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Daily Quiz #717

General Knowledge Quiz for 4 January 2011

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1

Which of these buildings was the earliest to begin to be built?

A
Millennium Bridge
B
Royal Albert Hall
C
Westminster Abbey
D
St Paul's Cathedral
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2

"Star Trek" creator Gene Roddenberry and the writer Timothy Leary were on what famous flight together?

A
The first bombing raid in the "Battle of Berlin" on 18 / 19 November 1943
B
American Airlines Flight 11 that hit the WTC North Tower on 11 September 2001
C
"Earthview 01: The Founders Flight" into space
D
The last flight of the Concorde on 24 October 2003
Select from the options above.
3

In 2009, The Mongoose Bat was introduced into which sport, with the aim of providing 20% more power and 15% more bat speed?

A
Baseball
B
Cricket
C
Softball
D
Rounders
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4

Which company was founded and named after the inventor of vulcanised rubber in 1898, almost 4 decades after his death, by Frank Seiberling?

A
Goodyear
B
Dunlop
C
Macintosh
D
Pirelli
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5

Who was Sancho Panza companion to?

A
Basil Fawlty
B
Don Quixote
C
Gilbert Grape
D
Inspector Clouseau
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6

Which holy book consists of two parts, the Mishnah and the Gemara, the latter of which differs between the Jerusalem and Babylonian versions ?

A
The Bible
B
The Talmud
C
The Koran
D
The Tantras
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7

A state of the USA is called Rhode ... what?

A
Beach
B
Bay
C
Island
D
Harbour
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