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General Knowledge Quiz for 25 June 2016

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1

Which of these is one of the 7 letters used by the Romans to signify numbers?

A
Z
B
P
C
C
D
K
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2

What is the name of the obelisk brought from Heliopolis, Egypt, that now stands in London?

A
Nelson's Column
B
The Monument
C
Cleopatra's Needle
D
Eros
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3

In Billy Wilder's film "Sunset Boulevard", in which Gloria Swanson often said the line, "All right, Mr DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up", who played Cecil B DeMille?

A
Gary Cooper
B
Victor Mature
C
Cecil B DeMille
D
Charlton Heston
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4

The first US National Champions of which sport were Team Roslindale when the first sanctioned Official Nationals were played in Leominster Ma in 1974?

A
Ice skating
B
Roller Blading
C
Rollerball
D
Street hockey
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5

Someone facing up to a difficult situation is said to take what animal "by the horns"?

A
Goat
B
Bull
C
Okapi
D
Snail
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6

What is the function of the smallest skeletal muscle in the human body

A
To contract the iris of the eye
B
To control tics in the eyelid
C
To control the movement or vibration of the stapes in the ear
D
To contract the uvula at the back of the throat
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7

Jean-Claude Van Damme plays both of the twins, separated after the death of their parents, in which 1991 film?

A
Twins
B
Double Impact
C
Two for the Road
D
Deux Chevaux
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