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Daily Quiz #2215

General Knowledge Quiz for 10 February 2015

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What treaty was signed in Paris in 1815 after the overthrow of Napoleon, whereby Alexander I of Russia, Francis II of Austria and Frederick William II of Prussia agreed to apply Christian principles to the government of their countries?

A
Holy Alliance
B
Christian Principle
C
Treaty of Jesus
D
Golden Rule
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2

An American TV series starring Molly Shannon and Selma Blair is based on which Australian comedy series?

A
The Games
B
Kath and Kim
C
Dad and Dave
D
Neighbours
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3

Which of these is not a definition of a "pollard"?

A
A mooring post for a boat
B
A deer which has cast its antlers
C
A mixture of fine bran and a small amount of flour
D
A freshwater fish, a chub or chevin
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4

What light display in Antarctica is caused by atomic bombardment from the sun on the earth's magnetic field?

A
Aurora Australis
B
Aurora Borealis
C
Southern Cross
D
The Shiner
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5

Which of these means "biting"?

A
Rodent
B
Mendicant
C
Mendacious
D
Mordant
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6

Whose germ theory led to his devising a means to heat-treat milk to reduce disease?

A
Priestley
B
Vickers
C
Padré
D
Pasteur
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7

A board, appropriately marked up, and the right shape pieces will make it possible for people to play which of these?

A
Conkers
B
Tiddliwinks
C
Chinese Checkers
D
Street craps
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