Daily Quiz #4219
Geoffrey Esper and Joey Chestnut are well-known names in the US in what sport?
The small island (57.4 sq. km) of São Vicente, the most densely populated island in Brazil, houses part of the city of São Vicente as well as part of what other city and a container port of the same name, the busiest in Latin America?
What word's original meaning was to do with the laying of granite chips on the ground and then making it into a hard and smooth surface using a roller?
In 1896 French engineer and scientist Henri Becquerel identified radioactivity while observing what?
Eau Rouge, Raidillon, La Source, Blanchimont and Bus Stop are features of a venue for what sport?
Which of these buildings used to be a Paris prison?
The book "A Kestrel for a Knave" by Barry Hines was the basis for which 1969 film?