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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 September 2019

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1

What is physiognomy?

A
Contacting spirits by a seance
B
Determining character from bumps on the head
C
Determining character from facial features
D
Exercising on a treadmill
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2

In October 2009 it was reported that what were being burnt as fuel at a 'bioenergy' plant in Karlskoga, in the central Sweden to provide heat for the Värmland region?

A
Roses
B
Rabbits
C
Reindeer
D
Secret government files
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3

Where would you find a major domo?

A
The army
B
A grand household
C
In a polo team
D
Nixt to a minor domo
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4

A state of Australia, one of the world's biggest waterfalls, a London railway station, Africa's largest lake and a large public park in Hong Kong are all named after whom?

A
Queen Victoria
B
King Henry VIII
C
King George III
D
Ivan the Terrible
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5

Which sporting equipment is made principally of fibreglass or carbon-fibre, or a mixture of both?

A
Poles for pole vault
B
Foils for fencing
C
Stirrups for dressage
D
Bars for track hurdles
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6

What is the only US state that touches both the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean?

A
New York
B
New Jersey
C
Rhode Island
D
Pennsylvania
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7

New Zealand author Margaret Mahy is known for writing what?

A
Cookbooks
B
Lyrics for pop songs
C
Literature for children and young adults
D
Detective novels
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