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Daily Quiz #4767

General Knowledge Quiz for Saturday, 5 February 2022

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1

For the type of bet called a "Quinella", how many horses are picked?

A
2
B
5
C
3
D
4
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2

What is another name for a beekeeper?

A
Numismatist
B
Ichthyologist
C
Apiarist
D
Barista
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3

Upper ocean temperatures in parts of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current have increased by how much since 1955?

A
Over 1°C
B
0.2°C
C
Nearly 10°C
D
11.2°C
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4

Of whom or what was Oscar Wilde reputedly speaking in one of his last reported remarks, "One of us will have to go"?

A
His publisher
B
His priest
C
His hotel wallpaper
D
His barber
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5

Which is the third in what the American author and illustrator Maurice Sendak describes as a trilogy of books based on psychological development, starting with "In the Night Kitchen"?

A
Tell Them Anything You Want
B
Where the Wild Things Are
C
Outside Over There
D
The Changeling
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6

The term "radar", of American origin, coined in 1941, replaced the British abbreviation "RDF" which stood for "Radio Direction Finding". What does "radar" stand for?

A
Radio Amplification to Detect Aerial Raiders
B
Radio Aerial Routefinding
C
Reconnaissance Activated by Diffusion and Reception
D
Radio Detection and Ranging
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7

As at 2017 which country was the leading exporter of dates?

A
Algeria
B
Iraq
C
Egypt
D
Oman
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