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General Knowledge Quiz for 9 November 2020

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Which of these is a Welsh retired soccer star who made a career in film with his debut in "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels"?

A
David Beckham
B
Vinnie Jones
C
David Seaman
D
Ronaldinho
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2

Which of these historic buildings is in Dublin?

A
Alcatraz
B
Mountjoy prison
C
Bastille
D
The Dom
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3

Which term was coined by the US computer scientist Grace Hopper in 1945?

A
Virus
B
Hard drive
C
Bug
D
Mouse
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4

"The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe", a 2005 film based on the novel by C. S. Lewis, is set mainly in which land?

A
100 Acre Wood
B
Narnia
C
Sodor
D
Neverland
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5

To which of these does "spud" not refer?

A
A potato
B
A scarecrow in the TV series "Bob the Builder"
C
Daniel Murphy, a character in "Trainspotting" by Irvine Welsh
D
A model of Ford car
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6

Marie Curie, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1903) and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911), was born where?

A
Warsaw, Poland
B
Paris, France
C
Geneva, Switzerland
D
Sydney, Australia
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7

What war was described as "the equivalent of two bald men fighting over a comb"?

A
Falklands War
B
Korean War
C
Six Day War
D
Seven Year's War
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