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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 September 2021

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1

Which brothers founded the studio which developed the dance rhythm game, Just Dance 2021?

A
Smith
B
Guillemot
C
Kwok
D
Gou
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2

Who was Prime Minister of the UK on 28 March 1979, when the House of Commons passed a Motion of No Confidence, forcing a general election that was won by Margaret Thatcher?

A
Edward Heath
B
Harold Wilson
C
Alec Douglas-Home
D
James Callaghan
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3

Who used to observe the Sarum Rite?

A
Followers of the religion now known as Wicca
B
Druids
C
Prehistoric peoples living in Salisbury
D
Mediaeval Christians in parts of Europe
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4

The cochlea is part of which part of the body?

A
Ear
B
Eye
C
Nose
D
Throat
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5

What is the name of the fictional character in the land of Oz created by L. Frank Baum as "the Good Witch of the South" who, in the 1939 film version of "The Wizard of Oz" was called "the Good Witch of the North"?

A
Evvamene
B
Evillene
C
Addaperle
D
Glinda
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6

Which cricket team was accused of being the subject of rigging the result of an international cricket game against England at Lords in August 2010?

A
Sri Lanka
B
Bangladesh
C
India
D
Pakistan
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7

Where is the Afar Triple Junction?

A
Central southern Asia
B
Birmingham, UK
C
On the African coast of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden
D
The North Island of New Zealand
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