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General Knowledge Quiz for 14 July 2019

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1

What is a high pitched long rhythmically quavering vocal sound, made especially as an expression of sorrow, joy, celebration, or reverence?

A
Yodel
B
Tremolo
C
Coloratura
D
Ululation
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2

Which country was proclaimed a republic in 1867, following the withdrawal of the French administration and the execution of Emperor Ferdinand Maximilian?

A
Ecuador
B
New Guinea
C
New Caledonia
D
Mexico
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3

What was the name of Julius Caesar's last wife?

A
Calpurnia
B
Sheba
C
Desdemona
D
Desiderata
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4

What is the name of the stadium in The Bronx in New York City which was the home baseball park of the New York Yankees from 1923 to 2008?

A
The Cake Tin
B
Yankee Stadium
C
Lords
D
The New York Met
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5

Blood groups are determined by complex chemical systems on or in where?

A
On the surface of a blood cell
B
In bone marrow
C
In blood plasma
D
In blood platelets
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6

Tonga is a … ?

A
Dictatorship
B
Principality
C
Republic
D
Kingdom
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7

Which photographer who emigrated to Canada in 1937 is best known for his photographs of the Ottawa region (his picture of floating logs on the Ottawa River was on the 1969-1979 series Canadian $1 bill), and was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1996?

A
Drasko Bogdanovic
B
Edward Burtynsky
C
Roloff Beny
D
Malak Karsh
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