Daily Quiz #3983
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In England, what are Lloyds, Barclays, Westminster, Midland and National Provincial?
Which of these films is not one of Oliver Stone's "Vietnam War trilogy"?
At which university on 4 May 1970 were 4 students killed and 9 wounded when an Army National Guard unit fired at students during a protest against the US invasion of Cambodia during the Vietnam War?
Which city was founded in 1624 as a commercial trading post by the Dutch, who called it New Amsterdam, and was a nation's capital from 1785 until 1790?
In 2004, Eli Manning joined his brother Peyton Manning in playing in the NFL, both as quarterbacks. What teams did they play for respectively?
Where and when did the character Worzel Gummidge first appear?
Freckles, brownish yellow spots usually found mostly on the face, neck and hands are also known as …. ?