General Knowledge Quiz #439

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  1. 2. Triton is the largest natural satellite of which major planet in our solar system?
  2. 3. Which major battle of the Anglo-Zulu War of 1979 was the focus of the 1964 film Zulu starring Michael Caine?
  3. 4. What is the stage name the pop artist Robyn Fenty, born in Barbados in 1988?
  4. 5. Former footballer and 1995 Balon d'Or winner, George Weah, was elected in 2018 as Prime Minister of which African nation?
  5. 6. Which Chinese philosopher was the founder of the philosophical and spiritual movement Taoism?
  6. 7. Which city in Nordrhein-Westfalen served as the capital of West Germany from 1949 to unification in 1990?
  7. 8. Which Japanese football team did Gary Lineker play for from 1992-1994, and Arsene Wenger manage from 1995-1996?
  8. 9. Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) are represented by 4 species of echidna, and one species of which other mammal - native to eastern Australia?
  9. 10. Which lake in Siberia is the deepest in the world, containing ~22-23% of the Earth's fresh surface water?
  10. 11. How many Circles of Hell were described in Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy?
  11. 12. Easter Island - the Pacific island home of the Rapa Nui people and their moai (giant head statues) - is administered by which South American nation?
  12. 13. Which Austrian actor won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in both 2009 and 2012, for his roles in two films directed by Quentin Tarantino?
  13. 14. The Pitcairn Islands - a British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific - is predominantly populated by descendants of which 18th-century mutinous ship's crew?
  14. 15. Chihuahua and Tabasco are states within which Latin American country?
  15. 16. From which arid planet does Luke Skywalker hail from in Star Wars?
  16. 17. Which building in the City was the tallest in London from 1710 until as recently as 1967?
  17. 18. Which species of big cat - the namesake of a Floridian NFL team - is the largest in the Americas?
  18. 19. Agra - the home of the Taj Mahal - was the capital of which long-lasting empire, controlling much of India from the 16th until the mid-19th century?
  19. 20. Which US company is the largest in the world by revenue, and can also boast the largest private workforce, with around 2.3 million employees as of 2018?
  20.  Triton is the largest natural satellite of which major planet in our solar system?
  21.  Which major battle of the Anglo-Zulu War of 1979 was the focus of the 1964 film Zulu starring Michael Caine?
  22.  What is the stage name the pop artist Robyn Fenty, born in Barbados in 1988?
  23.  Former footballer and 1995 Balon d'Or winner, George Weah, was elected in 2018 as Prime Minister of which African nation?
  24.  Which Chinese philosopher was the founder of the philosophical and spiritual movement Taoism?
  25.  Which city in Nordrhein-Westfalen served as the capital of West Germany from 1949 to unification in 1990?
  26.  Which Japanese football team did Gary Lineker play for from 1992-1994, and Arsene Wenger manage from 1995-1996?
  27.  Which lake in Siberia is the deepest in the world, containing ~22-23% of the Earth's fresh surface water?
  28.  Which Austrian actor won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in both 2009 and 2012, for his roles in two films directed by Quentin Tarantino?
  29.  The Pitcairn Islands - a British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific - is predominantly populated by descendants of which 18th-century mutinous ship's crew?
  30.  Chihuahua and Tabasco are states within which Latin American country?
  31.  From which arid planet does Luke Skywalker hail from in Star Wars?
  32.  Which building in the City was the tallest in London from 1710 until as recently as 1967?
  33.  Which species of big cat - the namesake of a Floridian NFL team - is the largest in the Americas?
  34.  Agra - the home of the Taj Mahal - was the capital of which long-lasting empire, controlling much of India from the 16th until the mid-19th century?
  35.  Which US company is the largest in the world by revenue, and can also boast the largest private workforce, with around 3 million employees as of 2018?

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  1. 2. Triton is the largest natural satellite of which major planet in our solar system?
    Neptune
  2. 3. Which major battle of the Anglo-Zulu War of 1979 was the focus of the 1964 film Zulu starring Michael Caine?
    Rorke's Drift
  3. 4. What is the stage name the pop artist Robyn Fenty, born in Barbados in 1988?
