12 May – Daily Quiz

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Which member of The Beatles wrote under the pseudonym of Bernard Webb?

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In what year did Columbia Records introduce the first 33 1/3 long-playing record (LP)?

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Which singer, born Gordon Sumner, introduced Madonna to Guy Ritchie at a party in 1998?

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Which Neil Diamond song later became a number 1 hit for UB40?

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What male voice is higher than bass and lower than tenor?

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Which Crowded House song featured the lyric ''I know I'm right, for the first time in my life''?

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What song links Little Eva in 1962 with Kylie Minogue in 1987?

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Which Billy Joel song contains the lyric ''the microphone smells like a beer''?

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Who of the following is not a member Swedish pop group ABBA?

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What is the name of Bruce Springsteen's backing band?

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Who was the first person to be U.S. President that was born in the 20th century?

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Who designed The Monument, St Paul's Cathedral, and The Royal Naval College in London?

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What British Royal served as a mechanic and truck driver in World War II?

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London's Tower Bridge was built in which century?

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The wife of which former American President was known as ''Lady Bird''?

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In what year did St. Patrick's Day become an official public holiday in Ireland?

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Which 15th century heroine was known as ''The Maid of Orleans''?

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In which year did a US-led coalition invade Iraq?

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Our first Reform Party Prime Minister, who led this country from 1912 to 1925?

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Cambodia declared its independence from what country in 1953?

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A bronze Olympic medal is mainly composed of what metal, which lies at number 29 on the periodic table?

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Who wrote the children's books Stuart Little and Charlotte's Web?

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Who played the title role in the 1963 film Cleopatra?

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Orchids grow on every continent except one. Which one?

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Judea, Brookfield, Bellevue, and Bureta are all suburbs of which North Island city?

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Solanum tuberosum is the scientific name for what vegetable?

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In what decade was the board game Monopoly first published?

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Who is New Zealand's only female Olympic track medallist, a bronze medallist in the 800 metres at the 1964 Olympics?

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Often referred to as ''Ma'', Martha was the adoptive mother of what superhero?

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Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Po, and which other made up the four Teletubbies?

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