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Daily Quiz #3912

General Knowledge Quiz for 4 October 2019

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1

Which was one of the three demonstration sports featured in the 1992 Summer Olympics at Barcelona?

A
Bowling
B
Judo (women)
C
Basque pelota
D
Badminton
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2

Musician Nigel Kennedy caught the eye of an international public with the 1989 release of him as violin soloist in which piece of music?

A
The Swimming Hour by Andrew Bird
B
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach
C
Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
D
The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi
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3

Charlie Brooker developed what British TV series, highlighting human/technology relationship and creating stories that feature "the way we live now – and the way we might be living in 10 minutes' time if we're clumsy."?

A
Humans
B
Mr. Robot
C
Black Mirror
D
A for Andromeda
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4

What beverage was introduced to England from China by the Dutch in 1645?

A
Ovaltine
B
Coffee
C
Chocolate
D
Tea
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5

What is the name for the station logo or watermark played at the corner of the screen in many TV programmes to identify the channel?

A
Digi
B
TM
C
WMtv
D
DOG, or bug
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6

The Canary Islands are closest to which mainland country?

A
Portugal
B
Spain
C
Morocco
D
Libya
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7

What is "pig iron"?

A
A type of pig
B
A type of iron
C
A bird used for racing
D
A mineral that is often mistaken for iron ("fool's iron")
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