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General Knowledge Quiz for 12 September 2015

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1

Oscar Wilde, Adolf Hitler and Jeffrey Archer have all written about their experiences in what?

A
Prison
B
The British Conservative Party
C
The army
D
A rugby team
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2

What attaches muscles to bone?

A
Ligaments
B
Tendons
C
Marrow
D
Arteries
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3

Architect George Clarke fronts which TV series?

A
Country House Rescue
B
Grand Designs Australia
C
Location, Location, Location
D
The Restoration Man
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4

What are the narrows between Tierra del Fuego and the Antarctic?

A
Strait of Magellan
B
Drake Passage
C
Foveaux Strait
D
Bass Strait
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5

Which team won the Hockey World Cup the most times in the first 30 years of competition, which has been held every 2 to 3 years since 1971?

A
India
B
Netherlands
C
Pakistan
D
Australia
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6

What links the satire of manners, the play "Lady Windermere's Fan", and the Queensberry Rules for boxing?

A
"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars" in the play was about a boxer
B
Lady Windermere's husband in the play fights under the new rules
C
The playwright was married to the sponsor's daughter
D
A relationship between the playwright and the son of the man who sponsored the rules
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7

Which of these is a hairstyle popular in the late 1950s and 1960s?

A
Beehive
B
Anthill
C
Maresnest
D
Dovecote
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