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General Knowledge Quiz for 24 December 2013

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1

Carbon is the main constituent of which of these?

A
Molasses
B
Turpentine
C
Brass
D
Charcoal
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2

What was the subject of the referendum held in Australia 1999?

A
To change the number of MPs in federal government
B
To make observance of daylight saving consistent
C
To standardise railway gauges across all states
D
To become a republic
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3

What does the "S" stand for in the letters "SWALK" written on an envelope?

A
Spent
B
Signed
C
Stolen
D
Sealed
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4

Which of these countries produces the greatest quantity of crude oil?

A
Iran
B
China
C
Saudi Arabia
D
Mexico
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5

A 1987 film starring Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann, described as "one of Britain's biggest cult films", is what " ... and I"?

A
The King
B
Withnail
C
The church
D
The hatstand
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6

What field of work is Alessandro Volta (1745-1827) best known for?

A
Study of rivers
B
Electricity
C
Sports science
D
Theory of evolution
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7

On a rifle shooting target, what is the name of the ring between the inner and the outer?

A
Eagle
B
Bull
C
Magpie
D
Birdie
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