Daily Quiz #4461
What Australian company began as a saddlery business in 1856 and produced the first "Australian Car" in 1948?
Who is the lead character in the TV series "House"?
Of the eight golfers in the first Open Championship, held in Scotland in 1860, how many were Welsh?
London Bridge, bought for US$2.5 million from the City of London when the bridge was replaced in 1968, crosses a 930ft (280m) long man-made canal in Lake Havasu City in which US state?
What nickname was given to Ana Cumpănaş, also known as Anna Sage, who betrayed John Dillinger to the police when he attended the Biograph Theater in Chicago?
If the sides of a triangle measure 5, 13 and 12, what is the angle defined by the sides which are 5 and 12?
What were Operation Plumbbob, Operation Nougat, Operation Plowshare, Operation Sunbeam and Operation Dominic II?