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General Knowledge Quiz for 14 January 2018

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What is a name for a type of private club in city outskirts or rural areas that usually offers a variety of recreational sports facilities such as golf, tennis, swimming and polo?

A
Country club
B
Rural group
C
High society
D
Urban gang
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2

According to the English nursery rhyme, who ran after the farmer's wife?

A
Old King Cole
B
Solomon Grundy
C
The dish
D
Three blind mice
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3

The main studios for which of these record labels were originally based in Detroit?

A
London
B
Tamla
C
RCA
D
CBS
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4

The islands of Skye and Mull are in which island group?

A
Tonga
B
Canaries
C
Hebrides
D
Tokelaus
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5

What nationality was architect Oscar Niemeyer, prominent in the team which designed the United Nations headquarters in New York City and later chief architect of the public buildings for the new Brazilian capital Brasilia?

A
Brazilian
B
German
C
Belgian
D
American
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6

International Workers' Day is observed in many countries of the world on 1 May. What does it commemorate?

A
The achievements of the international labour movement
B
The formation of the first Communist Party
C
The first General Strike, in the UK
D
The sentencing of the Tolpuddle martyrs
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7

Which of these is not one of the great apes?

A
Chimpanzee
B
Gibbon
C
Gorilla
D
Orangutan
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