Daily Quiz #1110
In "The Day of the Triffids", a novel by John Wyndham made into a 1962 film and TV series in 1981 and 2009, what affliction strikes most of humanity?
Which of these is a branch of health care devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg?
At what time of day does the church service called vespers take place?
Who wrote the book "Das Kapital"?
In which country are members of parliament known, not as MPs, but TDs?
Which library opened its reading room to the public in 1609, the second public library in Europe to do so?
Olympic gold medallists Paavo Nurmi, Ville Ritola, Clas Thunberg and Lasse Virén represented which country?