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General Knowledge Quiz for 7 May 2018

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1

Colombia's principal river rises just north of the country's border with Ecuador, between which two mountain ranges?

A
Negra and Paine
B
Darwin and Real
C
Del Cóndor and De Mérida
D
Central and Oriental
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2

What does a philologist work with particularly?

A
Structure, historical development, and relationships of a language or languages
B
Stamps
C
Trends of "liking" in societies
D
Structures of philosophies
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3

Who directed the Bond film "You Only Live Twice" (1967)?

A
John Glen
B
Lewis Gilbert
C
Val Guest
D
Guy Hamilton
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4

Olympic gold medallists Nedo Nadi, Enrico Fabris, Domenico Fioravanti and Alberto Tomba represented which country?

A
Estonia
B
Italy
C
Canada
D
Australia
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5

Which of these signifies that an internal combustion engine is fitted with something other than a carburettor?

A
GTR
B
ABS
C
EFI
D
DOHC
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6

Which song by Irving Berlin was introduced by Bing Crosby in the 1942 musical "Holiday Inn", which he sings in a duet with Marjorie Reynolds?

A
Yellow Passover
B
Blue Easter
C
Black Thanksgiving
D
White Christmas
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7

What was the name given to the period of Napoleon's attempted restoration, which ended with his defeat at Waterloo in 1815?

A
The Bourbon Chaser
B
The Seven Years War
C
The Great Hiatus
D
The Hundred Days
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