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Daily Quiz #236

General Knowledge Quiz for 10 September 2009

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1

Which Austrian, a pioneer in psycho-analysis, died in London in 1939, a refugee from Nazi persecution?

A
Carl Jung
B
Sigmund Freud
C
Heinz Kohut
D
Otto Rank
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2

What instrument is used for measuring relative humidity?

A
Macrometer
B
Hypsometer
C
Calorimeter
D
Hygrometer
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3

Who first crossed the Atlantic non-stop by air on 14 June 1919 in a Vickers Vimy from St. John's, Newfoundland to Clifden, Ireland?

A
Charles Kingsford-Smith
B
Charles Lindberg and Charles Ulm
C
Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Brown
D
Amy Johnson
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4

Where in London would you find an aluminium statue that is a memorial to the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury?

A
Hyde Park
B
Trafalgar Square
C
Marble Arch
D
Piccadilly Circus
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5

Virginia Woolf was portrayed in which of these films?

A
Living In Oblivion
B
Topsy Turvy
C
The Hours
D
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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6

Which instrument, with a range of around 3 octaves, has its lowest string tuned to C below middle C, with the others to G, D and A?

A
Violin
B
Viola
C
Cello
D
String bass
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7

Which driver won the most races in the A1GP championship in its first 3 years (2005-06, 2006-07 & 2007-08)?

A
Neel Jani (Switzerland)
B
Alexandre Premat (France)
C
Jonny Reid (New Zealand)
D
Nico H├╝lkenberg (Germany)
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