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Daily Quiz #712

General Knowledge Quiz for 30 December 2010

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1

Meerkats are native to which continent?

A
South America
B
Australia
C
Asia
D
Africa
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2

"I Know Him So Well" is from what musical?

A
Chess
B
Jesus Christ Superstar
C
Evita
D
Mamma Mia
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3

What is the term for a two week period?

A
Keep week
B
Bodmin
C
Semester
D
Fortnight
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4

Who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits)?

A
William Booth
B
Thomas Aquinas
C
L. Ron Hubbard
D
Ignatius Loyola
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5

How is it generally accepted that Coney Island in New York got its name?

A
It was named for cricketer Jeremy Coney
B
It was named after theatre impresario Ray Coney
C
The inhabitants had invented Coney Sauce
D
It was overrun by rabbits
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6

Archery was included in the Olympic Games in 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1920, and every time since 1972. Which country has won the most gold medals?

A
France
B
Indonesia
C
South Korea
D
Italy
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7

The phrase "Mountain Standard Time Zone" refers to which mountains?

A
Andes
B
Appalachians
C
Ural
D
Rockies
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