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Extremely Hard General Knowledge #55

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Last updated: January 19, 2023
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Which Labor (ALP) politician became Prime Minister of Australia in May 2022?
Anthony Albanese
Which NHL team won the 2022 Stanley Cup after beating Tampa Bay Lightning in the Finals?
Colorado Avalanche
Which stable isotope of Hydrogen has a nucleus containing one neutron?
Deuterium
How many stars are on the state flag of Alaska?
7
Who was the British painter and sculptor best known for the "Dirty Angel", a South African war memorial found in Newcastle upon Tyne?
T. E. Macklin
The Abu Dhabi Plaza is the tallest building in which country?
Kazakhstan
The Birth of a Nation, a silent movie which was the highest-grossing movie from its release in 1915 until 1940, was directed by which American?
D. W. Griffith
What is the title of the 2004 novel by Boris Johnson about a cycling MP trying to foil a terrorist attack on the U.S. President?
Seventy-Two Virgins
Who was the lead singer of the Swedish pop duo Roxette, most known for "It Must Have Been Love"?
Gun-Marie Fredriksson
Which Belgian cyclist has the most (11) Grand Tour wins, all won in the 1960s and 1970s?
Eddie Merckx
Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill were key proponents in the formulation of which philosophy?
Utilitarianism
Who played M in the first 11 instalments of the James Bond film series from 1962 until 1979?
Bernard Lee
In which Wiltshire town could you find the "Magic Roundabout", a ring junction consisting of five mini-roundabouts arranged in a circle?
Swindon
Who had a UK Number One in 2004 with "Cha Cha Slide"?
DJ Casper
What general feature is symbolised on a British Ordnance Survey map by a pink triangle?
Youth Hostel
The suffragette Emily Davison, was killed by King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby in which year?
1913
Which Italian physicist is generally credited with having invented the first operable battery?
Alessandro Volta
"Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be)" won the Best Original Song Oscar in 1957 after it was sung by Doris Day in which 1956 film?
The Man Who Knew Too Much
What is the name of the final book in the Old Testament?
Malachi
The national drink of Brazil, Caipirinha is made using sugar, mint, and which spirit?
Cachaça
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