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Daily Quiz #1903

General Knowledge Quiz for 4 April 2014

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1

The smallest internationally recognised country on mainland Africa is completely surrounded, apart from its sea border, by what other country?

A
Senegal
B
Sierra Leone
C
Guinea-Bissau
D
Ghana
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2

Who is credited with overseeing the development of the computer mouse?

A
Steve Jobs
B
William English
C
Douglas Engelbart
D
Bill Gates
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3

The Little Red Book was required reading by whom?

A
Kim Il-sung
B
Chiang Kai-shek
C
Pol Pot
D
Mao Zedong
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4

Classical Greek theatre, and several current theatre spaces, such as La Boite in Australia, The Globe in Canada, Blue Orange Theatre in the UK, L'Européen in France and Theatre '47 in the USA, specialise in what style of performance?

A
Comedy musical
B
Thrust stage
C
Theatre in the round
D
Costume drama
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5

When were the first commercially available wingsuits for skydiving made?

A
1899
B
1999
C
1919
D
2009
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6

What are "chiroptera"?

A
Moths
B
Cats
C
Rats
D
Bats
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7

In the banking system, highlighted in the 2008-12 international scandals, what does LIBOR stand for?

A
Liquid International Banking Official Rate
B
London Interbank Offered Rate
C
Linked Interbank On-demand Returns
D
Lateral Indicative Bank Ordinary Rate
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