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Can you name the answers to these 30 general knowledge questions?

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What type of animal is Bambi?
Which country features a maple leaf on its flag?
What game features the terms love, deuce, match and volley?
Name a US state beginning with K.
Who wrote the 'Harry Potter' series?
What is the currency of India and Pakistan as well as a few other Asian countries?
Who is Winnie the Pooh's gloomy donkey friend?
What is the standard unit of distance in the metric system?
What chemical element is diamond made of?
What is the name of the 'tool' needed to play snooker or billiards to hit the ball?
What part of the body produces insulin?
In a standard pack of cards, which king is the only one to not have a moustache?
Which month is Black History Month in USA?
What is the capital of Turkey?
In what country were the 1992 Winter Olympics held in Albertville?
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Which planet did Superman come from?
Who was the Greek or Roman God of War?
What superhero has been played by Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney and Christian Bale?
What band featured Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers?
What is the official language of Brazil?
In 'Shrek', what comedic actor voices Donkey?
What is the religion of the Dalai Lama?
Who wrote 'The Scarlet Letter'?
What country has had prime ministers named Eden, Major, Peel, Law, Brown and Heath?
How many syllables make up a haiku?
Who did Matthew Perry play in 'Friends'?
What Shakespeare play features a brooding Danish prince and his girlfriend Ophelia?
What is the name of the poker hand containing three of a kind and a pair?
Which TV Show featured older women named Blanche, Rose, Dorothy and Sophia?
Who voiced Genie in Disney's animated 'Aladdin'?

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