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General Knowledge Quiz for 24 April 2020

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1

In 1998, what was marketed as "the game for your whole brain"?

A
Brain Damage
B
Trivial Pursuit
C
Cranium
D
Head
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2

What does Ariana Grande's 2018 hit "Thank U, Next" refer to?

A
Childhood
B
Experiences as a supermarket checkout attendant
C
Mental health
D
Four of her past relationships
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3

Where or in what would a plumbata have been found?

A
An 18th century diving suit
B
Ancient Roman drainage systems
C
Ancient and mediaeval battle fields
D
17th century mould for bullets
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4

What is another name for "lateral epicondylitis"?

A
Cauliflower ear
B
Housemaid's knee
C
Athlete's foot
D
Tennis elbow
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5

Who headed up the "Rolling Thunder Revue", a US concert tour consisting of a travelling caravan of musicians including Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Kinky Friedman & Bob Neuwirth, that took place in late 1975 / early 1976?

A
Cat Stevens
B
Bruce Springsteen
C
The Rolling Stones
D
Bob Dylan
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6

What was the last major land battle between England and France?

A
Battle of the Bulge, 1944
B
Battle of Waterloo, 1815
C
Battle of Culloden, 1746
D
Battle of Trafalgar, 1805
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7

From 2014 to 2015 Bárðarbunga volcano was notable from space for its plume of volcanic material; where was it erupting?

A
Hawai'i
B
Iceland
C
Siberia
D
Antarctica
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