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The Days of Wine and Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A general knowledge mixture of questions on a variety of topics. Enjoy.

Question 1:


This president, who is often called the Great Emancipator, was the first US President to impose an income tax.
Hayes
Jackson
Lincoln
Wilson

Question 2:


This term, related to the origin of the Universe, was proposed by George Lemaitre, a Belgian Roman Catholic priest and astronomer.
The Big Bang
Y-Chromosome
The Boom
The Milky Way

Question 3:


Pi Day, the day which honors the mathematical constant π (Pi), is celebrated on which date?
August 25
March 14
January 14
February 25

Question 4:


This word is a collective noun, which means "a group of ferrets".
bevy
leash
charm
fesnyng

Question 5:


This word designates a scale of related items, where each one is only slightly different from the one before. It is one of the very few English words that contain the sequence of letters "uum."  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 6:


This Hungarian-born American nuclear physicist, called "the father of the hydrogen bomb", was a member of the Manhattan Project .
Robert Oppenheim
Albert Einstein
Stanislaw Ulam
Edward Teller

Question 7:


This famous head American football coach at Florida A & M College, used to say: "I like my boys to be agile, mobile, and hostile".
Peal "Bear" Bryant
Jake Gaither
Joe Paterno
Knute Rockne

Question 8:


Which famous person, who received the Kennedy Center Honors in 2000, was born in St. Louis, Missouri?
Harry S. Truman
Chuck Berry
Thurgood Marshall
Bo Didley

Question 9:


What was the name of the US Army Air Force B-29 bomber, that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan on August 9, 1945?
Memphis Belle
Enola Gay
Bock's Car
General Belgrano

Question 10:


During the Spanish-American War, what US general commanded a division that led the main attack on San Juan Hill?
Harry Truman
Jacob Kent
Stephen Decatur
Teddy Roosevelt

 


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