General Knowledge Quiz #116

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  1. The term Ponzi Scheme refers to: Financial investing; Landscape gardening; Computer coding; or Military tactics?
  2. Parsimonious means: God-fearing; Dishonest; Slow; or Sparing?
  3. The strongly featured character Alyson/Alys in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is better known as?
  4. The 'sub-kingdoms' Blastocladiomycota, Microsporidia and Dikarya belong to the kingdom of organisms commonly called what?
  5. No longer in use, the internet top level domain .gb was originally allocated to what nation/state?
  6. What popular children's TV/toy character has a Mummy, Daddy, brother George, and cousins Chloé and Alexander?
  7. Which city's metro system has lines including Pinar de Chamartín to Valdecarros and Villaverde Alto to Moncloa?
  8. The medical condition Strabismus affects what part of the human body?
  9. Upton Park Football Club won what notable international award in Paris, 1900?
  10. With the symbol H what is the unit of inductance?
  11. What country was created in 1949 with the local abbreviated name DDR?
  12. In Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels what is Gulliver's first name: Lemuel; Teneile; Makepeace; or Gary?
  13. What word makes new words as a prefix with the words cover, line, code and ship?
  14. The terms digitigrade, plantigrade, unguligrade, refer to a detail of what animal function: Walking; Eating; Sleeping, or Temperature regulation?
  15. Phonology refers to: Music recording; Human hearing; Telecommunications; or Linguistics?
  16. Spell the widely used thermoplastic polymer: Polypropolene; Polypropylline; Polypropeline; Polypropylene?
  17. The abbreviated bicycle term BMX stands for what?
  18. The Periodic Table is a system for presenting what?
  19. Name the ancient Greek dramatist who innovated concepts such as realism and female psychology in works including Hippolytus, Electra, and Trojan Women: Euripides; Sophocles; Homer; or Aristotle?
  20. The characters 11 in the binary numeral system equate to what number?

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  1. The term Ponzi Scheme refers to: Financial investing; Landscape gardening; Computer coding; or Military tactics?
    Financial investing 
  2. Parsimonious means: God-fearing; Dishonest; Slow; or Sparing?
    Sparing 
  3. The strongly featured character Alyson/Alys in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is better known as?
    The Wife of Bath
  4. The 'sub-kingdoms' Blastocladiomycota, Microsporidia and Dikarya belong to the kingdom of organisms commonly called what?
    Fungi
  5. No longer in use, the internet top level domain .gb was originally allocated to what nation/state?
    UK 
  6. What popular children's TV/toy character has a Mummy, Daddy, brother George, and cousins Chloé and Alexander?
    Peppa Pig
  7. Which city's metro system has lines including Pinar de Chamartín to Valdecarros and Villaverde Alto to Moncloa?
    Madrid 
  8. The medical condition Strabismus affects what part of the human body?
    Eyes
  9. Upton Park Football Club won what notable international award in Paris, 1900?
    Olympic Gold Medal
  10. With the symbol H what is the unit of inductance?
    Henry 
  11. What country was created in 1949 with the local abbreviated name DDR?
    East Germany
  12. In Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels what is Gulliver's first name: Lemuel; Teneile; Makepeace; or Gary?
    Lemuel
  13. What word makes new words as a prefix with the words cover, line, code and ship?
    Hard
  14. The terms digitigrade, plantigrade, unguligrade, refer to a detail of what animal function: Walking; Eating; Sleeping, or Temperature regulation?
    Walking 
  15. Phonology refers to: Music recording; Human hearing; Telecommunications; or Linguistics?
    Linguistics 
  16. Spell the widely used thermoplastic polymer: Polypropolene; Polypropylline; Polypropeline; Polypropylene?
    Polypropylene
  17. The abbreviated bicycle term BMX stands for what?
    Bicycle Motocross 
  18. The Periodic Table is a system for presenting what?
    Chemical elements
  19. Name the ancient Greek dramatist who innovated concepts such as realism and female psychology in works including Hippolytus, Electra, and Trojan Women: Euripides; Sophocles; Homer; or Aristotle?
    Euripides
  20. The characters 11 in the binary numeral system equate to what number?
    Three