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Welcome to your Check your Facts: 8

James Lewis was the first European to discover these ruins, which he illustrated and described in his book 'Narrative of Various Journeys in Balochistan, Afghanistan, and The Panjab.' What ruins?
Jaun (also known as Bellegarde) is the only German-speaking municipality of which Swiss cheese-making district?
In 1841, which Central American country became an individual sovereign nation with Comayagua as its capital? The authorities moved the capital city to Tegucigalpa in 1880.
As of October 2020, who is the only Nobel Laureate awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics twice?
Belonging to the family Fringillidae, these birds (along with canaries) were used in the UK, Canada, and the USA coal mining industry to detect carbon monoxide. (a practice now ceased). What bird?
Remote Control Productions, Inc. is a film score company based in Santa Monica, California, and is a large group of composers mentored by which famous film composer?
The London Athletic Club initially used this stadium until a new club was founded by an English businessman in the early parts of the 20th century. It has the distinction of hosting England's first day-night floodlit cricket match in 1980. What stadium?
By what pen name do we know the works of the English author, Madeleine Sophie Townley? She is famous for her 'shopaholic' series.
Which German's 1846 oratorio 'Elijah' depicts the events of the Prophet Elijah's life, as mentioned in the Book of Kings of the Old Testament?
Doctor's Associates Inc. (no medical affiliation) happens to be the parent company of what US fast-food franchise? It was founded in 1965 by Fred DeLuca and Peter Buck.

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