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General Knowledge Quiz for 5 June 2018

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Who was born in 1682, died in 1764, and had the following written about her: "Her brow is like the snow-drift, Her neck is like the swan, Her face it is the fairest That 'er the sun shone on And dark blue is her eye"?

A
Mary Queen of Scots
B
Lulu
C
Maggie Smith
D
Annie Laurie
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2

Betty Lou Oliver held a long-standing Guinness World Record for what event that occurred at 9:40 a.m. on 28 July 1945?

A
A fastest time in the New York marathon
B
Giving birth to the heaviest baby recorded
C
The longest survived fall in an elevator
D
Obtaining the largest payout in a New York City lottery
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3

Who fought the first world title fight between two undefeated world heavyweight champions?

A
Muhammad Ali & Joe Frazier
B
Lennox Lewis & Frank Bruno
C
Evander Holyfield & Mike Tyson
D
Jack Dempsey & Tommy Gibbons
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4

Coney Island, the pleasure resort off Long Island, is part of which New York borough?

A
Brooklyn
B
Queens
C
Manhattan
D
Jersey
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5

A "bodice ripper" is a type of what?

A
Serial killer
B
Office Christmas party
C
Hot pepper
D
A type of romance novel
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6

What part of the body is affected by gingivitis?

A
Hair
B
Gums
C
Feet
D
Hands
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7

Which of these Shakespeare plays is set in Verona?

A
Troilus and Cressida
B
Romeo and Juliet
C
Hamlet
D
King Lear
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