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Now, time to play today’s quiz, the 966th edition of Qwizzeria Daily. And, if you need questions (in the text) for yesterday’s quiz, scroll down.
1. Which fictional protagonist and hero born in 1866 (the only son of Rudolf Virág, a Hungarian Jew, and Ellen Higgins, an Irish Protestant) was inspired by James Joyce’s close friend Aron Ettore Schmitz?
2. This sports apparel company was founded in 1934 by the Humphrey brothers in Cheshire, with the growing interest in football being the inspiration. Nike briefly owned it before they sold the business to Iconix Brand Group. Which company?
3. There are three official capitals of the European Union. Brussels and Strasbourg are two of them. Which city is the other official capital?
4. This acid was discovered in the mid-20th century and got its name from the Latin meaning ‘a leaf’ as it is abundant in green leaves. It is also one of the essential vitamins. What acid?
5. Xeroderma Pigmentosum is caused due to a chromosomal breakage disorder that occurs in childhood, where exposure to light should be avoided. There is no known cure for it. In which 2001 movie does this disease make a prominent appearance? (VISUAL)
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