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Daily Quiz #1012

General Knowledge Quiz for 26 October 2011

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Which moon of Jupiter is named after a divine hero in Greek mythology whose homeland was Troy who was abducted by Zeus in the form of an eagle to serve as cupbearer to the gods and as Zeus's beloved?

A
Callisto
B
Ganymede
C
Europa
D
Io
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2

Basel, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Mainz, Koblenz, Bonn, Cologne and Düsseldorf are on which river?

A
Limpopo
B
Thames
C
Rhine
D
Swan
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3

Ansel Adams and Terence Donovan were prominent in what field?

A
High jump
B
Sculpture
C
Photography
D
Boxing
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4

What is "guacamole"?

A
Cake dipped in coffee
B
Soup, served cold
C
An avocado-based dip
D
Highly spiced sausage
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5

On 2 February 1997, Jeremy Sonnenfeld of Nebraska, USA, was the first to be recognised by the American Bowling Congress to do what while playing ten-pin bowling?

A
Roll 40 points in a single game
B
Roll a perfect single game score of 300
C
Roll 10 consecutive strikes
D
Roll 3 perfect games of 300 in a 3-game series
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6

Who plays Meredith Grey in the US TV series "Grey's Anatomy"?

A
Ellen Pompeo
B
Katherine Heigl
C
Eva Longoria Parker
D
Anna Paquin
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7

What was the code-name for the reporters Bernstein and Woodward's contact during their investigation of the "Watergate" scandal?

A
Deep Throat
B
Deep Thought
C
Deep Well
D
Deep Waters
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