Daily Quiz #2761
In January 2009, what did global accountancy firm KPMG ask its 11,000 British staff to do, that was widely reported?
Which capital city is at the confluence of the White Nile and the Blue Nile?
Who was the only golfer in the President's Cup tournament held at San Francisco in 2009 to win all 5 of his matches?
Which of these titles, first used for Charlemagne in 800 AD, existed until the early 20th century?
What is a word for giddiness, often associated with a disease of the inner ear?
Which of these people was born in Palma, Italy and early in his long musical career was principal conductor at La Scala, Milan, from 1895 to 1908?
She was the daughter of a gospel singer, first cousin to Dionne Warwick, close to Aretha Franklin, won NACCP Best Actress for a 1996 film whose soundtrack which she performed which became the best-selling gospel album in history. Who was she?