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General Knowledge Quiz for 11 April 2020

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1

When St Michael's Cathedral in Coventry, UK, was rebuilt after being bombed in World War II, among several epic artistic creations was a glazed so-called West Wall showing what?

A
81 ft (24.7 m) high abstract in 195 glass panes of bright primary colours
B
72 ft (22 m)high figure of Christ
C
66 larger than life engraved glass figures
D
The 25 ft (7.6 m) high figure of St Michael in victory over the Devil
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2

Myles na gCopaleen and George Knowall are three pseudonyms of what Irish novelist, playwright and satirist?

A
Flann O'Brien
B
Brian O'Nolan
C
Brother Barnabas
D
Seamus Heaney
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3

Which ocean is on the eastern shore of the Kamchatka Peninsula?

A
Southern
B
Arctic
C
Atlantic
D
Pacific
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4

Which religion has about 119 million known adherents in Japan?

A
Thighfinger
B
Shinto
C
Calffoot
D
Limbnose
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5

Which planet or planets in the Earth's solar system spin in a clockwise direction?

A
Earth
B
All of them
C
Venus and Uranus
D
Uranus and Neptune
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6

In 1996, at Atlanta, Karch Kiraly was the first US player of which sport to win three Olympic gold medals?

A
Weightlifting
B
Handball
C
Volleyball
D
Wrestling
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7

What was a name given to Britain's first operational nuclear weapon?

A
Purple Monster
B
Barbarossa
C
Yellow Peril
D
Blue Danube
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