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General Knowledge Quiz for 21 October 2019

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1

What is a b-girl or -boy?

A
Baseball player
B
Basketball player
C
Breakdancer
D
Ballet dancer
Select from the options above.
2

A referendum that took place in Quebec on 30 October 1995, which was defeated 49.42% "Yes" to 50.58% "No", concerned what?

A
The beaver should be the official animal
B
English should replace French as the official language
C
The number of terms that a Premier can have should be restricted
D
Quebec should secede from Canada
Select from the options above.
3

What mountains or mountain areas shadow the Gobi Desert from rain?

A
The Atlas Mountains
B
The Tibetan Plateau
C
The Andes
D
The Ethiopian Highlands
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4

Which of these is a term used to describe a pathological fear of contact with dirt, to avoid contamination and germs?

A
Cynophobia
B
Pteromechanophobia
C
Mysophobia
D
Haemophobia
Select from the options above.
5

Where was the exotic dancer, courtesan and spy Mata Hari born and where did she die?

A
Netherlands, and France
B
Dutch East Indies, and France
C
France, and France
D
UK, and France
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6

Which word can serve as a prefix or a suffix, or on its own as an adjective, to mean chief or leader?

A
Diva
B
Cob
C
Arch
D
Master
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7

In the TV series "Madam Secretary" (2014- now) what organisation is the Secretary part of?

A
The United Nations
B
Amazon
C
Facebook
D
The White House executive
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