Daily Quiz #864
Which of these countries is landlocked?
Which single by the Black Eyed Peas released as the lead single from their fifth studio album, "The E.N.D.", was the group's first U.S. #1 single?
Marie Curie, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1903) and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911), was born where?
What are the first words of the US Declaration of Independence?
Which of these is a chemical released by one or more cells that affects cells in other parts of the organism, only a small amount of which is needed to alter cell metabolism that, in animals, are often transported in the blood?
Which ancient belief about the third finger of the left hand is the reason why engagement and wedding rings are worn on it in many countries?
Which of these became the highest-placed British dressage rider in the Olympics in 1984 with the horse Wily Trout, won the team gold medal at the 1997 European Championships with the British Event Team, and won the Badminton Horse Trials in 1998 with Word Perfect?