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General Knowledge Quiz for 21 July 2018

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1

In 2010, Neil Robertson became the second Australian to win the World Snooker Championship title. Who was the first, who won the 1952 championship?

A
Horace Lindrum
B
Ken Doherty
C
Cliff Thorburn
D
Steve Davis
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2

Which of these was a pioneer in the Western world in the use of moveable type?

A
Pebbles Flintstone
B
Johannes Gutenberg
C
Garfield Gestetner
D
Heinrich Heidelberg
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3

Freetown is the capital city of which country?

A
Liberia
B
Sierra Leone
C
Denmark
D
The Gabon
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4

Syd Barrett was a founding member of which band?

A
Manfred Mann
B
Pink Floyd
C
Deep Purple
D
The Grateful Dead
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5

When Dutch seafarer and explorer Abel Tasman sailed from Batavia in the Heemskerck and the Zeehaen in 1642 which of these was one of the countries (new to Europeans) he sighted and very briefly explored?

A
Baffin Island
B
Antarctica
C
New Zealand
D
Australia
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6

Which of these is classed as a keyboard instrument?

A
Saxophone
B
Piano
C
Cello
D
Timpani
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7

Solanine is a poison found in which of these?

A
Peas
B
Carrots
C
Broccoli
D
Potatoes
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