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General Knowledge Quiz for 30 June 2012

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1

What term applies to an engine comprising two banks of four cylinders inclined towards each other, with a common crankshaft?

A
ABS
B
DOHC-EFI
C
Diesel
D
V8
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2

Which football team returned home from the 2010 African Nations Cup in Angola after their bus was shot at and three people were killed?

A
Togo
B
South Africa
C
Democratic Republic of the Congo
D
Republic of the Congo
Select from the options above.
3

The "Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act" signed into law in the US state of Arizona on 23 April 2010 to take effect on 28 July 2010, concerns what?

A
Funding for "Neighbourhood Watch" groups
B
Illegal immigration
C
Installation over over 10,000 CCTV cameras
D
Harsher penalties for drunk drivers
Select from the options above.
4

Whose autobiography was entitled "A Long Walk to Freedom"?

A
Mao Zedong
B
Mikhail Gorbachev
C
Nelson Mandela
D
Sitting Bull
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5

In the film "Scream", what was Drew Barrymore doing while she was on the telephone?

A
Making popcorn
B
Making the bed
C
Making love
D
Making a model aeroplane
Select from the options above.
6

Tofu is made by coagulating what, and compacting the resulting curds into blocks?

A
Sheep's milk
B
Goat's milk
C
Cow's milk
D
Soy milk
Select from the options above.
7

Which body of water borders the state of Washington, USA?

A
Gulf of Mexico
B
Atlantic Ocean
C
Lake Michigan
D
Pacific Ocean
Select from the options above.
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