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1.

What animal is considered sacred in India?

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A.

Cow

B.

Monkey

C.

Snake

D.

Elephant


2.

In 1909, Frederick Cook, claimed to be the first explorer to reach what location?

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A.

Mount Everest

B.

North Pole

C.

Artantica

D.

Bottom of the ocean


3.
What is the technical term for someone who study fish?
.
A. Gringotologist
B. Aquatologyist
C. Tilapiatologist
D. Ichthyologist

4.

According to the children's nursery rhyme, what type of ocean did Columbus sail in 1492?

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A.

Atlantic

B.

Blue

C.

Indian

D.

Green


5.

What corporation was founded by a candle maker and a soapmaker?

.
A.

Procter & Gamble

B.

IBM

C.

Candy Shop Plc

D.

Apple Inc


6.

What symbol specifically indicates that a trademark is registered with the Government?

.
A.

T with a circle around it

B.

C with a circle around it

C.

G with a circle around it

D.

R with a circle around it


7.

What is the largest animal ever to live on Earth?

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A.

Elephant

B.

Blue Whale

C.

Mammoth

D.

Tiger Shark


8.
What is the medical term for a doctor's identification of a disease?
.
A. Diagnosis
B. Synopsis
C. Medication
D. Examination

9.

Where is fireworks first known to have been developed?

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A.

Russia

B.

China

C.

Bangladesh

D.

Slovakia


10.

What do you call three consecutive strikes in bowling?

.
A.

Bulls eye

B.

Cracker

C.

Turkey

D.

Gringo


11.

Which of these animals shares its name with a luxury car?

.
A.

Jaguar

B.

Beetle

C.

Ferret

D.

Spider


12.

According to the American Kennel Club, what is the most popular breed of dog in the U.S. as of 1999?

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A.

Bulldog

B.

German Shepherd

C.

Labrador retriever

D.

Alsatian


13.

How many keys are on a standard piano?

.
A.

121

B.

100

C.

88

D.

76

E.

120


14.

What children's story book character believes that the sky is falling?

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A.

Daffy Duck

B.

Bonny & Clyde

C.

Chicken Licken

D.

Chicken Little


15.

Which of these is a fish?

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A.

Sea Pecker

B.

Sea Lion

C.

Sea Jabber

D.

Sea Horse


16.

What is produced during photosynthesis?

.
A.

Nitrogen

B.

Phosphorous

C.

Oxygen

D.

Carbohydrate


17.

In the 1992 animated film "Aladdin", what device does the hero use to travel from place to place?

.
A.

Magic Wand

B.

Magic Doodle

C.

Magic Carpet

D.

Broom


18.

Who is considered the owner of a "publicly held" company?

.
A.

Stakeholders

B.

Government

C.

Stockbrokers

D.

Businessmen


19.
What famous radio personality was also the voice of Shaggy on the cartoon "Scooby-Doo"?
.
A. Paul Whitaker
B. Casey Kasem
C. Jason Statham
D. Joan Rivers

20.

A peregrine belongs to what category of animals?

.
A.

Bird

B.

Reptile

C.

Insect

D.

Cat


21.
What animal represents the year 2000 on the Chinese Calendar?
.
A. Goat
B. Fox
C. Dragon
D. Panda

22.

Which of these Australian birds is most closely related to the ostrich?

.
A.

Emu

B.

Albatross

C.

Warbler

D.

Peacock


23.

What fictional character claims to be "smarter than the average bear"?

.
A.

Dipsy Bear

B.

Jackie Bear

C.

Yogi Bear

D.

Tinkie Bear


24.
How many periods are there in an ice hockey game?
.
A. 5
B. 3
C. 4
D. 2

25.
According to legend, in what country are you most likely to meet a leprechaun?
.
A. Brazil
B. England
C. Switzerland
D. Ireland

26.

In an adult human, how long is the large intestine?

.
A.

7 feets

B.

5 feets

C.

6 feets

D.

4 feets


27.

To ward off bad luck, what do many people do to wood?

.
A.

Burn it

B.

Throw it

C.

Knock on it

D.

Split it


28.

What is the approximate speed of light?

.
A.

172,000 miles per second

B.

230,000 miles per second

C.

186,000 miles per second

D.

56,000 miles per second


29.

What does it mean to work "pro bono"?

.
A.

Work smartly

B.

Work without pay

C.

Work gently

D.

Work diligently


30.

Mohair is made from the fleece of what animal?

.
A.

Camel

B.

Chicken

C.

Goat

D.

Kangaroo

E.

Lamb


31.

In British currency, how many pence make a pound?

.
A.

10

B.

100

C.

1000

D.

50


32.

What Italian habit did Thomas Coyrat introduce to England 1608?

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A.

Wearing a nose ring

B.

Doing a cat walk

C.

Staging a buffalo fight

D.

Eating with forks


33.

On a set of jumper cables, what color designates the negative connector?

.
A.

Green

B.

Yellow

C.

Red

D.

