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General Knowledge Quiz for 7 April 2018

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Which of these films by Walt Disney was the last to be released ?

A
Pocahontas
B
Sleeping Beauty
C
Beauty and the Beast
D
The Aristocats
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2

What example of a clipper ship built in 1869 is preserved in a dry dock at Greenwich, London?

A
Cutty Sark
B
Mary Rose
C
HMS Belfast
D
SS Great Britain
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3

In France, what would you buy in a fromagerie?

A
Cheese
B
Maps
C
Hats
D
Meat
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4

Why was Yugoslav Anton Josipovic awarded a gold medal by default for the final of the Light Heavyweight boxing contest at the 1984 Olympic Games?

A
The medal ceremony was scheduled before all rounds were completed
B
He was the only competitor in the class
C
The other semi-final ended in a draw
D
Neither of the two contenders in the other semi-final was eligible to fight him
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5

Who were Origen of Alexandria and Tertullian of Carthage?

A
Carthaginian generals in the Punic Wars
B
Stoic philosophers
C
Early and influential Christian philosophers and writers
D
Tutors of Alexander the Great
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6

11 November is marked in many countries as Remembrance Day, Poppy Day, Armistice Day or Veterans Day to commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and civilians in time of war. Why has that date been selected?

A
The beginning of World War II
B
The D Day landings in World War II
C
The end of World War I
D
Adolf Hitler's birthday
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7

What genus of about 70-75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia and North and South America are mostly shrubs 1 to 3 metres tall, though some are small trees, and others are lianas reaching up to 30m by climbing trees?

A
Protea
B
Geranium
C
Hyacinth
D
Hydrangea
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