Qwizzeria Daily #504

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Moving on to our daily quizzes!

Here are the questions for today’s quiz, the 504th edition of Qwizzeria Daily. And, if you need questions (in the text) for yesterday’s quiz, scroll down. In a way, 10 questions today.. I will post the answers tomorrow for the 504th edition.

1. One of Jimmy Carter’s final assignments was to ensure a transfer of $7.977 billion from twelve U.S. banks to Bank of England, London, to be transferred to Algerian central bank and from there to another country. Algeria was a diplomatic intermediate between the U.S. and which other country?

2. Oh! _______! is an avant-garde theatrical production that debuted in 1969 and in West End in 1970. Its revival ran for 5,959 performances, making the show one of the longest-running Broadway shows. The blank is the former name of an Indian city. Name the city.

3. In the 1980s, this company had 70% of the U.S. amateur photographic film market. Some of the products they had released are the Brownie in 1900, Brownie Hawkeye in 1949, the Instamatic in 1963, the pocket Instamatic in 1972 and 1982, the disc camera. Which company?

4. In Oct 2018, Mirko Tomassoni and Luca Santolini were sworn in as the two Captains Regent of which country?

5. Their products have become a standard issue to police and armed forces throughout the world. What company began as the “Volcanic Repeating Arms Company” in 1852?

Good luck!


1. The lush mountains in Madagascar’s northeast produce about 80 per cent of the world’s production of what commodity, one of the most expensive flavours. What flavour?

2. Faith of my Fathers is a 2005 American TV movie based on the 1999 memoir of the same name. It is a story based on the author’s experience as a POW in North Vietnam for five and a half years during the Vietnam War. Who wrote the memoir?

3. If .af is for Afghanistan, .qa is for Qatar, .aq is the domain extension for what geographical region?

4. In 2012, a red carpet was rolled out at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in LA to present the first-ever Golden Collar Awards. Whom were the awards given to?

5. This dress made its first appearance in 1832 at the Paris Opera. With time, it was steadily shortened for ease of movement and to show off the dancer’s legs. It made news during the 2018 US Open tennis tournament with Serena Williams wearing it. The picture is the pancake variety of this which dress? PIC


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