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General Knowledge Quiz for 25 August 2021

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1

In which Olympics did the International Olympic Committee (IOC) accept Arts into its programme for competition?

A
1908
B
1912
C
1900
D
1948
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2

In terms of high altitude landscapes, what are penitentes?

A
Small plains of broken, unweathered, sharp rocks
B
Ice caves
C
Groups of elongated, thin blades of hardened snow or ice
D
Places where the sun never reaches
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3

In 1980, Israeli legislation prohibited what activity in Palestinian art?

A
Using the colours green, red, black and white
B
Depicting Orthodox Jews
C
Painting on Saturday
D
Using sable or pig bristle brushes
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4

Who created the character of James Bond?

A
Len Deighton
B
Ian Fleming
C
Germaine Greer
D
Georges Simenon
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5

Between 1901 and 1909, Karl Landsteiner, Jan Janský and William Moss worked on the classification of what?

A
Moths
B
Roses
C
Dinosaurs
D
Blood groups
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6

What name is given to the cabin that is suspended from a balloon?

A
Bungee
B
Babylon
C
Gondola
D
Bassinette
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7

It started as a play in Germany in 1897 by Oscar Blumenthal and actor Gustav Kadelburg, was recreated as a silent film in 1926 and then as a musical in 1930 as which it has remained popular. What is the title?

A
The White Horse Inn
B
The Student Prince
C
The King and I
D
Knickerbocker Holiday
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