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General Knowledge Quiz for 22 February 2018

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1

The foxtrot, a dance introduced to Great Britain around 1914, originated in which country?

A
Spain
B
Brazil
C
France
D
USA
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2

When were the Deaflympics first held?

A
1960
B
1968
C
1949
D
1924
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3

Who designed the wedding dress for the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer to Charles, Prince of Wales?

A
Gianni Versace
B
Isabel Toledo
C
David and Elizabeth Emanuel
D
Miuccia Prada
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4

In 2017 the new president of the USA, Donald Trump, had wars of words on social media with many people but the social media war with which person particularly disturbed many countries outside America?

A
Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
B
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London
C
Kim Jong Un, supreme leader of North Korea
D
James Comey, ex-Director of the FBI
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5

Where is the World Heritage city, once a capital in Nabataea and now a major archaeological site for Roman, Byzantine and Muslim ruins with further ancient Nabataean and Roman monuments, Christian churches, mosques and Madrasas?

A
Turkey
B
Kuwait
C
Egypt
D
Syria
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6

Zydeco is a type of music from which country?

A
Argentina
B
Brazil
C
USA
D
Chile
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7

What is the name for the numerous tiny flowers that comprise a flower head of, for example, a daisy or sunflower?

A
Buds
B
Florets
C
Axes
D
Petals
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