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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 December 2015

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1

Who was behind the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, a failed attempt to overthrow the government?

A
Francisco Franco
B
Benito Mussolini
C
Adolf Hitler
D
Mao Tse Tung
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2

The samba originated in which country?

A
Mexico
B
Brazil
C
Argentina
D
Spain
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3

Lead poisoning, caused by increased levels of the metal lead in the blood, that may cause irreversible neurological damage, renal disease, and reproductive toxicity, is not also known in medical circles as … ?

A
Plumbism
B
Saturnism
C
Gunshot wounds
D
Painter's colic
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4

Which country has borders with the Central African Republic, Sudan, Zambia, Angola, the Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi (with Tanzania across Lake Tanganyika)?

A
Egypt
B
Democratic Republic of the Congo
C
Somalia
D
South Africa
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5

Who wrote "The Shape Of Things To Come"?

A
Jules Verne
B
H G Wells
C
Aldous Huxley
D
Sir Thomas More
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6

Who wrote "Desperate Remedies" (1871) and "Under The Greenwood Tree" (1872)?

A
Anthony Trollope
B
Thomas Hardy
C
Robert Louis Stevenson
D
Charles Dickens
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7

What sport is the concern of the PGA?

A
Petanque
B
Parachuting
C
Golf
D
Archery
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