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General Knowledge Quiz for 2 November 2021

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1

Where is the dangerous oval-shaped reef and island known as Banc du Geyser?

A
At the northern access to the Mozambique Channel
B
Off Nouméa
C
At the mouth of the Oyapok River in French Guiana
D
In the River Rhine
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2

For which two films has Michael Caine won Oscars?

A
"Educating Rita" & "The Quiet American"
B
"Zulu" & "The Italian Job"
C
"Get Carter" & "The Ipcress File"
D
"The Cider House Rules" & "Hannah and Her Sisters"
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3

Which of these sports has an arbitrator officially called an "umpire"?

A
Cricket
B
Rugby Union
C
Soccer
D
Boxing
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4

Which Wonder of the Ancient World begun in 356 BC at Ephesus under the direction of Dinocrates took over a century to build?

A
Lighthouse at Alexandria
B
Sphinx
C
Colossus of Rhodes
D
Temple of Diana
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5

Which of these is a French impressionist painter?

A
Degas
B
El Greco
C
Salvador Dali
D
Gainsborough
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6

When his Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, died on 9 April 2021, what happened to his title as Duke?

A
It merged with the Crown
B
It was retired
C
His oldest son, Prince Charles, inherited it
D
It remains vacant until the Queen grants it to someone else.
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7

What does the "e" stand for in Einstein's famous equation?

A
Exodus
B
Edible mushrooms
C
Elections
D
Energy
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