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Daily Quiz #316

General Knowledge Quiz for 29 November 2009

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Casts of Sir George Frampton's statue of "Peter Pan" are in Kensington Gardens, London; Sefton Park, Liverpool; Camden, New Jersey, USA; Perth, Australia; Toronto, Canada; Bowring Park, St. John's, Canada and which other location?

A
Brussels, Belgium
B
Sydney, Australia
C
Cape Town, South Africa
D
New Delhi, India
Select from the options above.
2

What is the east coast of Nicaragua, fronting the Caribbean Sea, called?

A
Costa del Sol
B
Riviera
C
Gold Coast
D
Mosquito Coast
Select from the options above.
3

Why did John Malkovich, Steven Spielberg, Kevin Bacon, Larry King, Mort Zuckerman, Senator Frank Lautenberg and co-owner of the NY Mets, Saul Katz, all form part of the same news item in 2009?

A
They were victims of Bernard Madoff's swindles
B
They attended the bedside of Natasha Richardson
C
They invested in the film "Tintin", to be produced by Peter Jackson
D
They were passengers in a plane that crashed onto the Hudson River, New York
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4

What Italian word describes a group of fans, that is commonly used to refer to the supporters of Scuderia Ferrari in Formula One?

A
Tifosi
B
Ferrati
C
Skinheads
D
Terrazzo
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5

What is the circumference of a circle whose radius is 7 inches?

A
14 inches
B
22 inches
C
7 inches
D
44 inches
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6

Which of these was a Prime Minister of Great Britain?

A
John Major
B
John Sergeant
C
John Colonel
D
John General
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7

What was abolished throughout the British Empire in 1833?

A
Slavery
B
Capital punishment
C
Arms sales to native persons
D
The sale of liquor to indigenous peoples
Select from the options above.
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