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General Knowledge Quiz for 10 June 2021

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1

In the middle ages, what were built in Canterbury, York, Lincoln, Salisbury, Lichfield and Winchester?

A
Canals
B
Cathedrals
C
Railway stations
D
Town halls
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2

"Leggie" is a term that is used in what sport?

A
Netball
B
Cricket
C
Volleyball
D
Polo
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3

If something is described as picayune, what is meant?

A
It is dainty
B
It is small and insignificant
C
It is almost non-existent
D
It does not matter
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4

In medicine, the suffix "-itis" means the presence of what?

A
Suppuration
B
Cancer
C
Inflammation
D
Bleeding
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5

Which artist was the architect for the dome of St Peter's Basilica, Rome?

A
Michelangelo
B
Leonardo da Vinci
C
Filippo Brunelleschi
D
Donatello
Select from the options above.
6

In what country is the Phinda Game Reserve, which includes some of the world's rare sand forest?

A
Namibia
B
Madagascar
C
Kenya
D
South Africa
Select from the options above.
7

Who was the female lead in the film "Casablanca"?

A
Ingrid Bergman
B
Katharine Hepburn
C
Greta Garbo
D
Lana Turner
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