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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 February 2015

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1

Which of these most distinguishes Richard Nixon from other US Presidents?

A
He is the only President whose name begins with an "R"
B
He took office, as Vice-President on the death of the incumbent
C
He was brought up in the Quaker faith
D
He resigned from office
Select from the options above.
2

If you travelled east from the north shores of Lake Victoria, Uganda, to the southern tip of Sri Lanka what would you be travelling along?

A
The equator
B
The Livingstone ley line
C
Tropic of Capricorn
D
The Greenwich meridian
Select from the options above.
3

According to Celtic legend, where did heroes go to die?

A
Avalon
B
Valhalla
C
Nirvana
D
Necropolis
Select from the options above.
4

In which English city is "The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4" by Sue Townsend, set?

A
Birmingham
B
Manchester
C
Leicester
D
Liverpool
Select from the options above.
5

What is a cyclamen?

A
Plant
B
Personal transport for two
C
One orbit of the earth around the sun
D
A service park on the Tour De France
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6

Which game is played between two teams of up to sixteen players, eleven of whom are permitted to be on the pitch at any one time, on a field 91.40m by 5m (100 by 60 yards)?

A
Rugby League
B
Netball
C
Cricket
D
Hockey
Select from the options above.
7

What is stuxnet?

A
Social media
B
Badminton equipment
C
Computer virus
D
A governmental alliance in an episode of the film "Star Wars"
Select from the options above.
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