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General Knowledge Quiz for 6 May 2020

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1

Which poet wrote "The Song of Hiawatha"?

A
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
B
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
C
William Wordsworth
D
Walt Whitman
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2

The numbers 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777, 888 and 999 are all multiples of what number?

A
47
B
37
C
57
D
67
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3

What was the nickname of the British army regiment called "5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards "?

A
The Death or Glory Boys
B
The Cherry Pickers
C
The Skins
D
The Green Horse
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4

In "Through the Looking Glass", Alice reads the "Jabberwocky" in an unusual way. What is it?

A
In a mirror
B
Underwater
C
Upside down
D
With one eye shut
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5

What were major cities of the ancient Sogdia, or Sogdiana, region?

A
Kashgar and Dunhuang
B
Tehran and Hamadan
C
Aleppo and Damascus
D
Samarkand and Bokhara
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6

The communes of Le Lavandou, Cunaux and Sarpouranx in France, the Greek island of Delos, the town of Lanjarón, and the Japanese island of Miyajima or Itsukushima have at times had what in common?

A
A prohibition on dying and/or being buried there
B
Holy springs reputed to cure cancer
C
A famous prophet or seer
D
A unique species of grape
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7

Which women’s squash player won the World Open four times (1985, 1987, 1990 & 1992) and the British Open eight times?

A
Martine Le Moignan
B
Heather McKay
C
Susan Devoy
D
Lisa Opie
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