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Daily Quiz #208

General Knowledge Quiz for 13 August 2009

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1

Which of these vehicles did not have gull wing doors?

A
1974 Bricklin SV-1
B
1981 DeLorean DMC-12
C
1964 MG Midget
D
1952 Mercedes Benz 300SL
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2

At which Olympic Games were there new events including BMX (men and women), swimming marathon (10 km), and for the first time, women competed in the steeplechase and some team fencing events?

A
1992, Barcelona
B
2008, Beijing
C
2004, Athens
D
2000, Sydney
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3

Which of these musicals is set in France following Napoleon's fall from power, during the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy and the uprising which ends it?

A
Annie Get Your Gun
B
Les Miserables
C
Sweet Charity
D
Cabaret
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4

Who was the British Prime Minister during the Falklands War of 1982?

A
Tony Blair
B
Margaret Thatcher
C
Harold MacMillan
D
Harold Wilson
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5

Which tree native to Mexico, South America and Central America, part of a family of flowering plants, produces a fruit (technically a large berry) that contains a pit which may be egg-shaped or spherical?

A
Avocado
B
Chinese Gooseberry (or Kiwi)
C
Pear
D
Banana
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6

The Gila Cliff Dwellings and Fort Union National Monuments are in which US State?

A
California
B
Texas
C
New Mexico
D
Omaha
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7

How many US Presidents have been assassinated by being shot?

A
3
B
4
C
2
D
1
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