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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 July 2019

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1

Which US president was a swimming instructor and lifeguard in Illinois?

A
Richard Nixon
B
Jimmy Carter
C
Ronald Reagan
D
Bill Clinton
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2

From which Olympic Games were Germany and Japan excluded?

A
Atlanta, 1996
B
Melbourne, 1956
C
Sydney, 2000
D
London, 1948
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3

What does Roe v Wade usually signify in the USA?

A
Decriminalisation of the use of contraceptives by married couples throughout the USA
B
Definition of fishing territory in the Pacific
C
Elimination of gender bias in the US military
D
A Supreme Court decision that unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion is unconstitutional
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4

What architectural term was applied by the Romans to any public building built in a rectangle twice as long as it was broad with an internal 2 storied colonnade?

A
Colosseum
B
Forum
C
Stadium
D
Basilica
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5

Which of these capitals is the most southern?

A
Canberra
B
Wellington
C
Buenos Aires
D
Santiago
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6

Canvey Wick in the Thames estuary, Essex, UK, is a nature reserve focussed on what?

A
Red squirrels
B
Meadow flowers
C
Insects
D
Shore birds
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7

The anniversary that commemorates Captain Arthur Phillip founding the British Colony of Australia in 1788, is celebrated on which day every year?

A
16 June
B
26 June
C
16 January
D
26 January
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