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Daily Quiz #819

General Knowledge Quiz for 16 April 2011

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1

Where is the Sea of Waves?

A
Off Tierra del Fuego
B
Between Australia and New Zealand
C
Between India and Sri Lanka
D
On the Moon
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2

In March 2010, Brean Hammond of Nottingham University claimed that the play "Double Falsehood" by Lewis Theobald is based on the play "Cardenio", which was co-written by John Fletcher and whom?

A
Oscar Wilde
B
W S Gilbert
C
George Bernard Shaw
D
William Shakespeare
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3

Which of these is a square-mouthed estuary on the northwest edge of East Anglia, where Norfolk meets Lincolnshire on the east coast of England?

A
The Solent
B
The Wash
C
Bristol Channel
D
The Irish Sea
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4

Which country did long distance runner Emil Zatopek represent?

A
Czechoslovakia
B
Austria
C
Finland
D
Romania
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5

What electricity voltage is provided as mains power in Britain?

A
100 Volts
B
120 Volts
C
110 Volts
D
230 Volts
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6

How did US president John F Kennedy die?

A
Land mine explosion
B
Skiing accident
C
Assassination
D
Plane crash
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7

Which school is the setting for the 1939 film "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"?

A
Brookfield Public School
B
East High School
C
Rydell High School
D
North Manual High School
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