Herald afternoon quiz: March 21
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In what decade was Sprite introduced to the United States as a competitor to 7 Up?
What Australian town was briefly known as Batmania after its European founder, John Batman?
What actor plays Raymond Reddington in the TV series The Blacklist?
In what year did the International Monetary Fund (IMF) come into formal existence?
Pollex is the medical Latin-English noun for what body part?
"This above all: to thine own self be true" is a quote from what Shakespeare play?
The Merchant of Venice
The modern game of tennis originated in what British town?
How many Academy Awards did the 1964 film My Fair Lady win?
Which New Zealand band has postponed the rest of their European tour due to the COVID-19 outbreak?
Fat Freddy's Drop
How many pairs of spinal nerves are there in the human body?
March 21 afternoon
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