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Daily Quiz #690

General Knowledge Quiz for 8 December 2010

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1

George W Bush was the second President of the USA whose father was also a President. Who was the first?

A
Andrew Jackson
B
James Monroe
C
John Quincy Adams
D
George Washington
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2

The second longest river in China, the Yellow River, is known locally as what?

A
Huang Ho
B
Hough Ho Ho
C
Gung Ho
D
Westward Ho
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3

Which of these is the name of the TV series that spawned a film made in 2008?

A
Sexing the City
B
Sex in the City
C
Sex under the City
D
Sex and the City
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4

The British Royal Mint that was established in the Tower of London in 1279 and moved to an adjacent site on Tower Hill in 1809 is now situated where?

A
Buckingham Palace, London
B
Llantrisant, South Wales
C
Glasgow, Scotland
D
Icknield Street, Birmingham, England
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5

In the first 3 years of competition for the American Football World Cup (also known as the IFAF World Cup and Gridiron World Cup), which country won twice and was runner up once?

A
Japan
B
USA
C
Mexico
D
Germany
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6

Which country, which is surrounded by South Africa, gained its independence from Britain in 1966?

A
Lesotho
B
Nyasaland
C
Bechuanaland
D
Kenya
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7

Which of these is a colourful bird found across Afro-Eurasia, notable for its distinctive 'crown' of feathers, the only species left in the family Upupidae?

A
Hulahoop
B
Raven
C
Kiwi
D
Hoopoe
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