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General Knowledge Quiz for 15 January 2016

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1

The technology industry centre known as "Silicon Valley" is in which state of the USA?

A
California
B
New York
C
Texas
D
Florida
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2

What product of photosynthesis, a carbohydrate occurring in the cells of plants, can be changed into glucose or dextrine?

A
Sugar
B
Latex
C
Gluten
D
Starch
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3

Roughly what does Juliet mean when she says "Wherefore art thou Romeo"?

A
Why don't you call me?
B
Where are you?
C
What a great painting!
D
Why are you a Montague?
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4

How many times has cricket been an Olympic sport?

A
4
B
2
C
3
D
1
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5

Which play by Alan Ayckbourn calls for a set with three double beds on stage simultaneously?

A
Bedroom Farce
B
Absurd Person Singular
C
Woman in Mind
D
Just Between Ourselves
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6

Who married Sarah Hugill in 1972, had two children, divorced in 1983, married Sarah Brightman in 1984, divorced in 1990, married Madeleine Gurdon in 1991, and had three children?

A
Kris Kristofferson
B
Tim Rice
C
Burt Bacharach
D
Andrew Lloyd Webber
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7

The membership of which British intellectual socialist group formed in London in 1884 included George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Virginia Woolf, Ramsay MacDonald, Emmeline Pankhurst and Bertrand Russell?

A
The Darin Society
B
The Dion Society
C
The Fabian Society
D
The Rydell Society
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