More information: Saul of Tarsus owed his renewed eye sight to the miraculous effort of Ananias.
Answer: Epic Games
More information: Alfonso Ribeiro, former costar of "the Fresh Prince of Belair", filed a lawsuit against Epic Games, Fortnite's developers, over an emote dance that can be purchased in the game appropriately called "Fresh".
Answer: Grand Theft Auto V
More information: With an estimated budget of $256 million, "Grand Theft Auto V" cost more to make than many major motion films.
Answer: Vitamin C
More information: Scurvy amongst sailors was due to vitamin C deficiency caused by fruits and vegetables not being able to survive long sea journeys.
More information: Sake is a popular Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermenting rice in a process similar to beer brewing.
More information: Baloney is the colloquial name for bologna sausage, a type of cold cut usually made of pork or beef.
Answer: 12th June
More information: Valentine's Day is held on 12th June in Brazil as it is the eve of Saint Anthony's Day, a revered figure who died on 13th June, 1231 in Italy.
More information: Vampires, in Halloween, are perceived to be evil and love to drink the blood of human beings. They are also considered to prefer darkness and they are really scared of sunlight.
Answer: Jim Parsons
More information: After auditioning for the role of Dr. Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory", Jim Parsons was instantly cast on the spot because he performed so brilliantly.
Answer: Mother's Day
More information: Beginning in 1956, Mother's Day has been observed on the same date as the vernal equinox in many Arab countries due to the clear association between motherhood and fertility/Spring.
Answer: Danny Ainge
More information: As of 2019, Danny Ainge holds the distinction of being the only athlete in history to be named an All-American in football, baseball and basketball. He played for the Toronto Blue Jays for three seasons before entering the 1981 NBA Draft.
Answer: World Health Organization
More information: In relation to videogames, the WHO defines gaming disorder as "a pattern of... behavior characterized by impaired control over gaming, increasing priority given to gaming over other activities to the extent that gaming takes precedence... and continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences."
Answer: George Weasley
More information: Fred's twin brother is George Weasley. They were both born on 1 April 1978.
Answer: Saint Walpurgis
More information: Large parts of Central and Northern Europe celebrated Walpurgis Night in acknowledgement of the saint of the same name who was canonized on 1 May, 870.
Answer: 10 Yards
More information: The two end zones are 10 yards each, thus making the total NFL field 120 yards in total.
More information: Pharaoh was the official title given to the rulers of ancient Egypt.
More information: Crèche is also the word used for a model of the Nativity scene.
Answer: Serpent of Slytherin
More information: Harry mortally wounded the Serpent of Slytherin in the Chamber of Secrets.