    Rihanna
  4. 5. Former footballer and 1995 Balon d'Or winner, George Weah, was elected in 2018 as Prime Minister of which African nation?
    Liberia
  5. 6. Which Chinese philosopher was the founder of the philosophical and spiritual movement Taoism?
    Lao-Tzu
  6. 7. Which city in Nordrhein-Westfalen served as the capital of West Germany from 1949 to unification in 1990?
    Bonn
  7. 8. Which Japanese football team did Gary Lineker play for from 1992-1994, and Arsene Wenger manage from 1995-1996?
    Nagoya Grampus Eight
  8. 9. Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) are represented by 4 species of echidna, and one species of which other mammal - native to eastern Australia?
    Platypus
  9. 10. Which lake in Siberia is the deepest in the world, containing ~22-23% of the Earth's fresh surface water?
    Lake Baikal
  10. 11. How many Circles of Hell were described in Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy?
    Nine
  11. 12. Easter Island - the Pacific island home of the Rapa Nui people and their moai (giant head statues) - is administered by which South American nation?
    Chile
  12. 13. Which Austrian actor won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in both 2009 and 2012, for his roles in two films directed by Quentin Tarantino?
    Christoph Waltz
  13. 14. The Pitcairn Islands - a British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific - is predominantly populated by descendants of which 18th-century mutinous ship's crew?
    HMS Bounty
  14. 15. Chihuahua and Tabasco are states within which Latin American country?
    Mexico
  15. 16. From which arid planet does Luke Skywalker hail from in Star Wars?
    Tatooine
  16. 17. Which building in the City was the tallest in London from 1710 until as recently as 1967?
    St. Pauls
  17. 18. Which species of big cat - the namesake of a Floridian NFL team - is the largest in the Americas?
    Jaguar
  18. 19. Agra - the home of the Taj Mahal - was the capital of which long-lasting empire, controlling much of India from the 16th until the mid-19th century?
    Mughal Empire
  19. 20. Which US company is the largest in the world by revenue, and can also boast the largest private workforce, with around 2.3 million employees as of 2018?
    Walmart
  20.  Triton is the largest natural satellite of which major planet in our solar system?
    Neptune
  21.  Which major battle of the Anglo-Zulu War of 1979 was the focus of the 1964 film Zulu starring Michael Caine?
    Rorke's Drift
  22.  What is the stage name the pop artist Robyn Fenty, born in Barbados in 1988?
    Rihanna
  23.  Former footballer and 1995 Balon d'Or winner, George Weah, was elected in 2018 as Prime Minister of which African nation?
    Liberia
  24.  Which Chinese philosopher was the founder of the philosophical and spiritual movement Taoism?
    Lao-Tzu
  25.  Which city in Nordrhein-Westfalen served as the capital of West Germany from 1949 to unification in 1990?
    Bonn
  26.  Which Japanese football team did Gary Lineker play for from 1992-1994, and Arsene Wenger manage from 1995-1996?
    Nagoya Grampus Eight
  27.  Which lake in Siberia is the deepest in the world, containing ~22-23% of the Earth's fresh surface water?
    Lake Baikal
  28.  Which Austrian actor won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in both 2009 and 2012, for his roles in two films directed by Quentin Tarantino?
    Christoph Waltz
  29.  The Pitcairn Islands - a British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific - is predominantly populated by descendants of which 18th-century mutinous ship's crew?
    HMS Bounty
  30.  Chihuahua and Tabasco are states within which Latin American country?
    Mexico
  31.  From which arid planet does Luke Skywalker hail from in Star Wars?
    Tatooine
  32.  Which building in the City was the tallest in London from 1710 until as recently as 1967?
    St. Pauls
  33.  Which species of big cat - the namesake of a Floridian NFL team - is the largest in the Americas?
    Jaguar
  34.  Agra - the home of the Taj Mahal - was the capital of which long-lasting empire, controlling much of India from the 16th until the mid-19th century?
    Mughal Empire
  35.  Which US company is the largest in the world by revenue, and can also boast the largest private workforce, with around 3 million employees as of 2018?
    Walmart