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General Knowledge Quiz for 4 February 2019

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Who were the series of books for beginners, first published in 1991 and initially about computer systems and software, explicitly aimed at?

A
Dummies
B
Tyros
C
Starters
D
Retards
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2

What is Kavachi in the South Pacific?

A
A fermented drink
B
An active submarine volcano
C
A sacred mountain peak
D
A ceremonial funerary dance
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3

The existence of what was conjectured by Russian mathematician Vladimir Arnold in 1995 and proven in 2006 by Hungarian scientists Gábor Domokos and Péter Várkonyi?

A
An element with atomic number 117
B
Liquid water on Mars
C
Gömböc, a type of convex 3 dimensional body
D
An underwater trench off the East coast of Africa
Select from the options above.
4

What relationship were the Myers and Briggs who developed the personality tests known as Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)?

A
Mother and daughter
B
Research colleagues
C
Brother and sister
D
Cousins
Select from the options above.
5

In mediaeval western Europe what did the term "villein" mean?

A
A convicted felon
B
A peasant tied to an area of land, to a manor, or to the lord of a manor
C
A soldier for hire
D
A person shunned by a village or community
Select from the options above.
6

Which of these terms comes from cricket?

A
Bowl out
B
Wipeout
C
Strike out
D
Flame out
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7

What Roman road in England linked Exeter in South West England to Lincoln in the East Midlands, via Ilchester, Bath, Cirencester and Leicester?

A
Stane Street
B
Dere Street
C
Fosse Way
D
The Portway
Select from the options above.
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