4 June – Daily Quiz

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What Shakespeare play features the Three Witches?

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Juneau is the capital of which U.S. state?

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What herb is also known as Chinese parsley?

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The Scottish football team called Hearts are from which city?

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According to the nursery rhyme, what couldn't Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater keep?

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What inventor was nicknamed ''The Wizard of Menlo Park''?

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Phil Collins remade what Supremes hit in 1982 for his first number 1 UK single?

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In chess, what is castling on the kingside sometimes called?

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What is the second lightest chemical element, coming in right after hydrogen?

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How many legs does a grasshopper have?

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Who was Scarlett O'Hara's true love, and third husband, in the film Gone With the Wind?

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What jazz legend released a rendition of Rodgers and Hammerstein's My Favorite Things in 1961?

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If you suffer from lycanthropy, you are cursed with turning into what?

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The town of Methven is the base for what ski field?

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Which member of the Royal Family opened the 1990 Auckland Commonwealth Games?

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4 June – Daily Quiz
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