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General Knowledge Quiz for 11 April 2022

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1

Canada contains much of the world's fresh water, including approximately how many large lakes?

A
680
B
190
C
12,000
D
31,700
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2

How many theses were nailed to a church door by Martin Luther in 1517 (generally accepted to be the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on All Saints Eve, 31 October)?

A
95
B
141
C
5
D
1
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3

In communication over two-way radios, in use by the military, police and fire despatching systems, and CB radio, what does "over" mean?

A
I have finished talking and I am listening
B
I have finished
C
Heard and understood
D
Ended
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4

What is the road featured in the "Wizard of Oz"?

A
Blue Gravel Bypass
B
Brown Asphalt Lane
C
Red Dirt Highway
D
Yellow Brick Road
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5

What card game uses a scoreboard with holes and pegs?

A
Pontoon
B
Baccarat
C
Cribbage
D
Bridge
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6

Francis Crick and James Watson did their research into DNA at what institution?

A
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
B
Yale, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
C
Cambridge, England
D
Oxford, England
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7

Who wrote the books "Stark", "Gridlock", "This Other Eden", "Popcorn", "Blast from the Past", "Inconceivable", "Dead Famous", "High Society", "Past Mortem" and "The First Casualty"?

A
Michael Palin
B
Eric Idle
C
Ben Elton
D
John Cleese
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