27 May – Daily Quiz

QUIZ
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From what appropriately titled 1983 U2 album was the song Sunday, Bloody Sunday taken?

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Which 1968 song did Tammy Wynette say took her 15 minutes to write, and the next 15 years to defend?

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By what nickname was the blues musician Huddie Ledbetter better known?

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What band sang the 1968 hit Magic Carpet Ride?

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In which year was Cher's If I Could Turn Back Time released?

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Which of the following composers lost his hearing?

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Sharing its name with a Billy Joel song, what was Bruno Mars's debut solo single in 2010?

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Twin brothers Luke and Matt Goss are best known for being in what popular boy band in the late 1980s?

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Mariah Carey and what band had a massive worldwide hit in 1995 with One Sweet Day?

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What Billy Idol song contains the lyric ''It's a nice day to start again''?

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What extinct New Zealand bird, with a long curved beak, had its last confirmed sighting in 1907?

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The Sumatran is the smallest, and the Siberian is the largest of what species?

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What components of a car's machinery can be either disc or drum?

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What sort of animal is a Weimaraner?

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Cardinal de Richelieu, Charles de Mills, Constance Spry, and Tuscany Superb are all types of what?

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What is the name of the brightest star in our sky? (not including the sun)

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Bi is the chemical symbol for what element?

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What is the only cat which cannot fully retract its claws?

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What does the acronym 'C.C.' stand for in terms of sending an e-mail?

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Professor Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle featured in which 1964 film?

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Cyril Ramaphosa has been the president of what country since 2018?

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What number is on the side of Thomas the Tank Engine?

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To complete a Grand Slam in a game of Bridge, you would need to win how many tricks?

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What name links a European capital city and the man whose arrow killed Achilles at the Siege of Troy?

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What is the square root of 441?

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Who was the Prime Minister of New Zealand for the longest amount of time in the 1980s?

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Who won the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in the 1954 film The Country Girl with Bing Crosby?

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Who is Barry Humphries' best known alter ego?

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