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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 November 2018

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Founded in 1931 in Poland and now headquartered in Switzerland, with values including precision, intensity, innovation, heritage, fairplay and sport for all, what world and olympic sport does WA govern?

A
Aikido
B
Alpine skiing
C
Abseiling
D
Archery
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2

Where in North America is the Chinese Wall?

A
Klondike, Yukon, Canada
B
Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
C
Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada
D
The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, Montana, USA
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3

What was the first French settlement in North America?

A
Vancouver
B
Quebec
C
Montreal
D
Port Royal
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4

In the 19th century, who joined with Joseph and Thomas Huntley to become famous for making biscuits?

A
George Washington
B
George Harrison
C
George Burns
D
George Palmer
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5

Which of these is a spondee?

A
A metrical foot, in poetry, of two stressed syllables
B
A veterinary's tool
C
An abnormal bone spur in the spinal column
D
A drum rhythm
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6

What colour is shown by cyanobacteria?

A
Blue-green
B
Bright yellow
C
White
D
Deep blue
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7

Which of these is a Swiss architect, born Charles Edouard Jeanneret, who is famous for being one of the pioneers of what now is called Modern architecture or the International Style?

A
Le Coq Sportif
B
Le Chacal
C
Le Corbusier
D
Le Colisée
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