Daily Quiz #2626
"Four Quartets", a set of four poems ("Burnt Norton", "East Coker", "The Dry Salvages" and "Little Gidding") published between 1936 and 1942, were written by whom?
What wine originated in the Spanish town of Jerez de la Fontera?
What is the British group of islands in the South Atlantic that consists of two main islands, together with 776 smaller ones?
In the acronym FMT applied to medical treatment, what does the "M" stand for?
Which US holiday commemorates either a celebration by Spaniards on 8 September 1565 in what is now Saint Augustine, Florida, the arrival of 38 English settlers at Berkeley Hundred on 4 December 1619, or the Pilgrim’s activities in Plymouth in 1621?
The main character in the film "Memento" (2000) suffered from what mental condition?
The World Games, first held in 1981 to provide a world forum for sports not contested in the Olympic Games, includes which sport - once an Olympic sport but dropped after 1920?