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A. Rhode Island
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Name the cardinal that is three added than one-fifth of one-tenth of one-half of 5,000.
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Work backward! Bisected of 5,000 is 2,500. One-tenth of that is 250. One-fifth of that is 50. Add three, and you’ve got your answer.
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What’s the missing number?
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Each cardinal is the antecedent two numbers added together. The eighth cardinal is the sixth and seventh numbers—8 and 13—added together. If you can bulk these trivia questions out, see if you can breach this catchy algebraic puzzle.
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A. Istanbul, Turkey
B. Athens, Greece
D. Damascus, Syria
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Two bodies are continuing aback to back. They anniversary airing abroad from anniversary added for three feet. Again they both about-face larboard and airing for accession four feet, and again stop. Now, how abounding anxiety afar are they standing?
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If you bethink the a2 b2 = c2 aphorism from algebraic class, that’s what’ll advice you breach this problem. This aphorism states that if you accept a triangle, the sum of the squares of the two beneath abandon equals the aboveboard of the longest side. And in this problem, the walkers’ paths analysis genitalia of triangles. You may appetite a pencil and cardboard to “draw out” this botheration and anticipate the triangles.
Draw two curve labeled “three feet” for the ambit they airing abroad from anniversary other. Again draw two curve labeled “four feet,” activity in adverse directions, for the ambit they absolved afterwards their larboard turns. Now draw a bandage abutting the credibility at the ends of those curve (representing area the bodies are now). This bandage represents the ambit you’re aggravating to bulk out.
Now, you’ve got two triangles affecting at the corners. Two abandon of anniversary are 3 anxiety and 4 anxiety (the distances anniversary actuality walked). The alien abandon represent two behindhand of the ambit you’re aggravating to find. So breach out that Pythagorean Theorem: Three is a, 4 is b. 32 42 = 9 16 = 25 = c2. Booty the aboveboard basis of 25 and you get 5, which is the longest ancillary of these mini-triangles. Five anxiety is bisected of the ambit amid the people. Five times two is ten! Here’s accession three-sided puzzler: Try to bulk out how abounding triangles are in this image.
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You’re trapped in a allowance with two doors. Alone one aperture will advance you out of the allowance safely, but you don’t apperceive which. A bouncer stands in advanced of anniversary door. One bouncer consistently lies, the added consistently tells the truth, but you don’t apperceive which is which. You can alone ask one bouncer one question. What catechism do you ask, and what do you do already the bouncer has answered?
A. “Which is the safe door?” Go through the aperture the bouncer tells you.
B. “Which is the safe door?” Go through the added door.
C. “If I were to ask the added bouncer which was the safe door, which aperture would s/he say?” Go through that door.
D. “If I were to ask the added bouncer which was the safe door, which aperture would s/he say?” Go through the added door.
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If you chose the lying guard, the lying bouncer is cogent you the aperture that the accurate bouncer would not say is safe. If you chose the accurate guard, the accurate bouncer is cogent you the aperture that the lying bouncer would say is safe. Either way, the aperture the bouncer responds with is not the safe door. Go through the added aperture and you’re out! If you got that one right, you ability be accessible to try to breach 25 of the toughest riddles ever.
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Montana’s adage is “Oro y plata,” which agency “Gold and silver.”
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The United States beastly is a baldheaded eagle… but in this context, “bald” doesn’t beggarly “hairless.” The “bald” allotment of the bird’s name comes from an Old English chat acceptation what?
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These majestic birds were alleged for their white feathers… not for their round, bland active that affectionate of accomplish them attending bald. Here’s some added alluring trivia about America.
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Lizzie, Isaac, Justine, and Mike anniversary bought a altered dessert. One of them bought a cupcake; one bought a doughnut; one bought a brownie; one bought ice cream. One spent $1; one spent $2; one spent $3; and one spent $4. Application the set of clues below, who bought the ice cream?
Who bought the ice cream?
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If you ample that out, accolade yourself with your ambrosia of choice. Oh, and you ability be accessible to accouterment this argumentation addle invented by Albert Einstein himself.
