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General Knowledge Quiz for 1 July 2019

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1

What does catabatic, or katabatic, refer to?

A
A monsoon
B
An avalanche
C
Wind
D
A glacier
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2

What is the value of the centre square in a Scrabble board?

A
Nil
B
Double letter score
C
Double word score
D
Triple letter score
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3

Which of the following countries was not one of Israel's opponents in the Six Day War in June 1967?

A
Jordan
B
Syria
C
Egypt
D
Iraq
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4

In the acronym current from very late twentieth century, what does "T" stand for in "IOT"?

A
Twitter
B
Technology
C
Things
D
Transference
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5

Lead poisoning, caused by increased levels of the metal lead in the blood, that may cause irreversible neurological damage, renal disease, and reproductive toxicity, is not also known in medical circles as … ?

A
Plumbism
B
Saturnism
C
Gunshot wounds
D
Painter's colic
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6

In which British TV series (1973-78) did Michele Dotrice play the long-suffering and loving wife of Frank, against whom the rest of his world seems to conspire?

A
Steptoe and Son
B
Dad's Army
C
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
D
Allo 'Allo
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7

Of whom, when told he intended to return to private life and retire to his plantation, did King George III say, "If he does that, he will be the greatest man in the world"?

A
George Washington
B
Henry Lee
C
Benjamin Franklin
D
Andrew Jackson
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