Answers to HSL’s Weekly Quiz- 14th February 2022

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  1. Which of the eight major islands in Hawaii has no permanent residents?

Kaho’olawe

 

  1. Edvard Munch’s, ‘The Scream’, was stolen in 1994 and 2004 from museums in which European capital?

Oslo

 

  1. Who was the first American scientist to win a Nobel Prize in 1907?

Albert M. Michelson

 

  1. S. Presidents, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, were all born in what year?

1946

 

  1. Who wrote the dystopian novel, ‘Fahrenheit 451’?

Ray Bradbury

 

  1. Which actress stars in the 1993 rom-com film, ‘Sleepless in Seattle’, alongside Tom Hanks?

Meg Ryan

 

  1. Gray, blue, bowhead and finback are varieties of which mammal species?

Whales

 

  1. Which insect has the shortest lifespan, at less than five minutes?

Mayfly

 

  1. Prometheus is an inner satellite of which planet?

Saturn

 

  1. What are the two main colours in the McDonald’s logo?

Red and yellow

 

  1. Abu Dhabi is the capital of which country?

United Arab Emirates

 

  1. The month of July was named after which historical figure?

Julius Caesar

 

  1. When was Elton John’s song, ‘Rocket Man’, released?

1972

 

  1. Who was the second person to set foot on the moon?

Buzz Aldrin

 

  1. Who wrote the children’s novel, ‘The Hunchback of Notre-Dame’?

Victor Hugo

 

  1. Which is the first city to hold both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games?

Beijing

 

  1. In what year did English rock band, The Beatles, split up?

1970

 

  1. Which Canadian state is Whistler in?

British Columbia

 

  1. Gouda is a popular cheese originating from which country?

The Netherlands

 

  1. Which English 80s rock group, featuring Phil Collins, recently announced a reunion?

Genesis

 

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