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written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A collection on interesting questions on various unrelated topics.

Question 1:


This city state, also called Ragusa, was first to recognize the independence of the newly formed United States of America.
Malta
Vatican
Monaco
Dubrovnik

Question 2:


What was the currency of the Netherlands, before the adoption of the euro?
Gulden
Krona
Florin
Dinar

Question 3:


SMERSH, the organization mentioned in the James Bond film, "From Russia with Love," was a real Russian organization.
False
True

Question 4:


This US President, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1946.
James Carter
Dwight Eisenhower
Gerald Ford
Lyndon Johnson

Question 5:


This US President was an instructor in classical languages. Being ambidextrous, he could simultaneously write in Greek with one hand and in Latin with the other.
Jefferson
Chester A. Arthur
Garfield
Teddy Roosevelt

Question 6:


This abstract strategy board game is the national game of Ghana. The board has two straight rows of six pits or cavities, called "houses".
Oware
Backgammon
Checkers
Chess

Question 7:


This English rock musician changed his name to avoid confusion with a singer from the Monkees, who had the same family name.
Earl "The Monkey " Hinson
David Crosby
Elvis Costello
David Bowie

Question 8:


Edaphic deserts can be found on some volcanic islands, in parts of Iceland and on the Colorado plateau in the USA. Which of these most accurately defines an edaphic desert?
One that is so cold that nothing can grow
One that gets less than 2.5 cm of rain a year
One that has been a desert for at least 1 million years
One that gets enough rain but still lacks plants

Question 9:


Dactyloscopy, a technique perfected by anthropologist Juan Vucetichs, studies what?
The shape of human head
Land dinosaurs
Fingerprints
Flightless birds

Question 10:


This US city is located at the confluence of the Mississippi River and the Ohio River.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Memphis, Tennessee
Cairo, Illinois
Chicago, Illinois

 


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