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General Knowledge Quiz for 26 June 2020

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Who composed the music to which the poem by English poet, painter, and printmaker William Blake "And did those feet in ancient time", or "Jerusalem", is usually set?

A
Sir Hubert Parry (1848-1918)
B
John Ireland (1879-1962)
C
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 – 1958)
D
Sir Arnold Bax (1883 – 1953)
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2

In 1692, Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Sarah Wildes, Rebecca Nurse, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs Sr., George Burroughs, John Willard, John Procter and others were executed in connection with what?

A
Witchcraft
B
Brawling in public
C
Larceny
D
Inciting revolution
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3

Who in history is the only divorced wife of someone who later became president of the USA?

A
Jane Wyman
B
Frances Folsom
C
Elizabeth Bloomer Warren
D
Katharine Hepburn
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4

In what field does the Australian firm Tabcorp, originally Tatts Group and Tabcorp Holdings Limited, operate?

A
Flag making
B
Lotteries, sports betting, and gaming machine betting
C
Information Technology
D
Brewing and pubs
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5

What is the country of origin of the cheese called "feta"?

A
USA
B
Netherlands
C
Greece
D
Wales
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6

According to the title of a song from the musical "The Sound of Music", who was lonely?

A
Bull
B
Goatherd
C
Maria
D
Sugar
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7

What is the technical term for double vision?

A
Myopia
B
Diplopia
C
Astigmatism
D
Intoxication
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