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Le Printemps De Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
Mixed trivia questions that, I hope, will amuse, bemuse and inform all of you.

Question 1:


This Motown musical quartet, founded in Detroit, Michigan, scored their first #1 hit, "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" in 1965.
The Temptetts
The Four Tops
The Temptations
The Drifters

Question 2:


What does the Latin word "facula" refer to?
A region of unexplained loss of gravity beneath the earth's outer crust
A dark region on the sun's chromosphere
A measurement of the sun's reflectivity
Bright spots or patches on the sun's photosphere

Question 3:


What is the name of the chieftain, who in 1816, after the death of his father, seized power over the insignificant Zulu clan and transformed it into a nation?
Dingiswayo
Shaka
Impis
Senzangakhona

Question 4:


Admitted to the United States on January 3, 1959, the 49th state is both the westernmost and the northernmost US state.
False
True

Question 5:


This musical comedy, directed by Nancy Walker, is a pseudo autobiography of 1970s disco group, "Village People."
Freddie and His Friends
Can't Stop the Music
Join the Action
The People's Singers

Question 6:


This short-lived American sitcom aired on CBS in 1995, starring Andrew Dice Clay and Cathy Moriarty.
Healey's Class
Burt and Alice
Bless This House
Ford Fairlane

Question 7:


The Victoria Falls are situated on the Zambezi River, on the border between which two countries?
Zambia and Zimbabwe
Tanzania and Zaire
Kenya and Tanzania
Zambia and Zaire

Question 8:


This award is the oldest and most prominent film award, given annually for Hindi films in India.
The Diamond Star Award
The Mombay Gold Award
The Golden Lotus Award
The Filmfare Award

Question 9:


This town, situated in Hawaii County, is the southernmost town in the United States.
Naalehu
Pauoa
Mililani
Kamuela

Question 10:


This modern amphitheatre, officially opened in 1922, on the site of a natural amphitheatre formerly known as the Daisy Dell, is used primarily for music performances.
Hollywood Bowl
Red Rocks
None of these
Isirium

 


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