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Daily Quiz #587

General Knowledge Quiz for 27 August 2010

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1

Which of these is a New Zealand tennis pair who won the junior men's doubles at Wimbledon in 1993?

A
Tony Wilding and Josiah Ritchie
B
James Greenhalgh and Steven Downs
C
Peter McNamara and Paul McNamee
D
Roy Emerson and Rod Laver
Select from the options above.
2

What was organised by Catherine de Medici, Queen Mother, France, to crush the Huguenots in August 1572 at the wedding of Henry of Navarre to Marguerite, sister of Charles IX, that resulted in the death of around 30,000 people?

A
The Guns of Navarone
B
St Valentine's Day Massacre
C
Massacre of St Bartholomew
D
The Crush of the Huguenots
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3

Who succeeded Prince Rainier of Monaco?

A
Prince Albert
B
Princess Caroline
C
Elizabeth II
D
President Franco
Select from the options above.
4

The Pyrenees mountain range is on which continent?

A
South America
B
Asia
C
Europe
D
Australia
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5

Which of these statements is incorrect?

A
The square of an odd number is always an even number
B
The sum of two whole numbers, whether they are odd or even, is always a whole number
C
The sum of two numbers, where both are either odd or even, is always an even number
D
The sum of an even number and an odd number is always an odd number
Select from the options above.
6

Where would you find the Koh-I-Noor and the Cullinan?

A
Indian agriculture
B
Tibetan mountains
C
Nirvana
D
British crown jewels
Select from the options above.
7

Who were Mr and Mrs Munster in the 1960s TV series?

A
Lily and Herman
B
Mary and Gregory
C
Grace and Will
D
Cornucopia and Flange
Select from the options above.
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