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General Knowledge Quiz for 18 April 2021

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1

"Easter Parade" (1948), starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, featured songs by whom?

A
Irving Berlin
B
Cole Porter
C
Burt Bacharach & Hal David
D
Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice
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2

Which of these numbers is not a square?

A
169
B
186
C
144
D
225
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3

Which of these might be used in association with a guitar?

A
Rosin
B
Reed
C
Plectrum
D
Embouchure
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4

Port Said is at the entrance to which canal?

A
Panama
B
Suez
C
Corinth
D
Erie
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5

The Harelle, a revolt that occurred in the French city of Rouen in 1382 followed by the Maillotins Revolt a few days later in Paris, and subsequently in Amiens, Dieppe, Falaise, Caen, Orleans, and Rheims during the Hundred Years War, was about what?

A
Lack of state-provided education
B
The price of wine
C
Racial persecution
D
Taxation
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6

What items are in lots of 52 as standard, each with a unique combination of numbers and symbols?

A
Birthday cards
B
Credit cards
C
Score cards
D
Playing cards
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7

Which film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni showed the nature and emotions of the characters when Claudia (played by Monica Vitti) searched with her lover Sandro (Gabriele Ferzetti) for her sister Anna (Lea Massar)?

A
L'avventura (The Adventure)
B
Blow Up
C
Il deserto rosso (The Red Desert)
D
Zabriskie Point
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