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Daily Quiz #3314

General Knowledge Quiz for 13 February 2018

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1

Which of these was not one of the "Three Fates" (or "Parcae") in Roman mythology?

A
Morta
B
Nona
C
Decima
D
Portia
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2

In the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, who did Gandalf fight at the Bridge of Khazad-dum before he fell into the abyss?

A
Moriarty
B
Darth Vader
C
The Balrog
D
Frodo
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3

Which of these diseases can appear 40 to 50 days after the bite of an affected dog, fox or wolf?

A
Poliomyelitis
B
Tetanus
C
Athlete's Foot
D
Rabies
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4

When the World Croquet Federation was formed in 1989 from a number of national croquet associations, the countries included as full members were England, Scotland, Ireland, USA, Australia, Japan and which other country?

A
Mongolia
B
New Zealand
C
Russia
D
China
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5

What is grown particularly in the wide shallow seas off the island of Okinawa in Japan?

A
Mozuku
B
Green lip mussels
C
Abalone
D
Wakame
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6

What is oud (or oudh), or an oud?

A
A short-neck pear-shaped stringed instrument similar to a lute
B
Any of these
C
A highly prized aromatic wood
D
A princely state until 1856 in what is now northern India and Nepal
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7

Who designed the yellow sheath dress with matching coat worn by Michelle Obama at Barack Obama's inauguration in 2009?

A
Isabel Toledo
B
Jason Wu
C
Miuccia Prada
D
David and Elizabeth Emanuel
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