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Daily Quiz #1874

General Knowledge Quiz for 6 March 2014

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1

Ramesses the Great presided over what empire?

A
Hittite
B
Egyptian
C
Babylonian
D
Persian
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2

New Order was formed by formed in 1980 by Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris, who were the three surviving members of which band?

A
The Police
B
Joy Division
C
The Jam
D
The Pretenders
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3

Where could springs be found in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA?

A
Colorado Springs
B
Manitou Springs
C
Glenwood Springs
D
Pagosa Springs
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4

For the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, USA, why was there only one new venue in the 15 used?

A
Terminal disagreements with architects
B
Cost control by the city following the Great Depression
C
It was an IOC requirement
D
A list of the venues needed was not supplied to the city in time to build more
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5

Who wrote "The Second Sex", published in 1949?

A
Simone de Beauvoir
B
Germaine Greer
C
Emily Pankhurst
D
Erica Jong
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6

Which of these is a unit of measurement of luminous intensity?

A
Kelvin
B
Ampere
C
Candela
D
Mole
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7

In Christian chronology when is the 'Feast of Stephen'?

A
1 January
B
6 December
C
12 December
D
26 December
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