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General Knowledge Quiz for 29 August 2019

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1

The last time that anyone spoke to Adolf Hitler, he was in what city?

A
Rome
B
London
C
Washington
D
Berlin
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2

"I'm a dot in place" has what relation to "A decimal point"?

A
Palindrome
B
Spoonerism
C
Anagram
D
Pun
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3

Historically, lead poisoning was recognised as a common industrial disease of which of these professions?

A
Miner
B
Painter
C
Electrician
D
Stone mason
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4

Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, Clem Burke, Jimmy Destri and Gary Valentine, originally billed as "Angel and the Snake", achieved fame under what name?

A
Yes
B
Oasis
C
The Pretenders
D
Blondie
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5

Which of these became prima ballerina of the Marianski Theatre, St Petersburg in 1901 and appeared with her own company at the Covent Garden Opera House between 1923 and 1925?

A
Jocelyn Vollmar
B
Margot Fonteyn
C
Anna Pavlova
D
Rowena Jackson
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6

What is the deepest lake in the world, and the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume?

A
Lake Baikal
B
Caspian Sea
C
Titicaca
D
Superior
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7

Which trophy, damaged by Benjamin Peri Nathan with a sledgehammer in March 1997, was restored to its original condition, free of charge, by London silversmiths Garrard & Co., who had made it in 1848?

A
The Borg-Warner Trophy
B
The America’s Cup
C
The William Webb Ellis Trophy
D
The Ranfurly Shield
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