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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 June 2016

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1

What word had as one of its early meanings "to shoot an arrow short or wide"?

A
Drib
B
Drab
C
Drub
D
Drob
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2

Who was the first person to win a Tony Award, an Academy Award and an Emmy Award in the same year, and the only person to have won all 3 awards in the category of "Best Director"?

A
James Cameron
B
Busby Berkeley
C
Bob Fosse
D
Barbra Streisand
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3

On what continent are the following found: Mt Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater (the world’s largest unbroken caldera), Nile River, Okavango Delta, Red Sea Reef, Sahara Desert, and the Serengeti Migration?

A
Asia
B
Africa
C
Australia
D
America
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4

What is the title of the unfinished novel by Robert Louis Stevenson?

A
Paradise Revisited
B
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
C
The Weir of Hermiston
D
A Study in Scarlet
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5

For a constant sound wave, what is the time interval between successive crests per second called?

A
Wavelength
B
Amplitude
C
Frequency
D
Power
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6

Who was the last President of the Fourth Republic of France, and the first President of the Fifth Republic?

A
Félix Gaillard
B
Georges Pompidou
C
Charles de Gaulle
D
Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
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7

At which Olympic Games were females allowed to compete at track & field athletics for the first time?

A
1932, Los Angeles
B
1920, Antwerp
C
1924, Paris
D
1928, Amsterdam
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