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Daily Quiz #4009

General Knowledge Quiz for 9 January 2020

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1

The visual art works and installations known as "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living", "A Thousand Years", "Mickey" and "Flumequine" were created by whom?

A
Damien Hirst
B
Francis Bacon
C
Julie Mehretu
D
Ibrahim El-Salahi
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2

Ralph Nader's 1965 book "Unsafe at Any Speed" targeted which car?

A
Ford Cortina
B
Chevrolet Corvette
C
Chevrolet Corvair
D
Toyota Camry
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3

The Okavango Delta is in which country?

A
Ivory Coast
B
Nigeria
C
Botswana
D
Kenya
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4

Which jazz bandleader disappeared in December 1944 while flying over the English Channel?

A
Glenn Miller
B
Tommy Dorsey
C
Chris Barber
D
Duke Ellington
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5

What is the main criterion for calling a fruit a "drupe"?

A
The natural sugar content is very high
B
They hang down on a very long stem
C
The stem is very strong
D
A layer of fruit surrounds a single stone
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6

Who is the next in this series: Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Max Schmeling, Jack Sharkey, Primo Carnera, ...?

A
Max Baer
B
Joe Louis
C
James J. Braddock
D
Rocky Marciano
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7

Captain James Cook encountered which people on his first voyage to New Zealand?

A
Indians
B
Peruvians
C
Maori
D
Inuits
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