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General Knowledge Quiz for 30 December 2012

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1

The Iguazu Falls are on the border of which two countries?

A
China & Korea
B
Syria & Jordan
C
Thailand & Cambodia
D
Brazil & Argentina
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2

What US TV series concerned a New Jersey crime family?

A
The Three Tenors
B
The Coloraturas
C
The Altoes
D
The Sopranos
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3

What chemical element with atomic number 55 is a soft, silvery-gold alkali metal with a melting point of 28 °C (83 °F), and one of only five metals that are liquid at or near room temperature?

A
Gallium
B
Mercury
C
Caesium
D
Silicon
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4

What colour connects 29 October 1929, 19 October 1987 and 22 November 1963?

A
Red
B
Black
C
Orange
D
White
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5

What word is used to describe someone who speaks many languages?

A
Polymer
B
Polymorph
C
Polynomial
D
Polyglot
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6

Which of these is a very good hand in the game of poker?

A
4 fives and a jack
B
A Jack and an Ace
C
A three, a seven, a six and a King
D
Ace to 10 of hearts
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7

After her death on 26 July 1952, whose embalmed body was displayed in her office for almost 2 years, buried in a crypt in Milan, Italy, under the name "María Maggi", exhumed In 1971 and flown to Spain (where her widower kept it in his home), and buried in the family tomb in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1974?

A
Eva Perón
B
Maria Callas
C
Pearl Bailey
D
Mae West
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