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#1  Buttons  20 seconds

What do librarians wear to work?

Whatever they want within the limits of their institutions' dress codes

Cardigans

Police uniforms

Hot pants and bikini tops

#2  Buttons  20 seconds

What was the appellation of Mohammed Reza Pahlavi?

Shah

Sultan

Caliph

Dauphin

Mohammed Reza Pahlavi (1878-1944) had the distinction of being called 'Shah' which is short for Shahanshah

#3  Buttons  20 seconds

Are you allowed to raise a person in the air, who is standing on the forklift tines?

no, not at all.

yes, with permission of the safety rep.

yes, if they have a harness strapped to the carriage.

yes, with permission of the safety rep.

This is a most definite NO.

#4  Buttons  20 seconds

What was the style of painting which was introduced by the artists Seurat and Signac?

Pointillism

Romantic

Abstract

Impressionist

Pointillist painting is made up of tiny dots of colour which look rather strange from close up,

#5  Buttons  20 seconds

What did a leech collector often use as a lure for collecting leeches?

His own legs

Bamboo spears

Silk nets

Baleen

They would use their bare legs as bait. They would climb out of the water with leeches all over their legs.

#6  Buttons  20 seconds

What was the title given to both Richelieu and Thomas Wolsey?

Saint

Reverend

Bishop

cardinal

Armand Jean du Plesis de Richelieu or Cardinal Richelieu (1555-1642) was a French clergyman and statesman

#7  Buttons  20 seconds

What title was given to Hirohito and Haile Selassie?

Shogun

Pope

Emperor

Khan

he term emperor originated from the Latin 'imperator'. It describes a male monarch who is the sovereign ruler of an empi

#8  Buttons  20 seconds

What was the title of Powhatan and Joseph?

Chief

Duke

Imam

Count

Chief Joseph

#9  Buttons  20 seconds

United Kingdom's celebrated Prime Minister was a key figure during WWII. Who was he?

Winston Churchill

William Gladstone

Benjamin Disraeli

Robert Peel

Winston Churchill is known for being the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945,

#10  Buttons  20 seconds

This popular American author of "In Cold Blood" was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. What is the name of this author?

Truman Capote

Jack Dunphy

Harper Lee

Jim Jacobson

In addition to "In Cold Blood," Capote is also very well noted for "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
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