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Ten10 - Part 8

Ten days, ten questions. A mammoth 100 question quiz over a week and a half. Good Luck. 10 Questions.

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What is the name of the largest 'room' in the Tate gallery in London, which typically houses large commissioned artworks and is sponsored by Unilever?

  • Hall One
  • The Hall
  • Wiltshire Hall
  • Turbine Hall

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Having recently been used for a childrens show on ITV and originally on Channel 5, what is the name of this fort off of the coast of France?

  • Fort Lycanne
  • Fort Boyard
  • Fort Spear
  • Fort Azov


In rugby league, a try is worth 4 points, but, how many points is a try worth in rugby union?

  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6


Who recently has had chart success with the song "Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra)"?

  • Gotye
  • Flo Rida
  • will.i.am
  • One Direction


Occurring in 1967, the 'Six-Day war' was fought in what part of the world?

  • Europe
  • South America
  • Middle East
  • Oceania


What is the popular term given to tricking someone into watching Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" video on YouTube?

  • Ricktrolling
  • Rickrolling
  • Ricking
  • April Ricks Day

Question 7 Photo

Under a publication-wise reboot for Marvel Comics, who is the new alter-ego of 'Spider-Man' in the 'Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man' series?

  • Miles Morales
  • Timothy Blackheath
  • Samuel Jefferson
  • James Pettey


In chemistry, litmus paper is used to indicate a solutions what?

  • Sugar content
  • Combustion temperature
  • Viral count
  • pH value


The Louisiana Purchase, was a $15 million payment by the US in 1803 for 828,000 square miles of land. To which country was this payment made?

  • Canada
  • France
  • Spain
  • Portgual


Put these African countries in order of their population size, smallest first.

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  • Nigeria
  • Libya
  • Madagascar
  • South Africa