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General Knowledge Quiz for 26 February 2009

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What name was applied to legislation regarding the sale of liquor in the USA between 1919 to 1933?

A
Speakeasy Act
B
Embargo
C
Freedom of Spirit
D
Prohibition
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2

A necromancer is a type of what?

A
Sexual deviant
B
Undertaker
C
Crypt
D
Sorcerer
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3

Which American blues artist died on 21 June 2001?

A
Howlin' Wolf
B
Buddy Guy
C
Willie Dixon
D
John Lee Hooker
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4

What is the inherited condition that causes the body to retain copper, which can lead to brain and liver damage?

A
Cuprophobia
B
Parkinson's disease
C
Downs syndrome
D
Wilson's disease
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5

Which country used to be called Southern Rhodesia?

A
Zanzibar
B
Zaire
C
Zimbabwe
D
Zambia
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6

Who wrote the opera "The Magic Flute"?

A
Verdi
B
Mozart
C
Puccini
D
Britten
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7

At which Olympic Games were females allowed to compete at track & field athletics for the first time?

A
1932, Los Angeles
B
1920, Antwerp
C
1924, Paris
D
1928, Amsterdam
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