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Welcome to your Check your Facts 21

What name was given to Germany's bombing raids against Britain in World War II?

Austenite is a “non-magnetic” allotrope of which metallic element?

At the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, who became the first female American gymnast to win four gold medals at a single Olympics?

The poet T.S. Eliot wrote, “_____ is the cruellest month.” Which month, the first of the year to have only 30 days was she referring to?

Tomasee is often mentioned as the official source of which major river?

The purlicue is the space between which body parts?

Which marine crustacean features in the seafood dishes named Thermidor and Newberg?

Which Swiss canton has the second most municipalities (309)? The first on the list is canton Bern.

The Meisterstück flagship line of pens, launched in 1924, belongs to which company, known for making high-quality luxury goods?

What is celebrated between October 31 and November 2 in Mexico?

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