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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 June 2018

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1

The entire continent of South America lies south of the ...?

A
Tropic of Cancer
B
Tropic of Capricorn
C
Equator
D
Southern horse latitudes
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2

When was the year of the Great Stink in London, UK, which gave the final impetus to provide funding to design and install London's sewage system?

A
1858
B
1667
C
1915
D
1710
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3

In the English nursery rhyme, who fell down and broke his crown?

A
Jack
B
Humpty
C
The Duke of Gloucester
D
Mary
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4

What is the first line of the speech by the 3 witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth that ends "toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble"?

A
Double bubble
B
Bubble bubble
C
Double double
D
Double trouble
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5

Who were John Lydon, Steve Jones, Paul Cook and Glen Matlock?

A
The Sex Pistols
B
Joint winners of the Nobel prize for Chemistry in 1985
C
Gold medal winners at the 1960 Olympics in equestrian events
D
Conspirators to assassinate John F Kennedy
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6

What is the name of the strip of land between a golf tee and the green?

A
Highway
B
Fairway
C
Runway
D
Tearaway
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7

What is the connection between the computer programming language ADA, developed in 1980, and the daughter of poet Lord Byron?

A
The "Dreamworks" film production company
B
A Bugatti
C
Bill Gates
D
Charles Babbage's "analytical engine"
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