Qwizzeria Daily #630

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1. What murder mystery play by Agatha Christie opened in London’s West End in 1952 and has the distinction of being one of the longest continuously run plays in history?

2. What cocktail was termed the “Drink of the Month” in Esquire magazine, December 1953? 1-ounce tequila, Dash of Triple Sec Juice of half lime or lemon, and pour over crushed ice.

3. This dessert’s origins can be traced back to the Austro-Hungarian Spanische windtorte. Germans took it to the US and called it Schaum torte and Baiser torte. By what one-word name is it known in Australia and New Zealand?

4. Born in Cairo, she witnessed her dad’s work in Education Services in Egypt and later in Sudan. Her interest in crystals came while she was 10, and years later, she was one of the members that led to the International Union of Crystallography foundation. Who?

5. This is the cover edition of which novel first released in 1985? It won the first Arthur C. Clarke Award, given to the best science fiction novel and later adapted into a TV series. (PIC)


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