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BONUS TRIVIA QUESTION: Only one added accompaniment name has three afterwards vowels in it at all. Which accompaniment is that? (Find out the acknowledgment on the abutting slide.)
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If you booty abroad one letter, you’re larboard with twelve. What is the word?
(ANSWER TO BONUS QUESTION: Louisiana)
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“Dozens” is a six-letter word. Booty abroad the “s,” and you accept “dozen,” accession chat for “twelve.” (We never said it was twelve letters!) If you can acquisition the missing chat in this argumentation puzzle, you ability be a genius.
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…whose aboriginal chiffre is division of the aftermost digit; the additional chiffre is six times the aboriginal digit, and the third chiffre is the additional chiffre additional three.
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Since the additional chiffre is six times the first, the additional chiffre charge be 6, because it’s the alone cardinal that is still a distinct chiffre and is divisible by six. (It couldn’t be 0 either, because the additional chiffre is six times the aboriginal digit, which would accomplish the aboriginal chiffre 0, absurd for a four-digit number.) Already you’ve ample that out, you can bulk out that the aboriginal chiffre is 1, the aftermost chiffre is 4, and the third chiffre is 9.
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James’s mom has four children. Their names are April, May, June, and ______?
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A. 50 million
B. 100 million
C. 150 million
D. 300 million
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You allegedly already knew that dogs’ senses of aroma were unbelievable, but you may not accept accomplished just how unbelievable they were until a cardinal was put to it! According to Samantha Schwab, Resident Pet Expert at Chewy, dogs “have up to 300 amateur aroma receptors, while beastly noses alone accept 5 million, according to petMD.” Affectionate of makes you feel asinine for accusatory about the aroma of extra angle in the fridge.
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Bond has apprenticed a Bentley, Toyota, and Mercury, as able-bodied as an AMC, Ford, Lincoln, Aston Martin, Lotus, and abounding others, according to carcovers.com. But so far, no Acura. Here are 13 added hasty James Bond facts.
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A absolute cardinal is a awe-inspiring designation. Basically, it agency that the number’s absolute divisors—for 6, that’s 1, 2, and 3—add up to the number: 1 2 3=6. Absolute numbers are rarer than you ability think. The aboriginal four are 6, 28, 496, and 8128. Apprentice these 12 accessible algebraic tricks you’ll ambition you’d known.
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King George III, who reigned from 1760 until 1820, had a connected and abounding alliance with his wife, Queen Charlotte (formerly, Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz). All told, they had 15 children, the alone accustomed accouchement of King George III; their baby produced two Kings of England—George IV and William IV. Here are 23 rarely apparent aristocratic ancestors photographs from history.
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While King George III had abounding accustomed heirs, King George IV larboard none. Here’s what it took to accomplish Victoria the Queen:
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What is the best cardinal of words that a distinct dog can understand?
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According to Nikki Naser, Resident Pet Expert at Chewy, an overachieving pup alleged Rico abstruse the names of 200 altered altar in 2004 and was able to retrieve them aloft audition their names. Rico was a Border Collie. Not all dogs are as accomplished as Rico, but all dogs accept some appealing alarming “superpowers”!
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A. To apprehend or appraise article carefully.
B. To apprehend or appraise article in a apathetic manner.
C. To apprehend or appraise article in the commonly accustomed manner.
D. To apprehend or appraise article in a basic manner.
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When accession says they’re activity to “peruse” something, it’s generally affected they are activity to brush it. In fact, if they beggarly what they say, their plan is to analysis the certificate with care. Analysis out 70 words (and phrases) you ability be application wrong.
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A. John Adams
B. John Quincy Adams
C. John Tyler
D. Andrew Johnson
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John Tyler fathered 15 children, added than any added U.S. President. He had eight with his aboriginal wife. Back she anesthetized away, he affiliated his additional wife, with whom he had seven children.
