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Daily Quiz #537

General Knowledge Quiz for 8 July 2010

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According to the old song, when will I "be waiting at the k-k-kitchen door" for "K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy"?

A
The s-s-searchlight lights up the bunker
B
The s-s-sun shines over the wheatfield
C
The m-m-moon shines over the cowshed
D
The t-t-torchlight shines in the outhouse
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2

Which of these describes the children of George W Bush, ex-president of the USA, and his wife Laura?

A
Two sons and a daughter
B
A son and a daughter
C
Two daughters and a son
D
Twin daughters
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3

When was the 1 mile running race discontinued at the Olympic Games?

A
1960
B
It was never an Olympic distance
C
1904
D
1952
Select from the options above.
4

Where is the giant copper statue of a man, woman and child, known as the African Renaissance monument, that was unveiled in April 2010?

A
Dakar, Senegal
B
Harare, Zimbabwe
C
Lusaka, Zambia
D
Kampala, Uganda
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5

What is the shortest book of the Old Testament?

A
Obadiah
B
Amos
C
Exodus
D
Ruth
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6

What is the only Southeast Asian nation that has never been colonised, mainly because it had a long succession of able rulers in the 1800s, and was able to exploit the rivalry between the French and the British?

A
Thailand
B
Australia
C
Portugal
D
Pakistan
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7

What shape are the 8 faces of an octahedron?

A
Triangles
B
Squares
C
Pentagons
D
Hexagons
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