Black


34.

What chemical do people frequently use to bleach hair?

.
A.

Scubotinimine

B.

Bleatominine

C.

Glycogen

D.

Hydrogen Peroxide


35.

An airplane's black box is usually what color?

.
A.

Red

B.

Orange

C.

Black

D.

Grey


36.

Birds eggs are measured with _____________

.
A.

Oometer

B.

Scalar Chains

C.

Cathodes Scales

D.

Weighing scales


37.

In what year did the Great Depression begin?

.
A.

1920

B.

1929

C.

1930

D.

1895


38.

Huffy, Schwinn and Raleigh are all brands of what?

.
A.

Bicycles

B.

Bolts

C.

Bikes

D.

Tyres


39.

What disease is sometimes referred to as the "royal disease"?

.
A.

Meningitis

B.

Hemophilia

C.

Cancer

D.

Tuberculosis


40.

Paper will burn at approximately at what temperature in Fahrenheit?

.
A.

200 degrees

B.

451 degrees

C.

351 degrees

D.

251 degrees


41.

Modern computer microchips are primarily composed of what element?

.
A.

Copper

B.

Silicon

C.

Aluminium

D.

Lithium


42.

What part of the human body does a gastroenterologist examine?

.
A.

Toes

B.

Fingers

C.

Eyes

D.

Stomach


43.

How many digits are in a standard visa credit card number?

.
A.

10

B.

16

C.

20

D.

18


44.

A student who earns a J.D. can begin his or her career as a what?

.
A.

Drug lord

B.

Lawyer

C.

Shoe maker

D.

Dentist


45.

According to the proverb, necessity is the mother of what?

.
A.

Invention

B.

Growth

C.

Procreation

D.

Creation


46.

If you ask for "gai" at a Thai restaurant, what will you get?

.
A.

Roasted Corn

B.

Stewed Lizard

C.

Grilled Tilapia

D.

Chicken


47.

A second-year college student is usually called a what?

.
A.

Bonafide

B.

Gringo

C.

Sophomore

D.

Rookie


48.

What does the acronym "REM" stand for?

.
A.

Rapid Elbow Movement

B.

Random Electron Motion

C.

Rapid Eye Movement

D.

Rapid Eye Motion


49.

A pita is a type of what?

.
A.

Shoe

B.

Flat bread

C.

Bird

D.

Cup


50.

How many vertical lines are needed to recreate the Nigerian flag?

.
A.

2

B.

4

C.

6

D.

8


51.

Into what body of water does the Rhode river flow?

.
A.

Pacific Ocean

B.

Panama Canal

C.

Indian Ocean

D.

Mediterranean Sea


52.

Which of the following is most commonly kept in a terrarium?

.
A.

Plants

B.

Atomic bombs

C.

Nuclear Warheads

D.

Granades


53.

If a business "files under Chapter 11" what is it doing?

.
A.

Declaring Excess Profit

B.

Calling AGM

C.

Sacking Board of Directors

D.

Declaring Bankruptcy


54.

The Apple iMac computer is available in all of the following colors except which?

.
A.

Beaver Blue

B.

Kiwi

C.

Cyan

D.

Magenta


55.

To create a tapestry, one must traditionally engage in what activity?

.
A.

Knitting

B.

Farming

C.

Weaving

D.

Bowling


56.

From what language does the term "R.S.V.P." originate?

.
A.

English

B.

Latin

C.

French

D.

Spanish


57.

For what purpose would you use an awl?

.
A.

To make holes

B.

To bake cake

C.

To fix fenders

D.

To draw circles


58.

According to a legend, how many herbs and spices are in Colonel Sander's Original Recipe Kentucky Fried Chicken?

.
A.

11

B.

10

C.

5

D.

13

E.

100


59.

Which of the following must be obtained by foreigner wishing to permanently live in United States of America(USA)?

.
A.

Passport

B.

Affidavit

C.

Honorarium

D.

Visa


60.

What are the dimensions of a "letter size" piece of paper?

.
A.

8 ¾ x 11 inches

B.

7 ¾ x 11 inches

C.

5 ½ x 11 inches

D.

8 ½ x 11 inches


61.

Excluding religious works what is the worlds top selling book?

.
A.

Dictionary

B.

Guinness Book of World Records

C.

Atlas

D.

Enclycopedia


62.

In computer terminology, what does the acronym "ISP" stand for?

.
A.

Inter-Service Personality

B.

Intra Service Provider

C.

Internet Service Provider

D.

Internet Swimming Pond


63.

The process of drilling holes in the skull is called what?

.
A.

Scalposurgery

B.

Skulling

C.

Trepanation

D.

Excavation


64.

What was the name of the first nuclear-powered submarine?

.
A.

Nautilus

B.

Proteus

C.

Cornelius

D.

Osiris


65.

The bite of which insect causes the Lyme Disease?

.
A.

Tse-Tse Fly

B.

Butterfly

C.

Dragon Fly

D.

Deer Tick


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