Daily Quiz #2672
Two of its cones are considered extinct while the third, Kibo, is only dormant and sports gas fumeroles. Which mountain is it?
The rights to which book, begun in 1768 by William Smellie and completed in 1771 and continually revised, were bought by Sears, Roebuck of Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1920?
For what sport is the Cresta Run, built in Switzerland in 1884, used?
Which of these is a temperate annual or biennial plant that is most often grown as a leaf vegetable?
The two carotid arteries in mammals carry blood to where?
In which country was Saddam Hussein President 1979-2003, being deposed and then hanged in 2006?
Who composed the music for the 1979 musical "Sweeney Todd"?