Daily Quiz #3529
What spirit is traditionally made from maize grain, flavoured with juniper berries?
In the 19th century in Europe, cubebs, known as Piper cubeba, tailed pepper, or Java pepper, were thought to be possibly a useful medicine in the treatment of what?
Which city has "areas" called Burdiehouse, Clermiston, Corstorphine, Dumbiedykes, The Grange, Haymarket, Hermiston, Holyrood, Inverleith, Jock's Lodge, Leith, Meadowbank, Murrayfield, Oxgangs, Pilrig, Portobello, Riccarton, Shandon and Tynecastle?
Which 1952 film, directed by Vittorio de Sica, was about a penniless old man (played by Carlo Battisti) and his dog, Flick?
Who wrote "The Prince and the Pauper" and "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"?
When was the Heian period in Japan, named after the imperial city at the time (modern Kyoto)?
Why did the International Olympics Committee ban Russian athletes from competing under the Russian flag at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil?