The KIN Mid-Week Quiz 81 Answers

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  1. Which notorious figure is Russian history was referred to as Starets? (Rasputin)

 

  1. Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods featured which mountain range? (Appalachians)

 

  1. Name three countries which control territory on the island of Borneo. (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia)

 

  1. What position does Australian Bill Shorten hold? (Leader of the Labor Party)

 

  1. Which element has the symbol K? (potassium)

 

  1. In the Gene Pitney song which city was he 24 hours from? (Tulsa)

 

  1. What is the fourth estate? ( the press/media)

 

  1. Who was the Greek goddess for agriculture and crops? (Demeter)

 

  1. The Summer of Love took place in 1966, 1967, 1968 or 1969? (1967)

 

  1. What does the French phrase hors de combat mean ? (out of action)