Daily Quiz 17 April

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Tracy Turnblad, Edna Turnblad and Wilbur Turnblad are characters from which musical?

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Long Walk to Freedom is an autobiography by which civil rights leader?

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Billy Zane portrayed which comic book character in a 1996 film?

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Which golfer infamously chipped in on the second playoff hole at the 1987 Masters, denying Greg Norman a green jacket?

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Robin Williams won his only Oscar for which film?

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Which song was The Beatles' 1962 debut single?

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Which character did George Wendt play in 'Cheers'?

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Which football team is nicknamed the Red Devils?

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Who was Angelina Jolie's first husband?

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On the periodic table, what is the symbol for Potassium?

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Which of Charles Dickens' novels features Miss Havisham?

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The Space Needle is an observation tower in which American city?

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In darts, how long is a dart in inches?

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The Red Cross was founded in and based in which country?

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Which of Henry VIII's wives was given the nickname Flanders Mare?

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Released in 2005, which novel is first in the Stieg Larsson Millennium series?

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Who played Bonnie in the 1967 version of Bonnie and Clyde?

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'We Built This City' was a hit for which band in 1985?

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In the TV show of the same name, what kind of animal is Mister Ed?

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Which rugby league team has not won the NRL competition?

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The TV show M*A*S*H was set during which war?

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Dhaka is the capital city of which country?

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Which Kenny Rogers song re-entered the NZ charts after his death last month?

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Jim Toth has been married to which actress since 2011?

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Who directed the film Forrest Gump?

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Which Kiwi soprano and internationally famous opera singer’s career began when she won the Mobil Song Quest in 1965?

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The Thinker is a bronze sculpture made by which artist?

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Anthony Hopkins was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar in 1996 for his role as which former U.S. President?

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United Arab Emirates is made up of how many separate emirates?

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Who was the star of the TV series Charles in Charge?

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What is Albert Einstein famous for?

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When was the world's first heart transplant performed?

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What planet has the most moons?

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What do bees collect and use to create honey?

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On what part of your body would you find your quadriceps?

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Diabetes develops as the result of a problem with which specific organ in the body?

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Sound travels faster in air than in water.

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Fe is the symbol for ______ in the periodic table.

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From what tree do acorns come from?

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What is the hardest known natural material?

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Which Olympics was the NZ anthem God Defend New Zealand first played?

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Who was the coxswain of the NZ gold medal rowing eight at the 1972 Munich Olympics?

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What was the number on legendary All Black captain Sir Wilson Whineray's All Black jersey in the early 1960s?

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When did figure skating become a sport?

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New Zealander, Kane Williamson, is famous for which sport?

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How many years has the Tour de France been running?

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The marathon is said to be inspired by the fabled run of a Greek soldier who ran to Athens to report the victory of the Battle of Marathon.

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What is the length of an olympic swimming pool?

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What bizarre sporting contest originated in Finland?

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How many Olympics have been held in the Southern Hemisphere?

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