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General Knowledge Quiz for 25 November 2016

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1

What is a saraband?

A
Egyptian soldier
B
Belt for trousers
C
Dance
D
Desert wind
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2

What film starring Denis Quaid and Tyrese Gibson released in 2004 is a remake of one released in 1965 starring James Stewart and Richard Attenborough?

A
All The King's Men
B
Oceans Eleven
C
Alfie
D
Flight of the Phoenix
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3

The Baltic Sea is along the shores of the Baltic States, Sweden and which other country?

A
Finland
B
Scotland
C
France
D
Switzerland
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4

What computer game has variants such as Sudoku, Stax, Arcade, Jungle and Higher higher?

A
Sokoban
B
Pacman
C
Tetris
D
Frogger
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5

When the Royal Charter was granted to the "Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading with the East Indies" what was the area over which they were granted monopoly?

A
China, Malaysia and the Philippines
B
India and the East Indies
C
All countries east of the Cape of Good Hope and west of the Straits of Magellan
D
The Middle East
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6

Who was President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979 and was depicted in the film "The Last King Of Scotland"?

A
Yusufu Lule
B
Robert Mugabe
C
Milton Obote
D
Idi Amin
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7

What does "popliteal" refer to?

A
Centre of the poppy flower
B
Volcanic formations in the southern Andes
C
Structures at the back of the human knee
D
Population statistics
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