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General Knowledge Quiz for 19 February 2017

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1

Rum is the basis for which of these cocktails?

A
Kamikaze
B
Screwdriver
C
Harvey Wallbanger
D
Pina Colada
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2

Where was the 5,421m (17,785 ft) high Chacaltaya ski resort?

A
Bolivia
B
Switzerland
C
Lesotho
D
Japan
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3

Ali and Robin Campbell, Jimmy Brown, Earl Falconer, Astro, Norman Hassan, Brian Travers and Michael Virtue were members of which band from 1979 to 2008?

A
Take That
B
The Smiths
C
UB40
D
The Human League
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4

Which of these is a disc used for a throwing and catching game?

A
Yo-yo
B
Hula hoop
C
Rubik's cube
D
Frisbee
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5

What is special about many of the ants which belong to the tribe known as Attini?

A
They are fungus-growing
B
They develop soldier ants
C
They have poisonous stings
D
They build conical nests above ground
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6

Beginning in 1966 and proposed formally in 1980, Britain and Argentina looked at a "lease-back" deal over the Falkland Islands / Islas Malvinas. What brought this to an abrupt halt?

A
The Falkland Islanders turned the deal down
B
The death of Argentina's President
C
The Falklands War 1982
D
The assassination of Britain's Treasury Secretary, who had been negotiating the deal
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7

Where is the 2015 Australian film "Tanna" set?

A
Marshall Islands
B
The Cook Islands
C
Christmas Island
D
Vanuatu
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