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General Knowledge Quiz for 4 August 2021

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1

Who was killed on 4 January 1967 when his jet propelled boat, Bluebird K7, somersaulted and disintegrated on Coniston Water?

A
Donald Campbell
B
John Cobb
C
Ken Warby
D
Henry Segrave
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2

The island known in ancient myth and legend as the “land of the lotus eaters”, where Odysseus was said to have been stranded on his voyage, lies off the coast of what country?

A
Libya
B
Sicily
C
Morocco
D
Tunisia
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3

Which strategy game uses a hexagonal board representing an island which settlers (the players) aim to settle?

A
Catan
B
Runewars
C
Eclipse
D
Nexus Ops
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4

A landscape design feature, with one straight side and one sloping, is a ...?

A
Ha-ha
B
Pyramid hedge
C
Cypress avenue
D
Excuse-me
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5

Which two Lambs were associated with a well-known children's book from 1807?

A
Charles and Caroline
B
Charles and Mary
C
Sooty and Baa
D
Laura and Lynton
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6

In October 2010, who sued Steve McQueen's fashion company, Alexander McQueen, and retail giant Saks, for trademark infringement?

A
Harrods
B
Nike
C
The Rolling Stones
D
Hell's Angels
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7

What annual event takes place in spring on the beaches of at Berck-sur-Mer on the Opal Coast of northern France?

A
Sand castle building
B
Shetland pony races
C
International Kite Festival
D
National hot air balloon races
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