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General Knowledge Quiz for 21 December 2015

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1

In 1932 the Kingdom of Hejaz and Nejd unified with the regions of Al-Hasa and Qatif to form which country?

A
Somalia
B
Ethiopia
C
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
D
Republic of the Congo
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2

Who is reputed to have survived over 55 assassination attempts, the most notable of which (the only time in modern history when a Head of State has personally exchanged fire with a potential assassin) was in 1931?

A
Franklin D. Roosevelt
B
King Zog of Albania
C
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
D
Adolf Hitler
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3

According to the books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, who raised Tarzan after he was orphaned?

A
Mice
B
Apes
C
His aunt
D
Captain Bligh
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4

What does the "R" stand for in the "RLIF" World Rankings?

A
Rugby
B
Racing
C
Ringette
D
Real
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5

J. E. Brandenberger, a Swiss chemist and textile engineer, discovered the process to make what?

A
Cellophane
B
Chanel no. 5
C
Bakelite
D
Nylon stockings
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6

Along with peaches, Peach Melba consists of what flavour of ice cream and what type of sauce?

A
Vanilla and raspberry
B
Chocolate and tomato
C
Neapolitan and Worcestershire
D
Raspberry and Chocolate
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7

Which company, founded in 1950, was the world's first independent credit card company?

A
Carte Blanche
B
American Express
C
Diners Club
D
MasterCard
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