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General Knowledge Quiz for 7 August 2021

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1

What kind of engineering or computing system would be called "stovepipe"?

A
One that operates as a standalone, which has the potential to share resources but does not
B
A many-level narrowly integrated system
C
A system to divert attack from the main operations
D
Stand-in
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2

Which of these countries is landlocked?

A
Austria
B
Poland
C
Denmark
D
Estonia
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3

What is the effect of modern Daylight Saving Time, Daylight Time, or Summer Time?

A
Curtains fade faster
B
It shifts the time system forward one hour for part of the year
C
Crime rates increase
D
Rivers dry up
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4

In 2019 Allyson Felix became the most decorated what?

A
Athlete in the World Athletics Championships
B
Round the world solo sailor
C
Free climber
D
Wrestler
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5

Who painted "Red Car Crash" as a part of his 1962–63 "Death and Disaster" series?

A
Peter Blake
B
Jackson Pollock
C
Vincent van Gogh
D
Andy Warhol
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6

The Volstead Act, that became law in the USA on 28 October 1919, concerned what?

A
Interest rate controls
B
Restrictions on immigration
C
Tax on share dividends
D
Prohibition of alcohol
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7

Which was the first National Olympic Committee to be recognised by the International Olympic committee after its formation in 1894?

A
French
B
Hellenic
C
British
D
Australian
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