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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 February 2020

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1

Which German author won the 1999 Nobel Prize in Literature?

A
Ingeborg Bachmann
B
Thomas Mann
C
Herman Hesse
D
Günter Grass
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2

The re-election campaign of 66 year old Uganda president Yoweri Museveni gained international attention in 2010 when he presented himself as what?

A
Skateboarder
B
Boxer
C
Rap singer
D
Dog lover
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3

Which South American country counts at least 5,000 islands (larger than 100,000 m2 (1,100,000 sq ft)) in its territory?

A
Chile
B
Peruvians
C
Argentina
D
Venezuela
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4

What car was a feature of the US television series "The Rockford Files" (1974-80)?

A
A gold Pontiac Firebird Esprit
B
1954 Oldsmobile F-88 Convertible Concept Car
C
A bright red Ford Gran Torino
D
1967 Grumman Widgeon
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5

How many pips are there on a standard 52-card pack of playing cards?

A
220
B
364
C
55
D
4
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6

What is pognophobia the fear of?

A
Beards
B
Noses
C
Dogs
D
Bears
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7

The Vegan Society defines veganism as "a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable" what?

A
Anything in the diet which is not a vegetable
B
All meat or products associated with animals or insects from the diet
C
All forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose
D
Animal-related products
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