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Difficult Common Bonds
Let's see if you can spot the common thread that connects the people in this quiz.
Periander of Corinth, Pittacus of Mitylene and Thales of Miletus have something in common. What is it?
They are three of the Seven Sages of Greece.
They are three of the Seven mathematicians of Greece.
They are three of the most famous Greek characters.
They are the Three princes of Greece.
These US Presidents - William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Warren G. Harding, all have this in common.
They have been elected without a plurality of popular votes.
They were all democrats.
They resigned from office.
They died in office of natural causes.
Three of the listed singers are baritones. Who is the odd one?
What did Jean Michel Jarre, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, Lord Byron, and Sir Winston Churchill all have for pets?
Who is the odd one of the four writers?
Les Barker, Richard Digance and Bill Oddie are famous for being what?
Paul Ehrlich, Otto Diels, and Hans Fischer are known as what?
Tomas Tranströmer, Assia Djebar and Raja Rao have won one, what is it?
Nobel Prize in Literature
Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry
Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
Neustadt International Prize for Literature
Which group consists of these three members: Thomas (Tom) Matthew DeLonge on guitar, Markus (Mark) Allan Hoppus on bass, and Travis Landon Barker on drums?
Which of these psychologists was not a student of Freud's?
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