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General Knowledge Quiz for Thursday, 22 December 2016

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1

The MacRobertson International Shield is competed for by Australia, Great Britain, New Zealand and the United States and known affectionately as "the MacRob", in which sport?

A
Quoits
B
Tug o War
C
Rollerball
D
Croquet
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2

When infection with Epstein–Barr virus occurs during adolescence what can it cause?

A
Ruptured eardrums
B
Anaemia
C
Infectious mononucleosis
D
Gout
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3

Which bridge is nearest to the Royal National Theatre on the South Bank of the Thames, London?

A
Tower
B
London
C
Waterloo
D
Westminster
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4

Who are the central figures of John Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men"?

A
George & Lenny
B
Beavis & Butthead
C
Butch & Sundance
D
Bonnie & Clyde
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5

Which Sultan of Egypt ruled an expanding empire that included Syria, Mesopotamia, and most of Asia Minor until stopped in 1192 by Richard I in the first Crusade?

A
Che Guevara
B
Scaramouche
C
El Cid
D
Saladin
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6

In English Law, what is the name for a person other than a guardian who appears in court on behalf of someone who is unable to do so (e.g. a minor, or insane)?

A
Attorney
B
Next Friend
C
Pleader
D
Vassal
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7

The Greeks constructed hippodromes for holding what events?

A
Bird racing
B
Fights with African animals
C
A form of Sumo wrestling
D
Chariot and horse races
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