Daily Quiz #3383
When was the National Health Service (NHS), to provide good free healthcare for all United Kingdom citizens, launched?
Which of these is a square-mouthed estuary on the northwest edge of East Anglia, where Norfolk meets Lincolnshire on the east coast of England?
Which Frenchman was a Franciscan, then a Benedictine monk, a teacher, a professor of anatomy and a priest, who wrote "Gargantua et Pantagruel", a huge comic narrative full of miscellaneous learning from the 16th century?
The line "It's the only thing that there's just too little of" is from which song?
Mercury, sulphur and salts of mercury and arsenic are discussed in ancient Chinese texts in relation to what?
With what were the names of Reinhart and Rogoff particularly associated in 2010?
What game requires 6 hoops and 2 posts set up on a ground around 35 yards by 28 yards?