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Daily Quiz #2059

General Knowledge Quiz for 7 September 2014

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1

Entomology is the study of what?

A
Birds
B
Words
C
Insects
D
Maps
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2

All major US TV networks carried live coverage of the flight of which well known personality who was trying to avoid arrest for murder?

A
S O da Vinci
B
O J Simpson
C
Limonana Shakiel
D
Spiru Leno
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3

What musical instruments does a luthier work with?

A
Stringed
B
Wind
C
Percussion
D
Mediaeval
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4

What YouTuber made a song called "Cookie Dance" in 2013 under the name ChipChocolate?

A
Pewdiepie
B
Smosh
C
Jeana Smith
D
Jesse Wellens
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5

Where are the Straits of Magellan?

A
Between Tierra del Fuego and Chile
B
Between Japan and Taiwan
C
Between Scotland and the Orkney Islands
D
Between Sakhalin Island and the Russian mainland
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6

Which are accepted as being among the immediate reasons for Japan's surrender at the end of World War II?

A
Japan preferred to work on developing automobile technology
B
Emperor Hirohito was friendly with new President of the USA, Harry Truman
C
The dropping of atomic bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
D
China asked them to
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7

Who had a positive drug test for excessive levels of testosterone after initially being declared the winner of the 2006 Tour de France?

A
Floyd Landis
B
Floyd Scruggs
C
Martin Landau
D
Martin Landis
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