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General Knowledge Quiz for 2 August 2020

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1

Who was the bass guitarist who wrote the hits "You're My Best Friend", "Another One Bites the Dust", and "I Want to Break Free"?

A
Brian May
B
John Deacon
C
Roger Taylor
D
Freddie Mercury
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2

Bernard Silver and Norman Woodland pioneered and were the first, in 1952, to patent what?

A
Commercial packaging for chewing gum
B
Barcodes
C
A portable folding stool
D
Weather-resistant concrete
Select from the options above.
3

What comics series, created by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières, first published in the magazine "Pilote" in 1967, reached its final instalment in 2010?

A
Tintin
B
Asterix
C
Valérian and Laureline
D
Emmeline
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4

What gives the Río Tinto in southwestern Spain its colour?

A
High levels of iron and heavy metals
B
High levels of growth of red and brown algae
C
High levels of copper ore
D
High pollution levels from nickel industry
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5

What was Shoemaker-Levy 9, that crashed into Jupiter in 1994?

A
Unmanned module carrying scientific instruments
B
Meteor
C
Comet
D
Satellite
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6

Tofu is made by coagulating what, and compacting the resulting curds into blocks?

A
Sheep's milk
B
Goat's milk
C
Cow's milk
D
Soy milk
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7

In 2007, David Beckham signed for which of these soccer clubs?

A
L A Galaxy
B
All Whites
C
Awassa City
D
Spartak, Moscow
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