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Daily Quiz #1732

General Knowledge Quiz for 15 October 2013

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1

Who is the next in this series: John L. Sullivan, James J. Corbett, Bob Fitzsimmons, James J. Jeffries, Marvin Hart, ... ?

A
Joe Louis
B
Jack Johnson
C
Tommy Burns
D
James J. Braddock
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2

Which of these colours is not used by a cathode ray tube to divide its signal?

A
Red
B
Yellow
C
Green
D
Blue
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3

According to a story originating in the 9th century, and disputed by the Catholic Church, who was the first female Pope?

A
Pope Petra
B
Pope Pauline
C
Pope Alexandra
D
Pope Joan
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4

Who commanded the Roman army that invaded Britain in 55BC?

A
Eric The Red
B
Alexander The Great
C
Julius Caesar
D
Mark Anthony
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5

Where is the headquarters of the international broadcasting network CNN, "the CNN Center"?

A
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
B
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
C
Midtown Manhattan, New York City, USA
D
Universal City. California, USA
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6

One of Canada's UNESCO World heritage sites is "Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump", which was used for 5,500 years by which indigenous people to kill buffalo, by driving them off the 10 metre high cliff?

A
Redhand
B
Blackfoot
C
Bluenose
D
Brownfinger
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7

What was the tagline for the 1977 film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"?

A
Don't open the door!
B
Who's there?
C
Better than the second kind!
D
We are not alone
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