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Daily Quiz #3454

General Knowledge Quiz for 3 July 2018

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In mid 2017 Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic relations with Qatar and imposed trade and travel bans on the country. Thirteen countries and three other administrations joined Saudi in cutting relations. Which of these was not one?

A
Maldives
B
Eritrea
C
Djibouti
D
Gabon
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2

The word guerrilla comes from Spanish, where it means what?

A
Little war
B
Rebel
C
Rifleman
D
Patriot
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3

Limited-overs day/night cricket matches are often referred to as what?

A
T20i
B
ODI
C
White ball games
D
Premiership
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4

What is most nearly related to a caribou?

A
Mouse
B
Moose
C
Mace
D
Mince
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5

Which of these songs was not produced by George Martin?

A
Nellie the Elephant by Mandy Miller released in October 1956
B
Cold Turkey by John Lennon released in October 1969.
C
I (Who Have Nothing) by Shirley Bassey released in September 1963
D
Reap the Wild Wind by Ultravox, released in October 1982.
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6

Which of these cities, among the largest in their countries, is also the capital of the country?

A
Medellín
B
São Paulo
C
Rio de Janeiro
D
Caracas
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7

Lon Chaney appeared in 1923 in a role he originated (and for which did his best make up job), in which of these films?

A
Tell It To The Marines
B
The Fall of Montezuma
C
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
D
The General
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