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Daily Quiz #833

General Knowledge Quiz for 30 April 2011

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1

In the second US series of "The Office", the boss says that New York is so great that they named it twice. What did he say was the other name?

A
New York
B
Manhattan
C
New Amsterdam
D
Staten Island
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2

What sport, the season for which is March to August, has been phased out in all states in Australia except for Victoria and South Australia, and was scheduled to end in Victoria after the 2010 season?

A
Spear fishing
B
Motor racing on street circuits
C
Fox hunting
D
Steeplechase
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3

Which part of the body would be treated if the patient was suffering from bunions?

A
Back
B
Eyes
C
Feet
D
Throat
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4

Which of these comes closest to the meaning of the French phrase "Quel dommage"?

A
Terrible injury
B
Wonderful cheese
C
What a pity!
D
Happy day!
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5

If you travelled down the Missouri River from Bismarck, North Dakota, which city would you be in when you reached the ocean?

A
Dallas
B
San Francisco
C
New Orleans
D
Chicago
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6

Which of these historical periods in Britain is most recent?

A
Victorian
B
Georgian
C
Jacobean
D
Elizabethan
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7

"Runaway Jury" (2003), a film directed by Gary Fleder and starring John Cusack, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman and Rachel Weisz, is an adaption of the book by which author?

A
Reginald Rose
B
Len Deighton
C
Michael Crichton
D
John Grisham
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