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Daily Quiz #109

General Knowledge Quiz for 6 May 2009

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1

"I'm a dot in place" has what relation to "A decimal point"?

A
Palindrome
B
Spoonerism
C
Anagram
D
Pun
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2

In the Crimean War, what did Florence Nightingale begin to be called?

A
The mother of all nurses
B
The ghost who walks
C
The lady with the lamp
D
The little sister of mercy
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3

In which film did Johnny Depp play a policeman called Ichabod Crane?

A
The Mask
B
Sleepy Hollow
C
Dumb and Dumber
D
Secret Window
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4

What is the next in the series: Williamsburg Bridge, Rutgers Street Tunnel, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge?

A
Joralemon Street Tunnel
B
Clark Street Tunnel
C
Montague Street Tunnel
D
Cranberry Street Tunnel
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5

What name was given to people who believed that James II and his descendants were the rightful rulers of Britain?

A
Scots on the rocks
B
Bonny Lads
C
Charlietans
D
Jacobites
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6

What was the original name of the board game invented by Elliot Rudell, similar to Scrabble, whereby letters can be stacked on top of others to create new words?

A
Funworder
B
Boggle
C
Upwords
D
3D Cross
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7

What is the name for the masses of lymphoid tissue between the nose and throat that are sometimes removed by an operation in cases where enlargement is having a detrimental effect on health?

A
Adenoids
B
Warts
C
Appendix
D
Tumours
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