28 April – Daily Quiz

QUIZ
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In what country would you find Mount Kilimanjaro?

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Winston Churchill resigned as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in what year?

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What is the largest country in Europe by area, after Russia?

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The Blue Mountains, a range of rugged hills, are found in which New Zealand province?

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Which English priest is commonly believed to have introduced Christianity to New Zealand?

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Thomas Hagan, also known as Talmadge X Hayer and Mujahid Abdul Halim, was one of the assassins who killed whom?

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Which Chinese dynasty of the following is the oldest?

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What American state is known as the Lone Star state, as a reminder of its struggle for independence from Mexico?

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Decimal currency was introduced to New Zealand in which decade?

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What is the capital city of Portugal?

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Which number is not a cube number?

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If you go to the bibliotheque in Paris, where will you find yourself?

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What is the correct spelling of what is described as the inverse function to exponentiation in mathematics?

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Ihu Karaiti is the Māori word for whom?

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A quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides is known as a what?

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What is the (linear) distance around a circle called?

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What can you see once in a "minute", twice in a "moment", and never in a "thousand years"?

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Which language is considered the youngest of the following?

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In a fraction, what is the name of the number displayed above a line (or before a slash)?

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"Yasou" is "hello" in which language?

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During a recent heated interview, Jacinda Ardern asked which broadcaster "Do you work weekends?"

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What captain hunted Moby Dick?

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Who has never been the world's number 1 golfer at any stage of his storied career?

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"I once was lost, but now am found, was blind, but now I see" are lyrics from which famous hymn?

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The Moa bird was endemic to which country?

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Wuthering Heights is a famous novel by which Brontë sister?

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Which Kiwi band was formed in 1973 by Tim Finn and Phil Judd?

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Which character uttered the famous line "Here's looking at you, kid" in the 1942 film Casablanca?

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The Pavlova dessert is named after the famous ballerina Anna Pavlova, who came from which country?

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Who was the original host of the TV version of the New Zealand game show 'It's in the Bag'?

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Daily Quiz - 28 April
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