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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 December 2020

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1

The world's oldest emergency call service was introduced first in the London area in 1937. What telephone number was used?

A
911
B
999
C
111
D
119
Select from the options above.
2

Which of these are used in the Olympic sport of fencing?

A
Staples and battens
B
Sabres and foils
C
Pins and needles
D
Knives and forks
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3

Myalgic pain affects which part of the body?

A
Eyes
B
Lower back
C
Legs
D
Muscles
Select from the options above.
4

What is the name of the foreign intelligence agency of the German government, which is under the control of the Chancellor's Office?

A
Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND)
B
Agencja Wywiadu (AW)
C
The Public Security Intelligence Service (PSIS)
D
The State Intelligence Service (SHISH)
Select from the options above.
5

Which 2008 Western film starred Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen as lawmen, Jeremy Irons as a rancher and Renee Zellweger as a piano-playing widow?

A
Brumby
B
Palomino
C
Appaloosa
D
Stallion
Select from the options above.
6

Since downing the Berlin Wall in 1989, Europe has built multiple new walls, to control immigration, to manage internal populations, to stake out territory. By 2017 how many walls had been put up by the various European countries?

A
15
B
5
C
2
D
8
Select from the options above.
7

What fictional football club was the centre for the UK TV series "Footballers' Wives"?

A
Earl's Park
B
Tottenham Rangers
C
Manchester Wanderers
D
Chiswick
Select from the options above.
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