General Knowledge Quiz #184

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  1. What global brand was founded by Baron Marcel Bich in Clichy France, 1945, whose first and enduring product is Cristal?
  2. Which religious belief concept was developed by American writer L Ron Hubbard (1911–1986)?
  3. Which city is traditionally credited with developing and popularizing stollen cake, beginning in the 1400s: Dresden; Milan; London; or Paris?
  4. Petite Syrah, a cafe in Nice, France, made the news in 2013 after publicizing widely varying coffee prices according to customers': Weight; Ability to pay; Politeness; or Religion?
  5. According to several definitions, Mawsynram village in Meghalaya state, NE India, experiences what most extreme earthly characteristic: Rainfall; Humidity; Tremors; or Sunshine?
  6. RIA Novosti was dissolved and replaced by Rossiya Segodnya as the main state news agency in which country in 2013?
  7. The Spanish word 'ciudad' means: Bar/Restaurant; City/Town; Road/Street; or House/Ranch?
  8. Name the manufacturer of F1 champion Sebastian Vettel's helmet, sold for a world record £72,000 in a 2013 charity auction?
  9. A 35-year study by Cardiff University found in 2013 that dementia risk was influenced most by: Tobacco; Alcohol; Obesity; Diet; or Exercise?
  10. A Christmas card that Tesco was forced to withdraw from sale in 2009 made a joke about Santa Claus loving: Cannabis; Men; Reindeer; or Ginger children?
  11. A Belgian bun usually features icing and: Sultanas & Cherry; Rhubarb & Honey; Figs & Dates; or Pineapple & Rum?
  12. Which corporation launched the Surface Pro 2 laptop/tablet hybrid in 2013?
  13. The term 'flapper' refers to a socially and fashionably brash female/style in which period?
  14. Kraamzorg is a popular Dutch: Cheese; Bicycle; Drinking game; or Postnatal care system?
  15. 'Tibetan silver' jewellery/jewelry commonly sold in western markets and online is typically what percentage pure silver: 0-2%; 15-40%; 60-80%'; or 90-100%?
  16. Which regional format number identifies DVDs specific to the US and Canada: 1; 2; 3; or 4?
  17. Where was the hottest ever (as at 2013) natural earth surface temperature of 56.7C recorded in 1913: Death Valley, USA; Basra, Iraq; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; or Alice Springs, Australia?
  18. The 1967 novel 'The Starlight Barking' by Dorothy 'Dodie' Smith is the sequel to which, her most famous, book?
  19. Spell the Chinese currency: Renminbi; Remnimbi; Renmimbi; or Remninbi?
  20. What does the Latin abbreviation 'i.e.' (meaning 'that is..') stand for in full?

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Interactive Quiz

  1. What global brand was founded by Baron Marcel Bich in Clichy France, 1945, whose first and enduring product is Cristal?
    Bic 
  2. Which religious belief concept was developed by American writer L Ron Hubbard (1911–1986)?
    Scientology
  3. Which city is traditionally credited with developing and popularizing stollen cake, beginning in the 1400s: Dresden; Milan; London; or Paris?
    Dresden
  4. Petite Syrah, a cafe in Nice, France, made the news in 2013 after publicizing widely varying coffee prices according to customers': Weight; Ability to pay; Politeness; or Religion?
    Politeness 
  5. According to several definitions, Mawsynram village in Meghalaya state, NE India, experiences what most extreme earthly characteristic: Rainfall; Humidity; Tremors; or Sunshine?
    Rainfall 
  6. RIA Novosti was dissolved and replaced by Rossiya Segodnya as the main state news agency in which country in 2013?
    Russia
  7. The Spanish word 'ciudad' means: Bar/Restaurant; City/Town; Road/Street; or House/Ranch?
    City/Town
  8. Name the manufacturer of F1 champion Sebastian Vettel's helmet, sold for a world record £72,000 in a 2013 charity auction?
    Arai
  9. A 35-year study by Cardiff University found in 2013 that dementia risk was influenced most by: Tobacco; Alcohol; Obesity; Diet; or Exercise?
    Exercise
  10. A Christmas card that Tesco was forced to withdraw from sale in 2009 made a joke about Santa Claus loving: Cannabis; Men; Reindeer; or Ginger children?
    Ginger children
  11. A Belgian bun usually features icing and: Sultanas & Cherry; Rhubarb & Honey; Figs & Dates; or Pineapple & Rum?
    Sultanas & Cherry
  12. Which corporation launched the Surface Pro 2 laptop/tablet hybrid in 2013?
    Microsoft
  13. The term 'flapper' refers to a socially and fashionably brash female/style in which period?
    1910s; 1920s; 1930s; 1940s? 1920s
  14. Kraamzorg is a popular Dutch: Cheese; Bicycle; Drinking game; or Postnatal care system?
    Postnatal care system 
  15. 'Tibetan silver' jewellery/jewelry commonly sold in western markets and online is typically what percentage pure silver: 0-2%; 15-40%; 60-80%'; or 90-100%?
    0-2% 
  16. Which regional format number identifies DVDs specific to the US and Canada: 1; 2; 3; or 4?
    1
  17. Where was the hottest ever (as at 2013) natural earth surface temperature of 56.7C recorded in 1913: Death Valley, USA; Basra, Iraq; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; or Alice Springs, Australia?
    Death Valley, USA
  18. The 1967 novel 'The Starlight Barking' by Dorothy 'Dodie' Smith is the sequel to which, her most famous, book?
    The Hundred and One Dalmatians 
  19. Spell the Chinese currency: Renminbi; Remnimbi; Renmimbi; or Remninbi?
    Renminbi
  20. What does the Latin abbreviation 'i.e.' (meaning 'that is..') stand for in full?
    Id Est