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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 April 2018

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1

What is another name for a sweater?

A
Pushover
B
Pullover
C
Rollover
D
Passover
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2

Where does the zebra mantis shrimp usually live?

A
Under the Antarctic ice shelves
B
In coral shelters
C
In a burrow in relatively shallow sandy sea floors
D
In the deep sea in the Atlantic Ocean
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3

In "Psycho", who played the character of Marion Crane?

A
Eva Marie Saint
B
Grace Kelly
C
Janet Leigh
D
Tippi Hedren
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4

The convention of moving the Olympic flame via a relay system from Olympia to the Olympic venue began with which Olympic Games?

A
Antwerp, 1920
B
Amsterdam, 1928
C
Berlin, 1936
D
London, 1908
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5

Which of the hurricanes that devastated areas in the west Atlantic in 2017 had the strongest wind speed?

A
Katrina
B
Harvey
C
Irma
D
Maria
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6

The League of Nations was established to promote collective security, arbitration of international disputes, reduction of armaments and open diplomacy; when was this?

A
Immediately following World War II (1939-45)
B
Immediately following World War I (1914-18)
C
Immediately following the Crimean War (1853-56)
D
Immediately following the Balkan Wars (1912-13)
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7

In the TV series "Boston Legal", who played the character of Denny Crane?

A
James Spader
B
Leonard Nimoy
C
David E. Kelley
D
William Shatner
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