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General Knowledge Quiz for 6 July 2011

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1

On 30 January 2006, which album was certified at 29× Multi Platinum, tying with Michael Jackson's "Thriller" as the biggest selling album in the US market?

A
"Abba Gold" by Abba
B
"Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)" by the Eagles
C
"Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen
D
"The Sound of Music" film soundtrack album
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2

What was Emma Bunton's nickname when she was in the Spice Girls?

A
Bubsy
B
Boo boo
C
Baby
D
Gaga
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3

In the nursery rhyme beginning "Hey Diddle Diddle", who jumped over the moon?

A
Cat
B
Dish
C
Little dog
D
Cow
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4

The Schengen Agreement, a treaty signed between five states of the European Community in 1985, provided for the removal of what?

A
Border controls between countries
B
Nuclear weapons
C
The Berlin Wall
D
Military bases in Asia
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5

What is the name of the main tournament course at St Andrews Golf Club?

A
The Old Course
B
Tam o' Shanter
C
The Sporran
D
Bonny Prince Charlie
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6

What is featured on the flag of Mexico?

A
An eagle eating a snake
B
A wheel
C
A lion rampant
D
A duck
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7

What paraffin-derived clear, transparent liquid developed in 1924 by W. J. Stoddard and Lloyd E. Jackson began to be used by dry cleaners in 1928 and has become a common organic solvent used in painting and decorating?

A
White spirit
B
Turpentine
C
Kerosene
D
Methylated spirit
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