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Daily Quiz #892

General Knowledge Quiz for 28 June 2011

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1

Which of these is an American rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey, formed in 1983 with a singer, guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboardist David Bryan, bassist Alec John Such and drummer Tico Torres?

A
Bonne Chance
B
Bon Voyage
C
Bon Apetit
D
Bon Jovi
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2

The term "Gallic" means relating to what country?

A
France
B
Germany
C
Norway
D
Wales
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3

Who were Bert van Marwijk, Vicente del Bosque, Óscar Tabárez & Joachim Löw?

A
Cyclists in the Tour de France 2010
B
Head coaches for the semi-finalist teams in the 2010 FIFA World Cup
C
Tennis players at Wimbledon 2010
D
Formula One Racing drivers 2010
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4

English actress Lily Langtry was the mistress of whom?

A
Oliver Cromwell
B
Edward VIII
C
George Bernard Shaw
D
Edward VII
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5

Which of these is not a prime number?

A
53
B
63
C
73
D
83
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6

What historical period is commonly dated from the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century to the beginning of the Early Modern Period in the 16th century, marked by the rise of nation-states and the beginnings of European overseas expansion?

A
The Middle Ages
B
Antiquity
C
Modern Times
D
Early modern period
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7

What old English unit equalling ⅓ inch (8.46 mm) is the base for the English and the US shoe sizing system?

A
Barleycorn
B
Hand
C
Cubit
D
Nail
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