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General Knowledge Quiz for 8 September 2021

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Between 1783 and 1865, Englishmen William Wilberforce, Sir Cecil Wray and Dr Beilby Porteus, Africans Olaudah Equiano and Ignatius Sancho and, in the USA, William Lloyd Garrison, John Greenleaf Whittier, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, Charles Henry Langston and John Mercer Langston were leading figures in which movement?

A
Removal of the death penalty
B
Abolition of the slave trade
C
Boy Scouts
D
Suffragette (votes for women)
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2

Which battle was partly fought on Senlac Hill?

A
Gettysburg
B
Sino-Japanese
C
Hastings
D
Bunker Hill
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3

On the western Christian calendar, what date is Twelfth Day?

A
5 January
B
6 January
C
19 January
D
25 December
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4

The US TV series, "Mrs America", centres on the struggles in 1970s America to do what?

A
Bring the Roe v. Wade action
B
Stop the building of nuclear power plants
C
Enact the Voting Rights Act and the Fair Housing Act
D
Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment
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5

The girth goes on which part of the horse?

A
Across the nose
B
Around the ribs
C
Under the tail
D
Around the neck
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6

In snooker, what is the name of the shot where a ball goes into a pocket after hitting the opposite cushion?

A
Jump shot
B
Plant
C
Cannon
D
Double
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7

Kerkyra is what the locals call what island?

A
Corsica
B
Corfu
C
Crete
D
Cos
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