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Daily Quiz #2118

General Knowledge Quiz for 5 November 2014

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1

In which country is the city of Tangier?

A
Sierra Leone
B
Morocco
C
Ghana
D
New Guinea
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2

The Richter Scale used for measuring the energy released by earthquakes, mostly replaced since 1979 by the MMS (moment magnitude scale), was developed by Charles Richter and which other scientist?

A
Beno Gutenberg
B
Giuseppe Mercalli
C
Robert Millikan
D
John Rayleigh
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3

What is the word for the minimum number of people that must be at a meeting for it to become official?

A
Quorum
B
Agenda
C
Motion
D
Gaggle
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4

Which album by Fleetwood Mac including the single releases "Go Your Own Way", "Don't Stop", "Dreams" and "You Make Loving Fun" was #1 on album charts in Australia, Canada, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK & the USA?

A
Pious Bird of Good Omen
B
Fleetwood Mac
C
Rumours
D
Rhinoceros
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5

Which European discovered New Zealand in 1642?

A
Christopher Columbus
B
James Cook
C
Ferdinand Magellan
D
Abel Tasman
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6

Who, in 1955 and 1956, was the first British driver to win the Mille Miglia, the British Grand Prix at Aintree and the Monaco Grand Prix?

A
Mike Hailwood
B
Stirling Moss
C
Jim Clarke
D
Jackie Stewart
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7

Which of these is not a creature if the word "red" is placed in front of it?

A
Kangaroo
B
Setter
C
Cross
D
Squirrel
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