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General Knowledge Quiz for 19 September 2015

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In the UK, there is an annual celebration held on the evening of 5 November. What event does it commemorate?

A
The crowning of a King
B
A British military defeat
C
An attempt to blow up a building, a King and a Parliament
D
The end of a war
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2

Who won the F.I.M. World Championship 500cc motocross title in 1996?

A
Peter Johansson
B
Joël Smets
C
Darryl King
D
Shayne King
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3

Who was Vice President to US President Ronald Reagan during his terms from 1981 to 1989?

A
Henry Kissinger
B
Dan Quayle
C
George H W Bush
D
Al Gore
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4

What is the southernmost point in territory claimed by Chile?

A
Punta Arenas
B
Islas Diego Ramirez
C
South Pole
D
South Shetland Islands
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5

Zirconium, hafnium and rutherfordium are elements in the same group in the periodic table of elements, and transition metals; what is the fourth member of this group?

A
Scandium
B
Vanadium
C
Titanium
D
Chromium
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6

The Council of Trent in the 16th century was held between believers of what religious faith?

A
Sufi
B
Islam
C
Christianity
D
Buddhism
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7

"Wicked" by Stephen Schwartz & Winnie Holzman, which is loosely based on a novel by Gregory Maguire, is about who?

A
Garfield, from the comic strip created by Jim Davis
B
The Queen of Hearts from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
C
William, a character created by Richmal Crompton
D
The Wicked Witch of the West from "The Wizard of Oz"
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