General Knowledge Quiz #202

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  1. On a standard English QWERTY keyboard the % (percent) sign is above the number: 2; 5; 7; or 0?
  2. What is a pullover, a New US state, a UK channel island and knitted fabric first produced there?
  3. What once world-leading social networking website was bought by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation for $580m in 2005, and sold to Specific Media Group and Justin Timberlake for $35m in 2011?
  4. Pranayama refers generally to what aspect of yoga: Praying; Breathing; Singing; or Pyjamas/Pajamas?
  5. Rolls Royce famously makes (What?) for the aircraft industry: Fuselages; Engines; Electronics; or Leather seats?
  6. The English-Greek prefix 'peri' means: Up/over; Round/about; Vision; or Hidden?
  7. Which country occupying 47% of South America has states including Amazonas, Sao Paulo, Bahia and Para?
  8. A 'short corner' or 'penalty corner' features in: Ice hockey; Field hockey; Australian Rules Football; or Table tennis?
  9. An anaesthetist (US anesthesiologist) is a type of: Atomic scientist; Astronomer; Medical doctor; or Sheet metal-worker?
  10. Swedish amateur jockey Helena Stahl controversially did what to her horse after it was put down due to injury in 2015: Stuffed/mounted it; Sent its ashes to Mars; Made jewellery from its bones; or Ate it?
  11. The word pyjamas (US pajamas) originated from: JM Barrie's Peter Pan; Bengali/Persian 'leg garment'; Slang for 'prison jacket'; or Biblical clothes worn by desciples of Jesus?
  12. Radioactive decay of naturally occurring Uranium eventually concludes as: Gold; Oxygen; Lead; or Sugar?
  13. Gleeking is the popular technical term for: Cracking knuckles: Scrunching knees; Stomach gurgling; or Spurting saliva out of the mouth from glands under the tongue?
  14. Religious Christian instruction - typically spoken fixed questions and answers - is called: Cataclysm; Catechism; Catatonia; or Catamaran?
  15. Jana Gana Mana is, since 1950, the national anthem of: China; India; Russia; or France?
  16. What single digit whole number is the cube root of 64?
  17. The internationally significant UK organizations PRS and PPL which merged in 2016 operate in which sector: Renewable energy; Music; Travel; or Espionage and security intelligence?
  18. The saying which alludes to a character in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and to the intoxicating effects of a trade glue is 'Mad as a (What?)': Carpenter; Hatter; Tailor; or Dentist?
  19. The 13th century legend of Lady Godiva, riding naked on horseback in Coventry to save townsfolk from her husband's taxes, featured/originated the notion of a voyeur called 'Peeping (Who?)': Paul; Tom; Dick; or Kevin?
  20. When an entity/person disposes of significant assets, perhaps unwisely, to raise money, this is called 'Selling off the family (What?): Treasure; Silver; Jewells; or Children?

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Interactive Quiz

  1. On a standard English QWERTY keyboard the % (percent) sign is above the number: 2; 5; 7; or 0?
    5
  2. What is a pullover, a New US state, a UK channel island and knitted fabric first produced there?
    Jersey
  3. What once world-leading social networking website was bought by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation for $580m in 2005, and sold to Specific Media Group and Justin Timberlake for $35m in 2011?
    Myspace
  4. Pranayama refers generally to what aspect of yoga: Praying; Breathing; Singing; or Pyjamas/Pajamas?
    Breathing 
  5. Rolls Royce famously makes (What?) for the aircraft industry: Fuselages; Engines; Electronics; or Leather seats?
    Engines
  6. The English-Greek prefix 'peri' means: Up/over; Round/about; Vision; or Hidden?
    Round/about
  7. Which country occupying 47% of South America has states including Amazonas, Sao Paulo, Bahia and Para?
    Brazil
  8. A 'short corner' or 'penalty corner' features in: Ice hockey; Field hockey; Australian Rules Football; or Table tennis?
    Field hockey
  9. An anaesthetist (US anesthesiologist) is a type of: Atomic scientist; Astronomer; Medical doctor; or Sheet metal-worker?
    Medical doctor 
  10. Swedish amateur jockey Helena Stahl controversially did what to her horse after it was put down due to injury in 2015: Stuffed/mounted it; Sent its ashes to Mars; Made jewellery from its bones; or Ate it?
    Ate it
  11. The word pyjamas (US pajamas) originated from: JM Barrie's Peter Pan; Bengali/Persian 'leg garment'; Slang for 'prison jacket'; or Biblical clothes worn by desciples of Jesus?
    Bengali/Persian 'leg garment' 
  12. Radioactive decay of naturally occurring Uranium eventually concludes as: Gold; Oxygen; Lead; or Sugar?
    Lead
  13. Gleeking is the popular technical term for: Cracking knuckles: Scrunching knees; Stomach gurgling; or Spurting saliva out of the mouth from glands under the tongue?
    Spurting saliva out of the mouth from glands under the tongue 
  14. Religious Christian instruction - typically spoken fixed questions and answers - is called: Cataclysm; Catechism; Catatonia; or Catamaran?
    Catechism 
  15. Jana Gana Mana is, since 1950, the national anthem of: China; India; Russia; or France?
    India 
  16. What single digit whole number is the cube root of 64?
  17. The internationally significant UK organizations PRS and PPL which merged in 2016 operate in which sector: Renewable energy; Music; Travel; or Espionage and security intelligence?
    Music 
  18. The saying which alludes to a character in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and to the intoxicating effects of a trade glue is 'Mad as a (What?)': Carpenter; Hatter; Tailor; or Dentist?
    Hatter
  19. The 13th century legend of Lady Godiva, riding naked on horseback in Coventry to save townsfolk from her husband's taxes, featured/originated the notion of a voyeur called 'Peeping (Who?)': Paul; Tom; Dick; or Kevin?
    Tom
  20. When an entity/person disposes of significant assets, perhaps unwisely, to raise money, this is called 'Selling off the family (What?): Treasure; Silver; Jewells; or Children?
    Silver