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Daily Quiz #1860

General Knowledge Quiz for 20 February 2014

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Who was a session musician from Harlesden, North London, England who played for leading UK independent producers Shel Talmy and Mickie Most and performed on albums and singles by The Kinks, The Move, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Donovan, Jeff Beck, Jefferson Airplane, and the Steve Miller Band?

A
Nicky Hopkins
B
Billy Preston
C
Ian Stewart
D
Mark Naftalin
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2

Which of these were the subject of a famous US court case in 1921, which resulted in their execution for murder on 23 August 1927 despite a public outcry and a confession by Celestino Madeiros in 1925?

A
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
B
Al Capone and Baby Face Nelson
C
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzettti
D
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow
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3

Which of these is a famous Parisian restaurant?

A
Colt's
B
Sten's
C
Bren's
D
Maxim's
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4

Which of these dances originated in Cuba?

A
Gavotte
B
Waltz
C
Roger de Coverley
D
Mambo
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5

Mary Lillian Ellison (1923-2007) was famous in what field?

A
Professional wrestling
B
Concert pianist
C
Women's cricket
D
Microbiology
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6

The phrase "wardrobe malfunction" entered pop music vocabulary following a performance at the Super Bowl XXXVIII between Janet Jackson and which other singer?

A
Beenie Man
B
Justin Timberlake
C
Nelly
D
Tyler Perry
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7

The tibia and fibula are found where in the human body?

A
Arm
B
Lower leg
C
Ribcage
D
Fingers
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