Daily Quiz #3462
How does the World Health Organisation (WHO) define health?
Which country won the most gold medals for the Olympic Marathon, the first 25 times that it was run (1894 - 2004)?
The guild known until mediaeval days in London as the Fraternity or Guylde of Our Lady and St. Clement, still exists in the 21st century under what name?
International opera singers Heather Begg, Donald McIntyre, Kiri Te Kanawa and Malvina Major were born in which country?
Which Irish poet, playwright, author and renowned wit was the son of Ireland's leading oto-ophthalmologic surgeon, was married to Constance Lloyd (with whom he had two children) and was famously prosecuted, imprisoned and bankrupted for also loving a man?
What does the A stand for in the United Nations agency known as the FAO?
Mt Nyiragongo in the Democratic Republic of the Congo shares what characteristic with a very small number of other volcanoes?