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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 August 2018

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1

When did the reign of the last king of Greece end?

A
1973
B
1967
C
1936
D
1924
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2

Who wrote "Futility" (1898) about an enormous "unsinkable" British passenger liner called the Titan, which hits an iceberg and sinks in the North Atlantic with the loss of nearly all on board?

A
C S Lewis
B
Robert Louis Stevenson
C
Nostradamus
D
Morgan Robertson
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3

What is the official news publication of the Salvation Army, the first edition of which was printed in December 1879 in London, England, and the first US edition in January 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri?

A
Families in Action
B
Help!
C
Onward Christian Soldiers
D
The War Cry
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4

In which country is the city of Maastricht?

A
Belgium
B
The Netherlands
C
Germany
D
Sweden
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5

The following are the first few examples of what: (220, 284), (1184, 1210), (2620, 2924), (5020, 5564) & (6232, 6368)?

A
Amicable numbers
B
Natural numbers
C
Prime numbers
D
Paired numbers
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6

The Cyclops computer system, conceived by British inventor Bill Carlton, was first used in international competition in 1980 for which sport?

A
Badminton
B
Soccer
C
Tennis
D
Ice Hockey
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7

Which 1967 film ended with the deaths of the characters played by Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty?

A
Bonnie and Clyde
B
Thelma and Louise
C
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
D
Funny Girl
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