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General Knowledge Quiz for Saturday, 6 January 2024

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1

Whose name is honoured in the "Thulin Prize", offered by the International Physical Education Federation (FIEP)?

A
Ingrid Thulin
B
Major Joseph Thulin
C
Gunilla Thulin
D
Inge Thulin
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2

By 2014 how many sports were contested in the Winter Paralympics?

A
20
B
5
C
45
D
4
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3

Traditionally, a magician pulls what out of a hat?

A
Label
B
Drum
C
Head
D
Rabbit
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4

The characters Viola and Sebastian are NOT in which of these plays?

A
Twelfth Night
B
As You Like It
C
She's the Man
D
Your Own Thing
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5

What was the name of spacecraft which created history on 12 November 2014 and landed a probe on a comet?

A
Curiosity
B
Philae
C
Roxanne
D
Rosetta
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6

Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Catalunya and Navarre are all autonomous communities of which country?

A
France
B
Brazil
C
Italy
D
Spain
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7

What most immediately encouraged the 1497 reform of the Spanish monetary system, in which the maravedi as the main unit was dropped in favour of the solid silver peso de ocho (piece of eight)?

A
Jews are expelled from Spain
B
The discovery of silver in Bolivia
C
Montenegro, the last free monarchy in the Balkans, is annexed by the Ottoman Empire
D
The unification of the rule of Spain under Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon
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