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Daily Quiz #1813

General Knowledge Quiz for 4 January 2014

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1

Which direction does the biggest river in South America flow?

A
East north east
B
West south west
C
East south east
D
West north west
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2

In Greek legend, what were Stheno, Euryale and Medusa, winged female monsters with snakes for hair who turned mortals to stone if they looked directly at them?

A
Gorgons
B
Satyrs
C
Minotaurs
D
Cobras
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3

What is the ninth month of the Muslim year, a period of fasting during which there is strict abstinence during daylight from food, drink and perfume?

A
Hannukah
B
Passover
C
Ramadan
D
Lent
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4

The left and right ventricles and the left and right atriums are found where in the human body?

A
Lungs
B
Liver
C
Heart
D
Head
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5

Who (although he claims that the author was an entity named Aiwass, his personal Holy Guardian Angel or "Higher Self") is credited with writing "Liber AL vel Legis", the central sacred text of Thelema, commonly referred to as The Book of the Law, in 1904?

A
Aleister Crowley
B
Saint Jude
C
Sir George Grey
D
Joseph Smith
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6

When was camogie established as a sport?

A
1939
B
1905
C
1923
D
1903
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7

Which American serial drama TV series, first broadcast in 2004, follows the lives of plane crash survivors on a Pacific island after a plane crash?

A
Cannibals
B
Lost
C
Lonely Planet
D
Bite Me
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