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General Knowledge Quiz for 6 March 2017

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1

What is the name of the group of 140 islands 25 miles south west of Lands End, Cornwall, England?

A
Scilly Isles
B
Channel Islands
C
Canary Islands
D
Friendly Islands
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2

Which of these would be most involved with the preparation of Coq au Vin?

A
Delivery driver
B
Sommelier
C
Maitre d'
D
Chef
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3

Where is the Professional Darts Council based?

A
Los Angeles, USA
B
Essex, UK
C
Menton, France
D
Berlin, Germany
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4

In the 1960 film "Psycho" directed by Alfred Hitchcock, what was the setting for the first murder scene?

A
Bedroom
B
Shower
C
Dining room
D
Hallway
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5

What part of the body does arthrogryposis affect?

A
Brain
B
Joints
C
Heart
D
Toes
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6

Which of these was a 16th century German poet, dramatist and meistersinger from Nurnberg?

A
Richard Wagner
B
Hans Sachs
C
Donald McIntyre
D
Georges Bizet
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7

When Maori of Aotearoa (New Zealand) formally established a country-wide relationship with the powers of another country in 1840 in a document known as the Treaty of Waitangi, who was the relationship with?

A
Her Majesty Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India
B
The United Kingdom
C
Her Majesty the Queen of England
D
Her Majesty Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
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