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Daily Quiz #4823

General Knowledge Quiz for Saturday, 2 April 2022

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1

Who died at 17 rue Beautrellis, Paris, on 3 July 1971?

A
Brian Jones
B
Jimi Hendrix
C
Janis Joplin
D
Jim Morrison
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2

Hair described as "bouffant" is what?

A
Pulled back
B
Puffed out
C
Cut short
D
In pigtails
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3

Which of these would not be a number of holes usually found at a golf course?

A
6
B
18
C
9
D
27
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4

Which country, a founder member of the Arab League in 1945 was suspended from the League from 1979 to 1989 after it signed a peace treaty with Israel?

A
Iraq
B
Egypt
C
Jordan
D
Lebanon
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5

In 1935 Count Basie, composer, jazz pianist and band leader, with his newly formed band developed his signature tune, which was what?

A
Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life
B
Animal Crackers in My Soup
C
Bess, You is My Woman Now
D
One O'Clock Jump
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6

In 1884 Pope Leo XIII published the encyclical "Humanum Genus", which denounced a number of beliefs and practices such as popular sovereignty and the separation of church and state, in relation to which group in particular?

A
Falun Gong
B
Seventh Day Adventists
C
Freemasons
D
Composers of light operas
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7

The word "algebra" comes from which language?

A
Yiddish
B
Greek
C
Arabic
D
Russian
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