Thursday Quiz Night by DouglasLovesVixey

Champion(s):

rouquinne
Just your average Goddess!


Runner(s)-Up:

ArunH


Quiz Description

I am back with more questions.

Full Results:

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2 ArunH 500 88 00
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Questions:

In which country does the flower known as the "Golden Trumpet" originate?

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Brazil

What word beginning with "I" is the strongest ligament in the human body?

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Iliofemoral

What is the name for the bulbous forehead of a beluga whale?

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Melon

"Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?", "The Lion in Winter", and "On Golden Pond" were three of the four films for which Kathrine Hepburn won an Oscar. What was the other film?

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Morning Glory

What is the technical term for the repeat sign above a number?

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Vinculum

In what Gabon town did Albert Schweitzer establish the hospital named for him?

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Lambarene

In which country will you find Krubera Cave, the deepest cave in the world?

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Georgia

What was the name of Hugh Hefner's all black private DC-9 aircraft with a white rabbit on the tail?

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Big Bunny

The game Pachisi gets its name from the Hindi word for what number?

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25

Which attraction was Nikita Khrushchev denied access to on his visit to the United States?

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Disneyland

What was the first country to establish Christianity as a national religion, having done so in 301 A.D.?

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Armenia

What is the third largest city in Quebec after Montreal and Quebec City? It shares its name with the surname of a historical French leader.

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Laval

What is Donald Duck's middle name?

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Fauntleroy

GET YOUR FACTS STRAIT: Which of these straits is furthest east? A. Kerch Strait, B. La Perouse Strait, C. Palk Strait, D. Bab al-Mandeb Strait

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B. La Perouse Strait

What moon is known to have the oldest surface in the solar system?

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Callisto

What name is shared by the tallest mountain in the Wasatch range in Utah, a mountain located in Arkansas near the town of Dardanelle, and a mountain in Jordan mentioned in Deuteronomy?

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Mount Nebo

What 19th century Scottish science writer and polymath was nominated to be the joint first female member of the Royal Astronomical Society along with Caroline Herschel? An Oxford college is named for her.

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Mary Somerville

In Judaism, how many people consist of a Minyan?

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10

What surname is shared by two Nobel Literature laureates? One was an Occitan writer who won in 1904, and the other a South American.

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Mistral(Frederic and Gabriela)

Add the number of Oranges in the title of a Prokofiev opera and the number of Orange Pips in a Sherlock Holmes short story and you get what number?

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8(Love for Three Oranges, The Five Orange Pips)

What bird is also known as a "sea parrot"?

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Puffin

In which year was the New York City subway founded?

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1904

Who designed the Golden Gate bridge?

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Joseph Strauss

Which river runs through Tokyo, Japan?

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Sumida

FOUR ANSWERS REQUIRED: 1. What is the capital of Bhutan? 2. What is the main unit of currency in Bhutan? 3. What is the national language of Bhutan? 4. By what name is Bhutan locally known?

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Thimphu, Ngultrum, Dzongkha, Druk-yul