohemia between 1273 and 1918?

A
Medici
B
Hapsburg
C
Saxe-Coburg
D
Romanoff
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5

From 2008 Ferrari provided cars (a modification of the F1 Ferrari F2004 chassis) with a V8 engine for which 'single make' motor racing series?

A
NASCAR
B
Australian Touring Car Championship
C
Indycar Racing
D
A1 Grand Prix
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6

Swiss physician and psychologist Carl Jung was initially a disciple of whom, until he disagreed with his theories regarding the Libido etc?

A
Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
B
Clement Freud
C
Sigmund Freud
D
Friedrich Nietzsche
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7

William Randolph Hearst, Turk Murphy, Wyatt Earp and Joe DiMaggio are buried in cemeteries at Colma, where the dead outnumber the living by thousands to one. Where is Colma?

A
Denver, Colorado
B
Cimmaron County, Oklahoma
C
San Mateo County, California
D
Cheyenne County, Kansas
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