15 June – Daily Quiz

QUIZ
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Edward Bulwer-Lytton's 1830 novel Paul Clifford is best known for opening with what often-parodied phrase?

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What is Keanu Reeves's hacker name in The Matrix?

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What name is given to the heart, neck, liver, and gizzard of poultry?

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The St. Johns River enters the Atlantic Ocean via what American state?

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In what city was the film Lost in Translation set?

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The game of Milk Caps was rebranded under what name in the 1990s, to great success?

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Clyde Tombaugh is best known for discovering what space object in 1930?

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In a children's book series created by Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds, Harry had a bucket full of what?

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What Bay of Plenty town is guarded by a commanding rock arch called Pohaturoa?

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Released in 1997, what album by Shania Twain is the best-selling ever by a female act?

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Sheriff of Tombstone, Under California Stars, Yellow Rose of Texas, and Bad Man of Deadwood are all cowboy films starring who?

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Who had a huge hit in 1991 with Life Is a Highway?

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In what type of building was the TV series Rescue Me, starring Denis Leary, set?

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What is the name of the largest geyser in Rotorua, situated in Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve?

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What character, with long arms, was the subject of the first book in Roger Hargreaves' Mr. Men series?

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