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Famous People Quiz for 27 December 2022

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1

Who was First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union at the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis?

A
Leonid Brezhnev
B
Kliment Voroshilov
C
Nikita Khrushchev
D
Anastas Mikoyan
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2

Choreographers Max Perry, Jo Thompson Szymanski and Scott Blevins were instrumental in developments of what in the 1990s and later?

A
Line dancing
B
Cheerleading
C
Ballet
D
Bollywood films
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3

What is the name of Tony and Cherie Blair's daughter?

A
Barbara
B
Kathryn
C
Lucy
D
Hermione
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4

James Prescott Joule have his name to a unit of energy, and to what else?

A
Joule-Thomson Effect: temperature change in an insulated environment
B
A drummer in a Canadian indie rock band
C
The wife of a celebrity chef
D
Decorative valuables
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5

Talk-show host Jack Paar once welcomed which actress to The Tonight Show by saying, "Here they are, ... ", that became the title of her biography by Raymond Strait

A
Jayne Mansfield
B
Marilyn Munro
C
Gina Lollobrigida
D
Jacqueline Onassis
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6

Who wrote the line "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome decree"?

A
Percy Bysshe Shelley
B
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
C
Lord Byron
D
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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7

Who was briefly married to Jason Alexander in January 2005?

A
Madonna
B
Dido
C
Beyonce
D
Britney Spears
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