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General Knowledge Quiz for 27 October 2013

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1

Which of these people did not win one of the four major golf tournaments in 2010?

A
Louis Oosthuizen
B
Martin Kaymer
C
Graeme McDowell
D
Tiger Woods
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2

From 1894 to 1960, all of the Mosquito Coast was part of which country?

A
Nicaragua
B
Mexico
C
Costa Rica
D
Honduras
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3

Who leads "The CBS Orchestra", the house band for "The Late Show with David Letterman"?

A
Paul Shaffer
B
Desi Arnaz
C
Daniel Barenboim
D
Mae West
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4

Traditionally the designation "caviar" is only used for sturgeon roe from the wild species living in the Caspian and Black Seas. Which of these is NOT one of them?

A
Sevruga
B
Odessa
C
Beluga
D
Ossetra
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5

The following lyric is from which song: "Don't know much about the French I took"?

A
"Splish Splash" by Bobby Darin & Murray Kaufman
B
"(What a) Wonderful World" by Sam Cooke, Lou Adler & Herb Alpert
C
"I Don't Like Mondays" by Bob Geldof
D
"Good Morning, School Girl" often credited to John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson
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6

When was Uluru (Ayers Rock) in the Northern Territory of Australia declared a World Heritage Site?

A
1945
B
1987
C
1981
D
1973
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7

What is the estimated length of the year of the newly-discovered earth-like planet KOI-172.02?

A
238 Earth days
B
359 Earth days
C
242 Earth days
D
384 Earth days
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