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General Knowledge Quiz for 11 September 2013

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1

What is another name for the throw, or toe, line in a darts game?

A
Doche
B
Oche
C
Pooch
D
Cloche
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2

Which of these is a stretch of water between the Isle of Wight and the south coast of the British mainland?

A
The Irish Sea
B
The Wash
C
St George's Channel
D
The Solent
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3

What British TV series was set at Maplins Holiday Camp?

A
Hi De Hi
B
Only Fools and Horses
C
The Good Life
D
Robin's Nest
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4

What is a mosquito-borne virus, also known as breakbone fever, that is an acute febrile disease which occurs widely in the tropics, in Asia, South America, Australia and the Pacific and is now endemic in more than 100 countries?

A
Kyasanur forest disease
B
Dengue fever
C
Lassa fever
D
Lujo virus
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5

Minh Mạng, Emperor of Vietnam 1820-1841, was deeply opposed to western involvement in his country and in 1825 outlawed what?

A
Christian missionaries
B
Importing apples
C
Gilbert & Sullivan operas
D
Using coffee
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6

Which band performed at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia in 2009 and in the halftime show of the Super Bowl in Miami Gardens, Florida in 2010?

A
The Who
B
Green Day
C
R E M
D
U2
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7

What was QR-code labelling first developed for?

A
American advertising industry
B
Japanese automotive industry
C
Chinese censorship
D
Indian textile industry
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