Qwizzeria Daily #231

Five questions of the day, in other words, Qwizzeria Daily, a daily quiz where you get to discover new facts from the ocean of information or test what you already know.

Here are today’s five questions –

1. The Liverpool International Airport is named after which singer from the Beatles?

2. The Greeks called it gastromancy. What practice comes from the Latin for ‘to speak from the stomach’?

3. Milton Obote was a political leader who led his country to independence from the British in 1962. He served as Prime Minister until 1966 and then as President until 1971. He regained power in 1979 and went on to serve from 1980 to 1985. Who led it from 1971 to 1979, and which country?

The Europeans first encountered this fruit in Persia; the Greeks called it melon persikon, and the Latin name is malum persicum, which means ‘Persian Apple.’ Give the popular one-word name for this fruit.

5. Which Oscar-winning 1990 movie was made with a budget of $19 million and featured 300 horses, 3500 buffaloes, 250 Red Indians, 150 cavalries, and 48 speaking roles? (PICTURE)

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