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General Knowledge Quiz for 17 June 2015

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1

Who includes in his repertoire since 2009 films as different as "Fantastic Mr Fox", "The Men Who Stare At Goats", "The Ides of March", and "Gravity"?

A
George Clooney
B
Ewan McGregor
C
Bill Murray
D
Ryan Gosling
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2

What does the abbreviation CHOGM stand for?

A
Chief Human Organ Gathering Manager
B
Critical House of Green Men
C
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
D
Central Hibernian Organisation for Gender Management
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3

What was the name of the IBM computer that defeated world chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1997?

A
Deep Blue
B
Big Brain
C
Big Blue
D
Deep Throat
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4

In Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan and among Persian-speaking populations of Central Asia, what is the sport called that involves two teams of horse riders, a dead goat and few rules?

A
Ramadan
B
Buzkashi
C
Polo
D
Goat ball
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5

Banksy's 2015 work on the walls of a ruined building in the Gaza Strip, Palestine, depicts what?

A
A kitten with a bow
B
A dog urinating on a gun
C
An unknown old man
D
A parachuting rat
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6

Digitalis is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and biennials that are commonly called … ?

A
Hyacinth
B
Deadly nightshade
C
Hemlock
D
Foxglove
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7

The Australian city of Hobart is on which river?

A
Swan
B
Derwent
C
Torrens
D
Yarra
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