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General Knowledge Quiz for 11 November 2021

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1

What is the stage name of Londoner Susan Janet Ballion, who fronted the group "The Banshees" between 1976 and 1996?

A
Alison Apache
B
Siouxsie Sioux
C
Karen Komanche
D
Marjorie Mohawk
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2

Which city in the Zou Department of The People's Republic of Benin was formerly the capital of the ancient kingdom of Dahomey?

A
Ouagadougou
B
Mogadishu
C
Abomey
D
Kampala
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3

What was the medal count for the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) in the last Olympic Games in which it took part as a country, and before the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) was formed and stepped up drug-testing at the Games?

A
39 gold and 113 total medals
B
55 gold and 132 total medals
C
48 gold and 100 total medals
D
46 gold and 121 total medals
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4

What award is the equivalent of the Oscars for the music industry?

A
BAFTAs
B
Emmys
C
Tonys
D
Grammys
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5

The legendary Hercules was said to have what quality?

A
Strength
B
Mischief
C
Eloquence
D
Musicianship
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6

The white fumes that form when hydrogen chloride dissolves in water consist of what?

A
Methane
B
Hydrochloric acid
C
Arsenic
D
Helium
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7

Mylar (biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate) is a current favourite material, replacing the original metal, for what fashion accessory?

A
Bra underwires
B
Handbag clasps
C
Collarets
D
Sequins
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