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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 September 2016

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1

Not all human digits are the same length; which is usually the shortest in any person?

A
Ring finger
B
Thumb
C
Little toe
D
Little finger
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2

In 17th century England James Hind became notorious as what?

A
Highwayman
B
Pirate
C
Privateer
D
Smuggler
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3

At the 1996 Olympics, what did Carl Lewis become the fourth person to do?

A
Miss a medal award ceremony
B
Run in bare feet
C
Win 9 gold medals
D
Assault an official
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4

Which nation was the first nuclear free zone?

A
Republic of Palau
B
New Zealand
C
Austria
D
Estonia
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5

Indigenous languages spoken in French Guiana include Wayampi, Emerillon and ...?

A
Tupi
B
Tairona
C
Carib
D
GuaranĂ­
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6

How would a vocal ensemble singing a cappella usually be accompanied?

A
By wind instruments in fugue
B
By nothing
C
By nothing, or instruments doubling one or more of the vocal lines
D
By an organ
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7

Which school is associated with the High School Musical?

A
Rydell High School
B
East High School
C
North Manual High School
D
Brookfield Public School
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