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1

Saratoga and Yorktown, USA, are the sites of the defeat of which armies?

A
French
B
Confederate
C
Union
D
British
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2

What is an important Jewish religious site located in the Old City of Jerusalem which dates from the end of the Second Temple period, being constructed around 19 BCE by Herod the Great?

A
The Laughing Gas
B
The Crying Shame
C
The Wailing Wall
D
The Moaning Mini
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3

About how much of the human body is composed of water?

A
60 per cent
B
40 per cent
C
75 per cent
D
10 per cent
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4

Which of these wines comes from Spain?

A
Spumante
B
Cava
C
Sekt
D
Champagne
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5

As at 2014 how many sports are contested in the Winter Paralympics?

A
20
B
5
C
45
D
4
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6

Which of these people was not assassinated between 1900 and 1909?

A
Theodoros Deligiannis, Prime Minister of Greece
B
William McKinley, President of the USA
C
Russian communist leader Leon Trotsky
D
Prince Ito Hirobumi, First Prime Minister of Japan
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7

She is one of the best-selling female artists of all time in a career spanning over five decades, sings in more than 15 languages, performing jazz, pop, opera, cabaret, and folk. What is her name?

A
Cher, USA
B
Nana Mouskouri, Greece
C
Janis Joplin, USA
D
Olivia Newton-John, Britain/Australia
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