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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 June 2012

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1

In musical notation, what word means "exactly: neither sharp nor flat"?

A
Tonic
B
Ordinary
C
Pitched
D
Natural
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2

Which of these breeds is most commonly used as a police dog?

A
Poodle
B
German shepherd
C
Chihuahua
D
Shihtzu
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3

Which of these volcanoes last showed major activity?

A
Krakatoa
B
Kilimanjaro
C
Vesuvius
D
Fuji
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4

Who featured on the 2006 UK #1 single "Thunder in My Heart Again" by Meck SP?

A
Billy Ray Cyrus
B
Leo Sayer
C
David Essex
D
Ringo Starr
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5

What novel, alternatively entitled "There and Back Again", is a fantasy novel by J R R Tolkien, published in September 1937?

A
The Habit
B
The Rabbit
C
The Hobbit
D
The Mamet
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6

Since 1961, with what group have Eric Baker, Sean MacBride, Martin Ennals Dirk Börner, Thomas Hammarberg, José Zalaquett, Suriya Wickremasinghe, Wolfgang Heinz, Franca Sciuto, Peter Duffy, Annette Fischer, Ross Daniels, Susan Waltz, Mahmoud Ben Romdhane, Colm O Cuanachain, Paul Hoffman, Jaap Jacobson, Hanna Roberts, Lilian Gonçalves-Ho Kang You, Peter Pack, Peter Benenson, Ian Martin, Pierre Sané, Irene Khan and Salil Shetty been associated?

A
Oxfam
B
Mensa
C
Amnesty International
D
Greenpeace
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7

What sport is featured in the play "Foreskin's Lament" by Greg McGee?

A
Baseball
B
Soccer
C
Rugby
D
Hockey
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