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General Knowledge Quiz for 11 July 2020

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1

The flag of which country is a horizontal tricolour of "deep saffron" at the top, white in the middle, and green at the bottom with, in the centre, a navy blue wheel with twenty-four spokes?

A
Russia
B
Italy
C
Canada
D
India
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2

Sir Mortimer Wheeler was famous in which field?

A
Painting
B
Archaeology
C
Archery
D
Fox hunting
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3

When did the territory known as New France, also sometimes known as the French North American Empire or Royal New France, become British?

A
1513
B
1763
C
1774
D
1688
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4

According to the Islamic calendar, during which month were the first verses of the Qur'an revealed to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad?

A
Ramadan
B
Ewerdan
C
Lambadan
D
Muttondan
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5

Plants and algae make carotenoids, which absorb light energy for photosynthesis and provide photoprotection; which is one of the only two animals known to do the same?

A
Salamanders
B
Aphids
C
Axolotls
D
Naked mole rats
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6

Which of these was not a nickname of Phil Tufnell, English test cricketer from 1990 to 2001?

A
Slowhand
B
Tuffers
C
The Cat
D
Two Sugars
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7

Billy Bob Thornton won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for which film?

A
Pin Head
B
Sweet Virginia
C
Slime balls
D
Sling Blade
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