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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 July 2018

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1

Who was the second person to orbit the earth?

A
Gherman Titov
B
Yuri Gagarin
C
John Glenn
D
Alan Shepard
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2

During the reign of Ashurbanipal who reigned in the seventh century BC, the Susa–Babylon highway became the first recorded example of what?

A
Road with posts for "staged" horses
B
Trade route
C
Toll road
D
Concrete road
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3

Before Ron Howard became a film director, and before he starred in "Happy Days", he appeared in a long-running US TV series set in Mayberry. What was the name of the show?

A
The Andy Griffith Show
B
The Andy Williams Show
C
The Andy Pandy Hour
D
Andrew and Fergie's Playtime
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4

Toward the end of 2000, in which sport was the diameter of the ball increased by 2mm to make it easier to be seen on television and thus make it more viable as a televised spectator sport?

A
Golf
B
Table tennis
C
Soccer
D
Baseball
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5

What is the currency in Nicaragua?

A
The córdoba
B
The pound
C
The Nicaraguan dollar
D
The lek
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6

How many seconds are there in an hour?

A
10,000
B
168
C
3,600
D
60
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7

The "Zapruder film" is famous for being a colour film of which event?

A
Assassination of John F Kennedy
B
Raising of the US flag at Iwo Jima
C
Crash of the Mercedes car carrying Diana Spencer
D
Osama Bin Laden celebrating on 12 September 2001
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