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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 December 2014

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The word for a territory under British rule that was not part of Great Britain itself was “colony” or “Crown colony”, until the British Nationality Act 1981 which called each one a “British-Dependent Territory”. What name are most of them known by since?

A
British Overseas Colony
B
British Overseas Territory
C
British Overseas Dependency
D
British Territorial Dependency
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2

What was the most famous work of writer L. Frank Baum, who wrote from 1897 to 1912?

A
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
B
Hogfather
C
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth
D
Tarzan of the Apes
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3

The origins of which country can be traced to the forming of a defensive league by Uri, Schwyz and Lower Unterwalden in 1521?

A
San Marino
B
Luxembourg
C
Andorra
D
Switzerland
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4

In which " Star Wars" episode does Anakin Skywalker transform into the black-suited Darth Vader?

A
Episode II: Attack of the Clones
B
Episode I: The Phantom Menace
C
Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
D
Episode IV: A New Hope
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5

Which breed of cat is naturally tailless?

A
Rex
B
Siamese
C
Burmese
D
Manx
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6

What team water sport involves two teams of six field players and one goalkeeper with a maximum of six substitutes?

A
Ice Hockey
B
Water polo
C
Field Hockey
D
Beach Volleyball
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7

The flower heads of which of these is commonly eaten?

A
Broccoli
B
Potato
C
Carrot
D
Pea
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