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Daily Quiz #3892

General Knowledge Quiz for 14 September 2019

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1

When was the first National lottery advertised and held in England?

A
1890
B
1567
C
1913
D
1661
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2

Which river is most sacred to the Hindu religion?

A
Irrawaddy
B
Ganges
C
Mekong
D
Indus
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3

In 17th century Italian theatre what commedia dell'arte character had two fathers?

A
Pantaloon
B
Harlequin
C
Columbine
D
Pulcinella, or Polichinelle
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4

Which of these flags does not have a cross on it?

A
Denmark
B
Belgium
C
Finland
D
Norway
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5

Constance Heward and Joyce Lankester Brinsley are known for what?

A
Writing children's books
B
Co-founding the La Leche League
C
As top models for Schiaparelli in the 1920s
D
Protesters who died in suffragette demonstrations in 1913 in the UK
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6

In the middle ages, what infection was called "the king's evil", and, it was rumoured, could be cured by the touch of a king?

A
Rickets
B
Impetigo
C
Scrofula
D
Tuberculosis
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7

In relation to a line drawn between the base of the uprights holding the bar over which a competition pole vault is being made, where is the box situated in which the pole is planted?

A
On the centre of the line
B
Centrally but 500mm shy
C
Centrally but 50mm shy
D
Centrally but 100mm shy
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