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Daily Quiz #4918

General Knowledge Quiz for Wednesday, 6 July 2022

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1

To recuse somebody, or to recuse oneself, from making a judgement implies that a potential problem is seen. Of what?

A
A conflict of interest or lack of impartiality
B
Lack of knowledge
C
Lack of interest in what is being discussed
D
Lack of time due to other commitments
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2

What is the name for the middle part of the nose that separates the nostrils?

A
Snodgrass
B
Chauffeur
C
Particle
D
Septum
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3

What is the early English name for the road that went from London through Lincoln and York to Hadrian's Wall?

A
Stone Street
B
Watling Street
C
Fosse Way
D
Ermine Street
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4

What is the name of mid-ocean ridge which separates much of north America from Africa and Europe?

A
South Atlantic Rise
B
Pacific Ring of Fire
C
Reykjanes Ridge
D
Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
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5

Marabi, a form of South African music popular 1920s-1940s, was characterised by restless, rebellious energy; where was it most practised?

A
The plains
B
Townships
C
Dockyards
D
Urban slums
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6

Which of these was a co-owner of the Miss Universe franchise?

A
Donald Trump
B
Richard Branson
C
Michael Jackson
D
Paul McCartney
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7

Who were the contenders in the longest cricket test match ever played?

A
England v South Africa
B
New Zealand v South Africa
C
England v West Indies
D
West Indies v India
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