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1. The line “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players” is from which Shakespeare play?
2. Etymology is the study of what?
3. What plant is the emblem of Encyclopaedia Britannica?
4. A hologram of which singer will take to the stage next year to perform her greatest hits?
5. The majority of Sri Lankans adhere to which religion: (a) Hinduism; (b) Islam; (c) Buddhism; or (d) Christianity? (Bonus point for naming what product Sri Lanka is the world’s second-largest exporter of.)
(c) Buddhism. (Bonus point: tea.)
6. “When You Wish Upon a Star” is a song from which children’s film?
7. Who is known as the Father of Medicine?
8. What is a polygon with three sides called?
9. How many years of marriage are celebrated on a silver wedding anniversary?
10. Andrew Fekete and Cameron Bancroft are members of which Australian sports team?
Australian Test cricket team.
This article was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on
Sep 26, 2015 as "Who is known as the Father of Medicine?".
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