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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 July 2021

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1

The many times operated on, and many times recovered, golfer Tiger Woods had another occasion for major surgery in February 2021 when he did what?

A
Fell during rehabilitation from a previous surgery
B
Over-extended his swing in a practice session
C
Fell while he was free climbing
D
Crashed his car
Select from the options above.
2

Which of these is a portable media player launched by Apple on October 23, 2001?

A
oMiGo
B
pPod
C
iDunno
D
iPod
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3

Which of these appear in Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado"?

A
Four Big Widows
B
Three Little Maids
C
Five Fat Mothers
D
Two Tiny Boys
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4

What was the Menin Gate, unveiled in 1927, built to signify?

A
Celebration of ancient French customs
B
Memorial to some of the military dead who have no known grave
C
Peace
D
Returning commercial growth in the area
Select from the options above.
5

Where is the stempost of a sea-going vessel?

A
In the centre (the mast)
B
At the stern
C
At the bow
D
Holding the wheel
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6

A compilation of whose inspirational letters to a young jazz student named Anthony, has been published as "To a Young Jazz Musician"?

A
Wynton Marsalis
B
Paul Whiteman
C
"Jelly Roll" Morton
D
Benny Goodman
Select from the options above.
7

Where do Aeolian forces have most impact?

A
Mid-ocean
B
Mountain peaks
C
Semi-dry, sparsely vegetated or desert land
D
In erupting volcanoes
Select from the options above.
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