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General Knowledge Quiz for 15 November 2019

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1

Who sang on a record released in November 2010, "Boom boom boom, even brighter than the moon moon moon"?

A
Alex Gordino
B
Britney Spears
C
Lady GaGa
D
Katy Perry
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2

Which branch of botany is concerned with grasses?

A
Agrostology
B
Bryology
C
Palynology
D
Ethnobotany
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3

1.1 million square miles of land in North America were the subject of what agreement in 1803?

A
The Treaty of Rome
B
Treaty to end the Civil War
C
The Treaty of Utrecht
D
Louisiana Purchase
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4

Who were the first recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize?

A
Charles Albert Gobat & Elie Ducommun
B
Jean Henri Dunant & Frédéric Passy
C
Tobias Michael Carel Asser & Alfred Hermann Fried
D
Klas Pontus Arnoldson & Fredrik Bajer
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5

What 21,196 km (13,171 mi) long feature has been built, dismantled, ignored, re-built, breached, abandoned and is currently serving mainly as a largely ruined tourist attraction?

A
The Great Rift
B
Hadrian's Wall
C
The rabbit-proof fence
D
Great Wall of China
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6

Frank Langella and Anthony Hopkins have both played which historical character?

A
Sherlock Holmes
B
Perry White
C
John Wilkes Booth
D
Richard Nixon
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7

The official basketball size for men’s basketball is 29.5 inches in circumference (size 7) and what weight in ounces?

A
18
B
20
C
22
D
24
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