Daily Quiz #632
What Royal residence in London, originally part of St James's Palace, was used as the London residence of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh from 1949 to 1952?
In rhyming slang, what is "to talk a lot"?
What law is "the volume of a given mass of gas at a given temperature is inversely proportional to its pressure"?
Where is the world's oldest surviving bowling green, with the first recorded use being in 1299?
Among the works of which English landscape painter are "The Fighting Temeraire" and "The Sun of Venice Going to Sea"?
Who was the first elected female head of state in Africa?
On the Isle of Man, the "House of Keys" is concerned with what?