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General Knowledge Quiz for 22 December 2017

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1

Which of these is a book of maps?

A
Appalachians
B
Andes
C
Caucuses
D
Atlas
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2

In a film script, what do the letters EXT mean?

A
Extend
B
Extemporise
C
Exterior
D
Extreme
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3

The first public what, was established by George Jennings at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1851 in London, UK?

A
Fully equipped pay toilet, or water closet, with attendants
B
Coffee house
C
Petrol pumping station
D
Library
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4

Which Frenchman was the first to navigate the St Lawrence River in Canada in 1535?

A
Jacques Cartier
B
Jacques Timex
C
Jacques Omega
D
Jacques Casio
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5

What is the name for an argument presented in logical form, containing 2 premises and a conclusion?

A
Syllogism
B
Anachronism
C
Home truth
D
Paradigm
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6

Where was the penal colony which features in a 1969 semi-autobiography by an ex-criminal and convict imprisoned there from 1933 until he finally escaped in the 1940s?

A
French Guiana
B
Off the coast of Cannes in the Mediterranean Sea
C
St Helena
D
An island off Panama's Pacific coast
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7

Who was the first driver to complete all 1,100 racing miles (1,800 km), and finish in the top six for both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 in the same day (The Double)?

A
John Andretti
B
Michael Schumacher
C
Tony Stewart
D
Scott Dixon
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