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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 September 2019

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1

What was the name of Margaret Thatcher's husband?

A
Harry
B
Thomas
C
Dick
D
Dennis
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2

What is a "Harvey Wallbanger"?

A
Builder's tool
B
Cocktail
C
Weapon
D
Vintage car
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3

The air we breathe is made up of 78.09% of what gas?

A
Nitrogen
B
Oxygen
C
Argon
D
Carbon dioxide
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4

On 25 June 1991, Slovenia and Croatia became the first republics to declare independence from which country?

A
Yugoslavia
B
USSR
C
Bosnia
D
Turkey
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5

Geoff Capes, twice the world's strongest man, won 2 Olympic Games gold medals in which sport?

A
Wrestling
B
Weightlifting
C
Shot put
D
Diving
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6

In the first decades of the 18th century, from about 1718 to 1730, what was a predominant motif in Ottoman art and culture?

A
Dragons
B
Gold leaf
C
Stylised, serrated leaves
D
Tulips
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7

What is the present and original, name of the Cuban bay briefly called Puerto Grande, and then Cumberland Bay?

A
Half Moon Bay
B
Bay of Pigs
C
Frenchman's Cove
D
Guantánamo Bay
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