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General Knowledge Quiz for 5 June 2020

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1

In cooking or butchery what parts of an animal are known as lights?

A
Cheeks
B
Eyes
C
Lungs
D
Brains
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2

The Yangtze River is on which continent?

A
South America
B
Australia
C
Asia
D
Africa
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3

What nickname was given to Mary Mallon, who infected a known 53 people working as a cook in New York and, in 1907, was the first healthy typhoid carrier to be identified?

A
Death Angel
B
Typhoid Mary
C
Pretty Woman
D
Mary of the Camellias
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4

The war between 1825 and 1830 in Java was fought between which forces?

A
Dutch, and rebel Javanese
B
Japanese, and Dutch
C
British, and Japanese
D
French, and Dutch
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5

If you take any number, double it, add 10, divide by 2, and subtract your original number, what will the answer be?

A
The original number
B
5
C
10
D
2
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6

When art competitions were introduced into the Olympic Games, the categories were literature, painting, music, sculpture and what other?

A
Bell ringing
B
Instrument making
C
Graphic design
D
Architecture
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7

What real life matter did Lucy Prebble's play, "A Very Expensive Poison" (2019), deal with?

A
The murder in the UK of Alexander Litvinenko
B
The suspected poisoning of Emperor Claudius
C
Cantarella, the poison said to have been used by the Borgias
D
Mercury, at one time used to cure syphilis
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