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General Knowledge Quiz for 23 September 2013

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1

For what activity is Sir Anthony Carrow famous?

A
Ballet
B
Photography
C
Fashion design
D
Sculpture
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2

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli, a Renaissance man of many talents, is well-known for his writings on politics but was also a well-known politician, diplomat, philosopher, humanist, letter writer, playwright, poet, songwriter, and what else?

A
Juggler
B
Historian
C
Keeper of badgers
D
Cyclist
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3

Which country governs the islands called Crete, Lesbos, Rhodes, Corfu, Lemnos, Andros, Naxos and Kos?

A
Philippines
B
Turkey
C
Spain
D
Greece
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4

One form of ascorbic acid is commonly known as which vitamin?

A
D
B
A
C
B
D
C
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5

In 2006, which country announced that it was withdrawing from test match cricket for 12 months?

A
Australia
B
Pakistan
C
UK
D
Zimbabwe
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6

Which Christian festival is celebrated on 6 January, the 12th day after Christmas, to commemorate the coming of the Magi?

A
Epiphany
B
Annunciation
C
Easter
D
Rapprochement
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7

Which of these people was not assassinated in 1963?

A
Lord Louis Mountbatten, British admiral and former Governor-General of India
B
Sylvanus Olympio, first president of independent Togo
C
Medgar Evers, U.S. civil rights activist
D
John F. Kennedy, President of the USA
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