The daily quiz

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1. Keri Hulme’s The bone peo­ple, an­nounced win­ner of the Booker Prize on this day in 1985, was the first de­but novel to claim it — true or false?

2. The Bat­tle of Bri­tain ended on this day in 1940 — who coined the term?

3. Paula Te­soriero, our Dis­abil­ity Rights Com­mis­sioner, is an ac­coun­tant, lawyer, teacher?

4. Map­par­ium, a three-storey glass globe, is in Bos­ton, Ed­in­burgh, St Peters­burg?

5. Which Kiwi wrote the pi­o­neer­ing his­tory A Destiny Apart?

6. The All Blacks were the first team to win back-to-back Rugby World Cups on this day in 2015 beat­ing whom? 7. Where were Mars bars first made? 8. Which jazz leg­end played on the first record­ing of Ge­or­gia on My Mind — Louis Arm­strong, Bix Bei­der­becke, Fats Waller? 9. In which coun­try is Sa­markand?

10. Si­mon Le­gree is a vi­cious slave owner in which novel?

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