||In humans, what is the medical term for night blindness, the inability to see in dim light or at night?
|| ‘My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains, My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk’ are the opening lines of which poem?
||Ode to a Nightingale
||Rosaria, Mendoza and Salta are all cities in which South American country?
||Who became US President in March 1801?
||Which three actors played ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ in the 1966 film?
||Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Eli Wallach
||In humans, Vrolik disease affects which part of the body?
||The ‘Fashoda Incident’ of 1898 was the climax of imperial territorial disputes between the Britain and France in which country?
||Which American author’s last two words on his deathbed were ‘Moose’ and ‘Indian’?
||Henry David Thoreau
||In which year did Barbados join The Commonwealth?
||The Pasig and Marikina Rivers are in which Asian country?
||In religion, what are the Zoroastrian books of Sacred Texts called?
||The Duke of Monmouth, who was executed in 1685 after leading a rebellion against King James II, was the illegitimate son of which monarch?
||King Charles II
||Who was the host of the first two series of the UK television panel game show ‘Odd One In’?
|| ‘Ocimum citriodorum’ is the Latin name for which herb?
||Slivovitz is a type of brandy made from which fruit?
||Which football team did Gordon Banks play for prior to Leicester City?
||What is the common single-celled green algae which is responsible for turning stagnant water an opaque green?
||St Wenceslas Day is celebrated in the Czech Republic during which month of the year?
||September – 28th
||How many countries border Turkey?
||Amychophobia is the abnormal fear of being what?
||Scratched or clawed