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General Knowledge Quiz for 25 October 2019

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1

In the 2000 film, who played "Billy Elliot"s dancing teacher?

A
Felicity Kendall
B
Julie Walters
C
mis brodie
D
Helen Mirren
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2

The "loop of Henle" is found where in the human body?

A
Heart
B
Kidney
C
Liver
D
Lung
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3

When did the first entry for acronyms appear in the Oxford English Dictionary?

A
1888
B
1923
C
1963
D
1943
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4

What town 16 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, dominated by the Puritans in the 17th century, was famous for its witchcraft trials?

A
Philadelphia
B
Salem
C
Scranton
D
Providence
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5

Where did Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple Inc., unveil the first iPhone?

A
Macworld Conference & Expo, Moscone West, San Francisco, USA
B
In a newsmedia release
C
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, USA
D
Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas, USA
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6

Who won the gold medal in the 200 m butterfly at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, and yelled "Oh my God!" at least 11 times in an aquatic centre that was stunned into silence over her surprise win?

A
Staciana Stitts
B
Jenny Thompson
C
Misty Hyman
D
Diana Munz
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7

Which Swedish-Danish crime TV series starts with a body, cut in half at the waist, discovered in the exact middle of the Øresund Bridge which connects Copenhagen with Malmö?

A
Smilla's Sense of Snow
B
The Killing
C
Wallander
D
The Bridge
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