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General Knowledge Quiz for 12 November 2012

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1

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall are mentioned in what 1982 hit song?

A
"Key Largo" by Bertie Higgins
B
"God Save the Queen" by the Sex Pistols
C
"Under Cover of the Night" by the Rolling Stones
D
"Private Dancer" by Tina Turner
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2

Which of these is a nickname that is often given to the flag of the USA?

A
Old Faithful
B
Old Glory
C
Old Magnificent
D
Old Sam
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3

What is the word for a plant which grows on something else, using moisture and food from the environment other than what is supporting it?

A
Epiphany
B
Parasite
C
Epiphyte
D
Saprophyte
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4

Which of these can mean a chill or fit of shivering, or a condition, especially associated with malaria, characterised by alternating periods of chills, fever, and sweating?

A
Ague
B
Ebola
C
Rickets
D
Spontaneous dental regeneration
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5

What is the name of the test cricket venue in Nottingham, England?

A
Old Trafford
B
Headingley
C
Edgebaston
D
Trent Bridge
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6

Who plays Mark Sloan in the US TV series "Grey's Anatomy"?

A
Isaiah Washington
B
Patrick Dempsey
C
Beyoncé
D
James Pickens, Jr.
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7

The North Atlantic Treaty was signed in Washington, D.C. in 1949 by Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, UK, US, Portugal, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Canada and which other country?

A
Iceland
B
Mexico
C
Japan
D
Australia
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