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Daily Quiz #1051

General Knowledge Quiz for 4 December 2011

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1

In 1692, Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Sarah Wildes, Rebecca Nurse, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs Sr., George Burroughs, John Willard, John Procter and others were executed in connection with what?

A
Witchcraft
B
Brawling in public
C
Larceny
D
Inciting revolution
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2

Which of these is a diamond pattern, often used in knitting?

A
Variegated
B
Fair Isle
C
Aran
D
Argyle
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3

Which river flows through or forms the border of Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine?

A
Limpopo
B
Rhone
C
Thames
D
Danube
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4

By what name was Rocco Francis Marchegiano heavyweight boxing world champion from September 1952, to April 1956 better known?

A
Rocky Nelson
B
Rocky Romero
C
Rocky Raccoon
D
Rocky Marciano
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5

Which of these is the Benedictine monk who made important contributions to the production and quality of Champagne wine and is (incorrectly, apparently) commonly credited with having invented it?

A
Fra Chandon
B
Dom Perignon
C
Moet of Lyons
D
Charles de Saint-√Čvremond
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6

The olfactory organs are concerned with the sense of what?

A
Taste
B
Sight
C
Smell
D
Hearing
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7

Who was the principal villan in the 2004 movie 'Spider-Man 2'?

A
Green Goblin
B
The Riddler
C
Dr. Otto Octavius
D
Sandman
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