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. What deadly nerve gas was named after its discoverers: Schrader, Ambros, Gerhard Ritter, and von der Linde? The gas was used in a Japanese subway attack in 1995.
2. In legal language, what term (reminds of selecting only ripest and healthiest fruits) is given to the act of pointing specific data to confirm a particular position while ignoring a significant portion of related cases or data that may contradict that position.
3. This dance music genre (made famous by Puerto Ricans) started in NY city during the 1960s and is the product of different musical genres such as Cuban, guaracha, cha cha cha, mambo, and other Latin American influence. What genre?
4. Started in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris Fisher, this American clothing company’s name points to the fact that it targets the younger generation and originally sold everything Levi Strauss made. Which company?
5. Famously known for her crime fiction novels, what one-word is the name of this 2014 non-fiction book? (PICTURE)
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