Quiz 026: Mix Quiz 02

Questions

01.) Who introduces the postage stamp to the world?

02.) Which country in 1893 became the first self-governing nation to extend the right to vote to all adult women?

03.) What is the US state which has the same name With a European Country?

04.) Planet Uranus has 27 known natural satellites or moons. The five main satellites are named as Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon. The names for these satellites are chosen from characters from the works of William Shakespeare and which English poet?

05.) In Japan ,What is the well-known term given to th act of committing suicide by cutting open one’s belly?

06.) The Wall Street Journal is a highly respected financial and business newspaper in the United States that was first published on July 8, 1889. Name the founder of The Wall Street Journal?

07.)What is the name of the first human to have been born after conception by in vitro fertilization?

08.)Who was the first major celebrity to die from an AIDS-related illness?

09.)What is the term given to the Hitler’s the official secret police of Nazi Germany and in German-occupied Europe?

10.)In 1999 Climbers of mount Everest found a body of a British mountaineer who disappeared on the northeast ridge of Everest in 1924.Who is this mountaineer?

Answers

01.)Roland Hill

02.)New Zealand

03.)Georgia

04.)Alexander Pope

05.)Harakiri

06.)Charles Henry Dow

07.)Louise Brown

08.)Rock Hudson

09.)Gestapo

10.)George Mallory

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