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General Knowledge Quiz for 20 December 2019

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1

Basel, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Mainz, Koblenz, Bonn, Cologne and Düsseldorf are on which river?

A
Limpopo
B
Thames
C
Rhine
D
Swan
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2

When C.B.C. Sales Film Corporation changed its name in 1924 to Columbia Pictures, what did the logo they developed show?

A
A Roman soldier with a wreath on her head, a shield, and in her right hand an ear of wheat
B
A woman wearing a headdress, draped Roman dress and US flag, and carrying a torch
C
A woman in draperies on a pedestal, with a torch but without headdress and flag
D
A sunburst
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3

What is the lowest score that cannot be scored with a single dart?

A
51
B
21
C
23
D
101
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4

Who is the bulldog who appears in "Tom and Jerry" cartoons?

A
Bouncer
B
Pookey
C
Thumper
D
Spike
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5

When was the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) created?

A
1945
B
1947
C
1957
D
1942
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6

The non-fiction book "The Invention of Nature" by historian Andrea Wulf is concerned with which scientist?

A
Charles Darwin
B
Alexander von Humboldt
C
Benjamin Rush
D
Joseph Banks
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7

What is an antirrhinum?

A
A household medicine
B
Deep pit
C
Snapdragon
D
Umbrella
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