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General Knowledge Quiz for 26 September 2021

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1

Which family of 3 painters depicted the life of peasants, paintings in which devils and witches appear, and landscapes?

A
Rembrandt
B
Dali
C
Brueghel
D
Holbein
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2

What expression that comes from angling means "everything"?

A
Bell, book and candle
B
Lock, stock and barrel
C
Hook, line and sinker
D
Blood, sweat and tears
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3

In the film "Batman Forever", released in 1995, who played the villain called "The Riddler"?

A
Jim Carrey
B
Jack Nicholson
C
Tommy Lee Jones
D
Arnold Schwarzenegger
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4

At the 1912 Olympic Games Serbia competed as an independent nation, but did not do so again until when?

A
1948
B
2008
C
1920
D
2016
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5

Tigray, which became particularly prominent in international news in 2020 and 2021, is a region in the north of which country?

A
Kenya
B
Ethiopia
C
Eritrea
D
Nigeria
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6

An atom of oxygen linked to an atom of hydrogen is a signature combination in the formulae of which compounds?

A
Organic
B
Alkalis
C
Acids
D
Alcohols and phenols
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7

What place was Pliny the Elder (23 - 79 CE) describing in his "Natural History" when he wrote "twice in every day the ocean … hides Nature's everlasting controversy about whether this region belongs to the land or to the sea"?

A
The Nile delta
B
The Netherlands
C
Atlantis
D
Calabria
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