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Daily Quiz #1952

General Knowledge Quiz for 23 May 2014

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1

When is the original version of the statue Mannekin Pis thought to have been built?

A
1619
B
1388
C
1965
D
1820
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2

Which of these is a bone in the wrist?

A
Trapezium
B
Patella
C
Clavicle
D
Sternum
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3

Which British fashion designer spent his working life from 1934 to 1979 at 26 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, and designed for the Royal family, notably the wedding dress of Princess Elizabeth in 1947 for her marriage to Prince Philip, the 1953 Coronation Dress of Queen Elizabeth II and those of all the major royal ladies, including the wedding dress of HRH Princess Margaret in 1960?

A
Ian Thomas
B
Norman Hartnell
C
Hardy Amies
D
Christian Dior
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4

When was the majority of the present Great Wall of China constructed?

A
In the Paleolithic Era
B
20th century
C
1st century BCE
D
14th to 16th century (Ming dynasty)
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5

Which country won the most World Polo Championships between the inaugural tournament in 1987 and 2001?

A
England
B
Brazil
C
United States
D
Argentina
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6

A label on a fabric saying that it is "colourfast" means what?

A
The colour will not run at all
B
The colour will run easily
C
The colour is very bright
D
The colour will become increasingly darker over time
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7

Which of these actors is the youngest?

A
Daniel Day Lewis
B
Anthony Hopkins
C
Michael Caine
D
John Mills
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