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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 February 2019

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1

What is the name for a vertical division of a window?

A
Mullion
B
Scallion
C
Mullet
D
Scallop
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2

Which of these equations accurately represents the relationship between the square of a number and the product of one less and one greater than that number?

A
x2 = (x-1)(x+1)
B
(x2)-1 = (x-1)(x+1)
C
(x2)+1 = (x-1)(x+1)
D
x2 = (x-1)(x+1)-1
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3

Which French record producer, actor, singer, songwriter and musical theatre composer, is best known for his collaborations with the lyricist Alain Boublil for the musicals "La Révolution Française", "Les Misérables", "Miss Saigon", "Martin Guerre", "The Pirate Queen" and "Marguerite"?

A
Riccardo Cocciante
B
Claude-Michel Schönberg
C
Robert Planquette
D
Alain Lanty
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4

What virtual cricketing prize began in 1882 when Australia beat England by 7 runs?

A
The Grace Gates
B
The Ashes
C
The Silver Pads
D
The Dustings
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5

Where is the stretch of water called The Solent?

A
Between Scotland and the Orkney Islands
B
Between the Isle of Man and Ireland
C
Between the Isle of Wight and the coast of England
D
Part of Lake Windermere
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6

Which of these is a catch-phrase from the TV series "Hawaii Five-O"?

A
Look out, he's behind the door
B
Oh no, not again
C
She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah.
D
Book 'em, Dano
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7

Where was the battle during the Anglo-Zulu War in which 11 Victoria Crosses were awarded in one day?

A
Kambula
B
Rorke's Drift
C
Isandlwana
D
Ulundi
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