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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 May 2021

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1

What part of a person's body does dysmenorrhea affect?

A
Lower abdomen
B
Shoulders
C
Cervical vertebrae
D
Feet
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2

The Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 is associated with the name of which Scottish monarch?

A
Robert the Bruce
B
Sir William Wallace
C
Macbeth
D
James VI
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3

What was the name of the "state" that was never officially admitted into the Union of the USA after delegates from some North Carolina counties declared independence from North Carolina in 1784, and, in 1788, went back to being part of North Carolina?

A
Pizzicato
B
Washing Day
C
Burlington Bertie
D
Franklin
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4

A languorous person is what?

A
Full of monkey-like charm
B
Weary in a way that feels or looks pleasant
C
Resting
D
Sinuous
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5

In the centre of South America, spread across Brazil, Paraguay, and Bolivia, there is an extensive wetlands known as what?

A
The Billabongs
B
The Fens
C
The Marshlands
D
Pantanal
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6

Besides Meredith Vieira, who has been the host of the US version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" since it began airing in 1999?

A
Bob Saget
B
David Letterman
C
Oprah Winfrey
D
Regis Philbin
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7

Which is the only country outside Europe or Russia to have reached the semi-finals in the biennial World Men's Handball Championship?

A
Brazil
B
Algeria
C
Japan
D
Egypt
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