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Daily Quiz #958

General Knowledge Quiz for 2 September 2011

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1

Quakers are also known by what name?

A
Society of Friends
B
Seventh Day Adventists
C
Mormons
D
Plymouth Brethren
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2

What element, an essential plant nutrient, is used in the semiconductor industry?

A
Flouron
B
Boron
C
Capon
D
Baguette
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3

Karol Józef Wojtyła reached the high point of his career on 16 October 1978 as what?

A
President of the Republic of Poland
B
Pope
C
Member of the satirical show "Björn Again"
D
Concert pianist
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4

Which festival in honour of a Roman god was forbidden in Rome in 186 BC?

A
Woodstock
B
Donnybrooke
C
Glastonbury
D
Bacchanalia
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5

A 1969 American western film that tells the story of two bank robbers is "Butch Cassidy and the ... what ... Kid"?

A
Sunshine
B
Sunset
C
Sundance
D
Sunspot
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6

Which of these golfers was born in Scotland?

A
Mark James
B
Nick Faldo
C
Ian Woosnam
D
Colin Montgomerie
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7

How many US states lie north of the Tropic of Cancer?

A
49
B
1
C
25
D
13
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