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Farewell Tour Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A bunch of trivia questions on different, mostly unrelated topics.

Question 1:


This soul singer and songwriter, often called Silky Smooth because of his rich baritone, is famous for his hits "Rainy Night in Georgia", "Fools Rush In", "This Time of the Year".
Brook Benton
David Ruffin
Jackie Wilson
Sam Cook

Question 2:


This city, known also as Anvil City, is situated in Northwest Alaska.
Stockton
Palmer
Barrow
Nome

Question 3:


Easter Island, an island in the south Pacific Ocean, is a territory of which country?
Chile
The United States
Peru
Ecuador

Question 4:


The Walden Pond, made famous by writer, naturalist, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, is located in which US state?
North Carolina
Alaska
Massachusetts
Washington

Question 5:


The dialectic of this philosopher is most often characterized as a three-step process of "thesis, antithesis, synthesis". According to his concept, a "thesis" would cause the creation of its "antithesis" and this would eventually result in a "synthesis".
Nietzsche
Kant
Marx
Hegel

Question 6:


In Freud's psychoanalytic theory, the defense mechanism in which anxiety-producing or unacceptable emotions are replaced by their direct opposites is defined by which term?
Positivism
Transference
Hysteria
Reaction formation

Question 7:


Bloomsday is a secular holiday, which commemorates the life of Irish writer James Joyce and the fictitious events in his novel "Ulysses". Bloomsday is celebrated annually, on what date?
October 19
July 3
December 24
June 16

Question 8:


What does the Latin phrase "ceteris paribus" mean?
The case can not stand
All other things being equal
Let the buyer beware
Let the seller beware

Question 9:


This medical term refers to a disease-causing protein agent that contains no genetic material.
Papule
Alper
Prion
Lemma

Question 10:


This Russian city, founded by Grand Duke George II of Russia in 1221, was called Gorky from 1932 to 1990.
Vladivostock
Okastock
St. Okasburgh
Nizhny Novgorod

 


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