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General Knowledge Quiz for 25 October 2015

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1

By what name is Mrs Montagu Barstow better known?

A
J K Rowling
B
George Eliot
C
Virginia Woolf
D
Baroness Orczy
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2

Under a hire purchase agreement, whereby an item is purchased in installments, when do the goods in question become the property of the purchaser?

A
When more than 25% has been paid for
B
When the agreement is signed
C
When more than 50% has been paid for
D
When it is fully paid for
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3

What is the official language of the principality of Andorra?

A
Portuguese
B
Spanish
C
French
D
Catalan
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4

Where are the Paralympics Games 2016?

A
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
B
Madrid, Spain
C
Tokyo, Japan
D
Chicago, USA
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5

Given that the speed of sound is 1120 feet per second, if a person makes a sound that bounces off an object 112 feet away, how long will it take for that echo to be heard?

A
11.2 seconds
B
0.1 seconds
C
2 seconds
D
0.2 seconds
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6

The Reign Of Terror was a period in the revolution of which country?

A
Russia
B
France
C
USA
D
Portugal
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7

It is generally accepted that the first true "Beat" novel was "Go" by John Clennon (1952) followed by "Howl" by Allen Ginsberg (1956). The Beat culture entered its heyday with the publication of what novel by Jack Kerouac?

A
Down the Drain
B
Up the Creek
C
Off Our Heads
D
On the Road
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