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Daily Quiz #4685

General Knowledge Quiz for 15 November 2021

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1

Which is the nearest country to the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon?

A
France
B
Canada
C
Spain
D
Morocco
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2

Who was the first and only British Prime Minister to be assassinated in office?

A
William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland
B
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
C
Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool
D
Spencer Perceval
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3

Treeshrews, colugos, hyraxes, some primates and some African antelopes have a special physical adaptation, mainly used for grooming and referred to as what?

A
Grooming vertebra
B
Sticky tongue
C
Toothcomb
D
Sticky pouch
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4

Which organisation holds the annual Golden Globe Awards?

A
The Academy of Film and Television Arts
B
The American Theatre Wing
C
The Hollywood Press Association
D
The Foreign Press Society
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5

Who "rocked in the treetops all the day long" to a chorus of "Tweet, tweet, tweedley deet"?

A
Rockin' Robin
B
The Leader of the Pack
C
Terry
D
The Girl from Ipanema
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6

How many apostrophes should be in the following sentence: "Andrews dogs licked their lips whenever Pavlovs bells rang to signal meal times"?

A
2
B
6
C
4
D
None
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7

Who watched his daughter win her first professional boxing bout in October 1999?

A
Muhammad Ali
B
George Foreman
C
Henry Cooper
D
Joe Frazier
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