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General Knowledge Quiz for 2 October 2019

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1

It is believed that the first of what type of business was opened in 1936 in Fort Worth, Texas by Noah Brannen?

A
Washateria
B
Lubritorium
C
Used car lot
D
Chinese take-away
Select from the options above.
2

Where is the Tamu (Texas A&M University) Massif?

A
East of the Rocky Mountains in the USA and Canada
B
Colorado, USA
C
Under the northwest Pacific Ocean
D
Saskatchewan, Canada
Select from the options above.
3

Which of these people is associated with the Information Technology industry?

A
Harlan Ellison
B
Charles Aznavour
C
David Gates
D
Steve Jobs
Select from the options above.
4

How did Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt leave office in 1967?

A
He died of a heart attack
B
He was unseated by a coup from within his parliamentary party
C
He retired
D
He disappeared while swimming
Select from the options above.
5

How many bones are there, excluding the jaw and the bones in the ear, in the human skull?

A
9
B
4
C
22
D
43
Select from the options above.
6

Gordon Shumway, who ends up as an uninvited guest of the Tanner family in a 1986-1990 US TV series, was better known as what?

A
Mr Wonderful
B
Balki
C
ALF
D
Punky
Select from the options above.
7

The tour, and the test series, by the India cricket team in Pakistan in 1984 was halted abruptly before the third test. What was the reason?

A
Terrorist threat to the Indian team
B
The entire Indian team fell ill
C
Assassination of India's Prime Minister
D
The Prime Minister of Pakistan died
Select from the options above.
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