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General Knowledge Quiz for 6 February 2018

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1

Léon de Lunden killed 21 of what to win his gold medal at the 1900 Olympic Games?

A
Partridges
B
Pigeons
C
Rabbits
D
Gophers
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2

In which country were elections planned for 1991 stopped by the military (leading to civil war), were held in 1995, and, in 1999, after a series of short-term military leaders, Abdelaziz Bouteflika was elected president?

A
Tunisia
B
Morocco
C
Egypt
D
Algeria
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3

Which of these means a phrase that uses all of the letters of the alphabet?

A
Anagram
B
Pangram
C
Polygram
D
Stereogram
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4

What is a clavicle?

A
Siege machine used in the middle ages
B
Musical instrument, similar to a piano
C
The shaft that drives the valves in a piston engine
D
Collar bone
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5

What is the name of the former island in the East End of London that is bounded on three sides by one of the largest meanders in the River Thames, with the West India Docks to the north?

A
Canvey Island
B
Cowes
C
Isle of Dogs
D
Eel Pie Island
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6

Vocal music in mediaeval Christian Latin liturgy is often called what kind of chant?

A
Decani
B
Julian
C
Papal
D
Gregorian
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7

Who became King of Belgium on 9 August 1993?

A
King Juan Carlos I
B
King Harald V
C
King Carl XVI Gustaf
D
King Albert II
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