Qwizzeria Daily #443

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1. In geography, what name is given to a combination of a human settlement and a cultivated area (usually a date palm grove) in a desert or a semi-desert region?

2. What unidirectional flow of an electric charge went by the previous name ‘galvanic current’?

3. In the 1844 Lydia Maria Child’s Thanksgiving poem “Over the River Through the Wood”, what pie is referenced in one of its verses: “Hurrah for the fun! Is the pudding done? Hurrah for the _______ pie!”. Name this traditional Thanksgiving pie?

4. The Columbine High School Massacre was a school shooting and attempted bombing in 1999 in Colorado. The Columbine killers code-named their attack: “NBK”, an acronym for what 1990s movie?

5. What rich, sweet dessert bar resembles the traditional chocolate brownie but substitutes vanilla for the cocoa used in brownies? Its name shares with the long-running newspaper comic strip character. – PIC


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