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General Knowledge Quiz for 13 September 2021

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1

The sinking, approximately 200 miles off Hampton Roads, Virginia, of which steamship on 12 November 1928, with a loss of over 100 lives, particularly of women and children after it was abandoned, had a major impact on the second International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea in 1929?

A
Titanic
B
Vestris
C
Lusitania
D
Reuben James
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2

Who in his last two years at ballet school choreographed the pas de deux "La Nuit" (1920), and the following year the duet, "Enigma", for bare feet rather than ballet shoes?

A
Jerome Robbins
B
George Balanchine
C
Gene Kelly
D
Sergei Diaghilev
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3

Which of these is a concrete noun?

A
Reversion
B
Fraternity
C
Stew
D
Freedom
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4

Graphic representation of a formula containing two variables one of which is the reciprocal of the other, is a what?

A
Ellipse
B
Hyperbole
C
Parabola
D
Hyperbola
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5

Who in 2011 won the unofficial event he has hosted, the Chevron World Challenge, his first professional golf tournament win since 2009?

A
Hunter Maan
B
Tiger Woods
C
Julien Foret
D
David Oakley
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6

Where is the mouth of the Yangtze River?

A
The Bocca Tigris
B
Dongying
C
Shanghai
D
Hangzhou
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7

The annual Roskilde Festival, first held in 1971, takes place in what country?

A
Spain
B
Denmark
C
UK
D
Japan
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