Quiz Questions  Archive: Quiz #10
Set by Phil  |  36 pts     (2017-03-20)

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1) Who was Dolly the Sheep named after and why? (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

2) Five Guys is a restaurant chain originating in which country? (1 pt)  Phil:  2017-03-20

3) In which 1993 film is one girl shown wearing red against the backdrop of mostly black & white sc (1 pt)  Phil:  2017-03-20

4) The Bledisloe Cup is an annual sporting competition between Australia and which other country? (1 pt)  Phil:  2017-03-20

5) Which programming language has a logo featuring a cup of coffee? (1 pt)  Phil:  2017-03-20

6) Sonic the Hedgehog 3 featured two key characters other than Sonic, who were both also animals. Name either the character or the animal for each (neither are hedgehogs). (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

7) Name the artist of the painting and the artist in the painting. You don't need to specify which is which. (6 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

8) In the TV show Red Dwarf, they meet an immortal simulant who judges one's worthiness to exist. To make the test fair, you are judged by whom? (1 pt)  Phil:  2017-03-20

9) Fill in the composer's details: a) Claude ______ (1862 - 1918) b) ______ Glass (1937 - present) c) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1__1) d) ______ Puccini (1858 - 1924) (4 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

10) a) What is the largest fish that can be seen in UK waters? b) Bacalhau is a portuguese foodstuff made by salting which fish? (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

11) These pairs of capital cities border eachother by means of (1 point for each pair): a) A river b) Land (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

12) Name these pictured bridges: (4 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

13) Name these two simiarly-named people: a) An English actor, recently part of a BBC production of The Night Manager? b) An English footballer who currently plays in midfield for Hull City. (2 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

14) The Norwegian flag is pictured below. By placing various-sized rectangles on it, you can find the flags of 7 other recognised independent countries. All of these flags consist of blocks of colour only (so no crests etc). The width of stripes doesn't have to be exact, but the pattern needs to match. Colours should be pretty much the same. And finally, all flags are the right way up in the picture below, so no rotation etc. Name the 7 countries (5 Europe, 2 Asia). NB An example using the Zimbabwean flag is also shown, to improve clarity! (7 pts)  Phil:  2017-03-20

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