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Daily Quiz #1455

General Knowledge Quiz for 11 January 2013

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1

In 1346, Edward III and his son the Black Prince were repeatedly attacked by French forces in which forest?

A
Black Forest
B
Bois de Boulogne
C
Epping Forest
D
Crécy
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2

What arcade game, based on the concept of eating, was developed primarily by Tōru Iwatani over the course of a year in 1979/80, with a nine-man team?

A
Space Invaders
B
Pac-Man
C
Ping Pong
D
Mars Attack
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3

What Christian church observes The Sabbath on Saturday?

A
The Seventh Day Adventist Church
B
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
C
The Religious Society of Friends
D
Greek Orthodox Church
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4

What is the name of the condition where the sufferer can fall asleep at any time?

A
Nostalgia
B
Hypersomnia
C
Amnesia
D
Insomnia
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5

Whose alter egos have included Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane and "The Thin Whte Duke"?

A
Elton John
B
David Bowie
C
John Lennon
D
Len Elwood
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6

What region covers most of the "toe" of "the boot of Italy"?

A
Tuscany
B
Lombardy
C
Calabria
D
Apulia
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7

"The Lone Ranger" made history as the first Western written specifically for television. Who were the stars of the show through most of the 1950s?

A
Raymond Burr and Vic Perrin
B
Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels
C
James Arness and Dennis Weaver
D
Gordon Scott and Anthony Quayle
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