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Daily Quiz #600

General Knowledge Quiz for 9 September 2010

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1

Del Boy from the UK TV series "Only Fools and Horses" drove what vehicle?

A
Three wheeled yellow Reliant Robin van
B
Dark green Landrover
C
Bright red Morris Oxford car
D
Black 1932 Hispano Suiza
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2

Who was behind the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, a failed attempt to overthrow the government?

A
Francisco Franco
B
Benito Mussolini
C
Adolf Hitler
D
Mao Tse Tung
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3

Where is Saskatoon?

A
Sweden
B
New York, USA
C
New South Wales, Australia
D
Saskatchewan, Canada
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4

How heavy is a US ton?

A
2,400 pounds (1,089 kilograms)
B
2,205 pounds (1,000 kilograms)
C
2,000 pounds (907 kilograms)
D
2,240 pounds (1,016 kilograms)
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5

Which Scottish biologist and pharmacologist who published many articles on bacteriology, immunology and chemotherapy, discovered the enzyme lysozyme in 1923 and an antibiotic substance from a fungus in 1928?

A
Alexander Fleming
B
Christiaan Barnard
C
Arthur Henderson
D
William Ramsay
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6

Which Olympic sport was contested in only 1904 and 1908, by teams from only 3 countries (Canada, USA and Germany) altogether?

A
Synchronised swimming
B
P├ętanque
C
Croquet
D
Lacrosse
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7

Which of these is a word for an educated, intellectual woman?

A
Bluegrass
B
Bluebird
C
Bluetooth
D
Bluestocking
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