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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 June 2017

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1

What is a terrifying and disturbing dream?

A
Nightshade
B
Nightlight
C
Nightmare
D
Nightmove
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2

Which of these is not a prison in London, England?

A
Brixton
B
Dartmoor
C
Wormwood Scrubs
D
Holloway
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3

Which of these is a play by Oscar Wilde?

A
Prince Coniston's Crumpet
B
Lady Windermere's Fan
C
Lord Loveaduck's Legwarmer
D
Princess Hermione's Hat
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4

In 1994 the international Wassenaar Agreement replaced CoCom, with the aim of contributing to regional and international security by preventing the export of what, in quantity or of a kind which could lead to destabilising accumulation?

A
Materials which can be used to make nuclear weapons
B
Chemical weapons
C
Arms, and goods or IT which can be used as weapons, including by terrorists
D
Oil
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5

Which 19th century scientist is recognised for work on thermodynamics, among other areas, and was made a Baron in 1892?

A
William Kelvin
B
Isaac Newton
C
Robert Boyle
D
Max Planck
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6

What term is applied to the situation when a woman has more than one husband?

A
Pluralism
B
Monogamy
C
Polyandry
D
Monetarism
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7

The object of which card game is to make, for example, pairs, sequences, and 15 and 31 points, where scores are marked by means of pegs in a board?

A
Poker
B
Rummy
C
Euchre
D
Cribbage
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