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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 September 2012

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1

"Die Fledermaus" is an operetta composed by Johann Strauss II. What is a "fledermaus"?

A
Rat
B
Cat
C
Bat
D
Hat
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2

The southern border of the US state of Oregon is with what US state?

A
Iowa
B
California
C
Texas
D
New Mexico
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3

What actress, born in Muscat, Oman, began acting on Australian television on "Paradise Beach" and "Home and Away" and is known for her roles in "Wedding Crashers" (2005), "Hot Rod" (2007), "Definitely, Maybe" (2008) and "Confessions of a Shopaholic" (2009)?

A
Kylie Minogue
B
Isla Fisher
C
Cate Blanchett
D
Keisha Castle-Hughes
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4

What is the largest species of whale?

A
Blue whale
B
Sperm whale
C
Humpback whale
D
Marlin
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5

The Romanov Dynasty (Peter I, Catherine I, Peter II, Anna, Ivan VI, Elizabeth, Peter III, Catherine II the Great, Paul I, Alexander I, Constantine I, Nicholas I, Alexander II , Alexander III and Nicholas II) ruled which country?

A
India
B
Iraq
C
Russia
D
Turkey
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6

What is the motto of the Hells Angels?

A
Don't touch the Hog
B
When we do right, nobody remembers. When we do wrong, nobody forgets
C
One for all and all for one
D
A healthy mind in a healthy body
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7

Which of these was a boxer born in 1958 and known as "The Hit Man"?

A
Thomas Hearns
B
Mike Tyson
C
Joe Frazier
D
Marvin Hagler
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