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Daily Quiz #4726

General Knowledge Quiz for Sunday, 26 December 2021

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1

What type of apple was adopted by The Beatles' "Apple Records" as its symbol?

A
Gravenstein
B
Braeburn
C
Golden Delicious
D
Granny Smith
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2

Sunspots on the sun are the result of what?

A
Magnetism
B
Flares
C
Nearby swarms of asteroids
D
Concentrations of helium
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3

The first Pierre de Coubertin medal awarded was to Eugenio Monti who competed in what discipline in the 1964 Winter Olympics?

A
Bobsled
B
Bobtail
C
Bobbing for apples
D
Bobbidi
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4

The French novelist, polemicist and physician Louis Ferdinand Destouches (1894 - 1961, pen-name Louis-Ferdinand Céline) is known as much for his controversial and successful writing as for what element in it?

A
Anti-semitism
B
Communist ideology
C
Monarchism
D
Admiration of the military
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5

Which is the world's most populous country to have a Muslim majority of over 85%?

A
Indonesia
B
Pakistan
C
Bangladesh
D
Iran
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6

When the Simplon Tunnel opened it was the only permanent road access between which two countries?

A
Switzerland and Germany
B
Italy and Switzerland
C
Italy and France
D
Austria and Italy
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7

Which of these was the title of a single by Peter Andre that was not released off the album "The Long Road Back" in 2004?

A
Mysterious Girl 2004
B
Flava
C
The Right Way
D
Insania
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