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Daily Quiz #2223

General Knowledge Quiz for 18 February 2015

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1

Which of these is used to measure electric current?

A
Galvanometer
B
Anemometer
C
Metronome
D
Cyclotron
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2

Which of these has a stub?

A
Cheque book
B
Wine glass
C
Washing machine
D
Dressing table
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3

Who had his medals reinstated in 1983, 30 years after his death, after they were taken away at Stockholm in 1912?

A
Cassius Clay
B
Avery Brundage
C
Jim Thorpe
D
Francisco Lázaro
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4

What member of the music and comedy duo "The Flight of the Conchords" was recently seen, under heavy disguise, as the Boris the Animal in the film "Men in Black 3"?

A
Rhys Darby
B
Bret McKenzie
C
Jemaine Clement
D
Stephen Merchant
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5

In which country is the area called "the Algarve"?

A
Portugal
B
France
C
Spain
D
Andorra
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6

Which is the Muppet character who appeared in "The Muppet Show" from the third season and in a number of Muppet films, who throws fish which return to him and plays a fish organ (a line of fish that, when squeezed, each gargle a different note)?

A
Lew Zealand
B
Dr. Julius Strangepork
C
Crazy Harry
D
Beauregard
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7

What forces or countries were involved in the War of the Pacific?

A
The Allies and Japan in the Solomon Islands during World War II
B
France and the indigenous peoples of Noumea
C
Japan and China
D
Chile, Bolivia and Peru
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