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General Knowledge Quiz for 12 April 2020

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The USA won the most medals at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. Out of these countries, which one won the most?

A
Australia
B
Cuba
C
Madagascar
D
Cameroon
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2

How many episodes were made in the British TV series "Yes, Minister"?

A
28
B
7
C
16
D
21
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3

What is the east coast of Nicaragua, fronting the Caribbean Sea, called?

A
Costa del Sol
B
Riviera
C
Gold Coast
D
Mosquito Coast
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4

Which city was founded by Sir Stamford Raffles as a trading settlement in 1819?

A
Hong Kong
B
Singapore
C
Mumbai
D
Bougainville
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5

Which illustrator, born in what is now Haiti, raised in France, and an immigrant to America at 18, turned early observations and a hobby into creating work which included a book which was published in Britain and which is now considered a classic?

A
Elizabeth Blackwell (1700 – 1758)
B
Rachel Ruysch (1664 – 1750)
C
John James Audubon (1785-1851`)
D
Mark Catesby (1682-1749)
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6

Embioptera, known as web weavers or webspinners, create silk from spinnerets located where?

A
Under the mouth parts
B
Under the end of the abdomen
C
The ends of the two front legs
D
On every leg
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7

What is the name for the act of murdering of one's own brother?

A
Sororicide
B
Patricide
C
Matricide
D
Fratricide
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