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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 April 2015

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1

Which of these places is a ski and holiday resort on the banks of Lake Wakatipu?

A
Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia
B
Queenstown, South Africa
C
Queenstown, Ireland
D
Queenstown, New Zealand
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2

As at 2015, after he was runner-up in the Australian Open, what is Scotsman Andy Murray's world ranking in tennis?

A
5
B
4
C
3
D
6
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3

On what were the live action films in a French series 1999-2012 depicting the adventures of two warriors from ancient Roman-occupied Europe based?

A
Children's books about a character called Anatole who lived outside Paris
B
Julius Caesar's Commentaries on his battles in Gaul
C
The comic book series about the adventures of Astérix and Obélix
D
Vercingétorix, a Gaulish chieftain
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4

Who sang with the Animals?

A
Dean Martin
B
Peter Tosh
C
Eric Burdon
D
Neil Young
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5

Vidkun Quisling, infamous in Europe, allied himself and his country for a time with what other European figure?

A
General Franco
B
Benito Mussolini
C
Adolf Hitler
D
Napoléon Bonaparte
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6

In the original meaning of "decimate", who is killed?

A
Every tenth person
B
All but a tenth of the people
C
All of the people
D
Most of the people
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7

What part of the body does interstitial nephritis affect?

A
Intercostal muscles
B
Kidneys
C
Joints
D
Spleen
Select from the options above.
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