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General Knowledge Quiz for 15 September 2019

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Which of these was a leading British civil engineer, who built bridges, tunnels, dockyards, a major railway line and a series of famous steamships in the first half of the 19th century?

A
Damien Hirst
B
Michael Parkinson
C
Colin Chapman
D
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
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2

How many is a baker's dozen plus a gross plus a score?

A
157
B
176
C
177
D
143
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3

The Battle of Balaclava was in which war?

A
Crimean War
B
Korean War
C
World War I
D
English Civil War
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4

The Olympic symbol consists of five what?

A
Rings
B
Ducks
C
Balls
D
Triangles
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5

In which of these is the motive drive generated from inside the vehicle?

A
Glider
B
Cable car
C
Funicular
D
Tram, or trolley bus
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6

Which of these is the furthest north?

A
Estonia
B
France
C
Greenland
D
Denmark
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7

Where did the family live who were at the heart of the first book written and illustrated by English writer and illustrator Eve Garnett (1900-1991)?

A
Near the fictional 'Great Northern and Southern Railway' in Yorkshire, England
B
One End Street
C
Bloomsbury, London, England
D
In the Lake District, England
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