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Daily Quiz #1415

General Knowledge Quiz for 2 December 2012

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1

Who is Rome's airport named after?

A
Leonardo Da Vinci
B
Michelangelo
C
Mussolini
D
Luciano Pavarotti
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2

In Euclidean geometry what is the definition of a triangle?

A
Quarter of a square
B
A polygon
C
A two-dimensional plane determined by any three points
D
A shape containing at least three angles
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3

Where was "the Maccabiah bridge collapse", the failure of a pedestrian bridge over the Yarkon River on 14 July 1997 which killed 4 and injured 60?

A
Pasadena, Texas, USA
B
Cornwall, England
C
Tel Aviv, Israel
D
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
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4

The last episode of what BBC series aired on 29 August 2010 after 37 years of production, making it the longest-running sitcom in the world?

A
Last of the Summer Wine
B
Emmerdale
C
Only Fools and Horses
D
Doc Martin
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5

Which of these British papers is the world's oldest Sunday newspaper?

A
The Observer
B
News of the World
C
The Guardian
D
The Independent
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6

Which of these games has 64 squares on a standard board?

A
Scrabble
B
Snakes and Ladders
C
Chess
D
Noughts and Crosses
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7

Who is the author of the 2009 political memoir "Going Rogue"?

A
Sarah Jessica Parker
B
Sarah Vaughan
C
Sarah Brightman
D
Sarah Palin
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