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Daily Quiz #3021

General Knowledge Quiz for 26 April 2017

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1

What was the nickname of jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong?

A
Blowfish
B
Duke
C
Satchmo
D
Charlie
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2

Landibé silk is a wild silk spun from the cocoons of various moths of the genus Borocera, found exclusively where?

A
India
B
Madagascar
C
Java
D
Chile
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3

Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr, Peter Lawford, Dean Martin and Joey Bishop were known as what?

A
The Cards
B
The Brat Pack
C
The Rat Pack
D
The Jokers
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4

Which of these is a variety of igneous rock consisting of large-grained crystals, such as feldspar or quartz, dispersed in a fine-grained feldspathic matrix or groundmass?

A
Porphyry
B
Powhiri
C
Parsimony
D
Pharmacy
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5

What is the name for 40 foot (12 meters) high round forts, designed to accommodate a small garrison with cannon, constructed on the English coast and the Channel Islands at the time of threatened invasion by Napoleon?

A
Bunkers
B
Caissons
C
Martello Towers
D
Keeps
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6

What happened for the first time in the 1994 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Championship?

A
Professional players were included
B
Currently active American NBA players participated
C
Women were included
D
The venue was in a country outside South America
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7

What kind of object is "tansy"?

A
Plant
B
Fairy
C
Dog
D
Cat
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