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General Knowledge Quiz for Tuesday, 6 February 2024

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1

The Japanese Koto is what type of musical instrument?

A
Percussion
B
Brass
C
Woodwind
D
String
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2

In 1961, the office of the Postmaster General of Australia introduced which emergency telephone number in major population centres and, near the end of the 1980s, extended the coverage nationwide?

A
999
B
000
C
911
D
111
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3

The condition whereby hostages form sympathetic bonds with their captors is known as what?

A
Cupboard love
B
Stockholm syndrome
C
Captive audience
D
Epstein-Barr virus
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4

What is Banksy best known for?

A
Setting up a trust for orphaned Eskimo children
B
Most rugby league goals kicked in Australia
C
"Anonymous" street art
D
Chat show hosting
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5

America's Cup races are competed in or on what?

A
The deep sea
B
The air
C
Up mountains
D
The seas
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6

Who wrote: "So, naturalists observe, a flea Hath smaller fleas that on him prey; And these have smaller still to bite 'em; And so proceed ad infinitum."?

A
Charles Darwin
B
Alexander Pope
C
John Gay
D
Jonathan Swift
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7

Who was declared president by both houses of the US Congress because there was no precedent or clear constitutional rule for a vice president to assume the office of president upon the death of his predecessor?

A
John Tyler
B
John Quincy Adams
C
William Henry Harrison
D
Ronald Reagan
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