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General Knowledge Quiz for 5 December 2019

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1

The dance Merengue originated where?

A
Caribbean
B
Scotland
C
Spain
D
Brazil
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2

Which of these entertainers was born in Canada?

A
Robbie Williams
B
Rhianna
C
Lady Gaga
D
Justin Bieber
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3

Which of these countries is landlocked?

A
Turkey
B
Romania
C
Bulgaria
D
Serbia
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4

What is the inherited condition that causes the body to retain copper, which can lead to brain and liver damage?

A
Cuprophobia
B
Parkinson's disease
C
Downs syndrome
D
Wilson's disease
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5

Edward VIII of the United Kingdom reigned for less than a year in 1936. Why was his reign so short?

A
He was assassinated at Sarajevo
B
He abdicated to marry an American divorcée
C
He died of natural causes, aged 93
D
He was killed in the Spanish Civil War
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6

Which of these venues is only open to women competitors in the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, held in Hawai?

A
Banzai Pipeline (Billabong Pipeline Masters)
B
Haleiwa Ali'i Beach Park (Reef Hawaiian Pro)
C
Sunset Beach (O'Neill World Cup of Surfing & Roxy Pro)
D
Honolua Bay, Maui (Billabong Pro Maui)
Select from the options above.
7

Which film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Robert Donat, begins and ends with public performances by The Memory Man in a London music hall?

A
Strangers On A Train
B
Vertigo
C
The Thirty-Nine Steps
D
Mr and Mrs Smith
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