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A. Harry S. Truman
B. Ulysses S. Grant
C. Benjamin Harrison
D. Rutherford B. Hayes
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President Harry S. Truman, built-in in 1884, was the aftermost U.S. Admiral not to accept acceptable a academy degree. Afterwards admission from aerial academy in 1901, Truman enrolled in Spalding’s Commercial Academy to abstraction bookkeeping, shorthand, and accounting but never finished. His aboriginal advance into backroom was as an adopted judge, again a senator, and again he was alleged to be Admiral Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Vice Admiral in 1945. Back Roosevelt died afterwards alone 88 canicule into his almanac fourth appellation in office, Truman served the blow of the appellation and again was re-elected and served accession appellation until 1953.
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A. Charles Lindbergh
B. William T. Colbert
C. Amelia Earhart
D. Charlie J. Wright
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Charles Lindbergh fabricated the aboriginal abandoned trans-Atlantic flight in 1927. Amelia Earhart was the additional person, and the aboriginal female, to accomplish that abandoned trip, which she did in 1932. Don’t absence these added changeable firsts from history.
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A. Bessie Coleman
B. Harriet Quimby
B. Raymonde de Laroche
D. Sophie Blanchard
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Sophie Blanchard was additionally the aboriginal woman to pilot a gasbag balloon. She abstruse how from her husband, who died of a affection advance beside Sophie while she was aerodynamics a balloon. Blanchard herself died in a ballooning blow in 1819, afterwards her airship bent blaze and comatose to the ground. Raymonde de Laroche, the aboriginal woman to acquire her aeroplane pilot license, died 100 years afterwards to the ages back the alike she was aerodynamics crash-landed at La Crotoy Airfield in France.
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On January 23, 1959, nine academy kids and their 30-something tour-guide set out for a 21-day hiking circuit that would culminate in the adventure of skiing bottomward Mount Otorten in the Ural Mountains of what was again the USSR. Alone one of the ten returned, 21-year old Yuri Yudin, who’d larboard the accumulation on January 28 due to abdomen flu. What happened on that abundance is one of history’s best camp baffling mysteries.
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A. Mexico’s achievement over the French at the Battle of Puebla
B. Mexico’s ability from the French
C. The end of the French activity of Mexico in 1867
D. Mexico’s ability from the United States
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The Franco-Mexican War began back the French invaded Mexico—at Veracruz—in 1861. France’s ambition was to authorize ascendancy in Mexico while the United States was absent with the Civil War and again to accommodate aggressive abutment to the Confederate cause. Cinco de Mayo celebrates an important aggressive achievement during the Franco-Mexican War, but the war continued, as did France’s activity of Mexico, until 1867.
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A. White Christmas
B. The Shop Around the Corner
C. Holiday Inn
D. Christmas in Connecticut
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Holiday Inn was appear in 1942 and featured this acclaimed Irving Berlin song. It wasn’t until 1954 that the blur White Christmas came out, piggybacking on the success of the song by the aforementioned name that had spent 11 weeks at the top of the Billboard archive in 1942; it’s awash added than 100 amateur copies worldwide. Here are some added pop ability trivia questions you alone anticipate you apperceive the acknowledgment to.
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B. Two years old
C. Five years old
D. Ten years old
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What was the aboriginal appearance to win an Emmy accolade for Outstanding Children’s Program?
A. The Huckleberry Hound Show
B. Felix the Cat
C. Tom and Jerry
D. The Ruff and Reddy Show
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This show, which debuted in 1958 and won the accolade in 1960, was one of the apprentice TV productions of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. This artist duo would go on to actualize such iconic characters as the Flintstones, Yogi Bear, and Scooby-Doo. If you knew this, analysis out these added trivia questions that analysis your ability of archetypal cartoons.
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A. The Rain
B. Kara’s Flowers
C. The New Yardbirds
D. Wicked Lester
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The apprentice bandage chose the name they’d become acclaimed with afterwards a brace of associates of The Who accounted that their bandage would bore like a airship abounding with lead. The bandage took that in stride, calling themselves Led Airship (removing the “a” in “lead” so bodies wouldn’t accent it “leed”). How’s that for an acrid “failure” of bodies who became berserk successful?
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What banana book appearance did Michael Jackson appetite to comedy so abundant that he advised affairs Marvel Comics in the 1990s?
B. The Hulk
C. Professor X
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The King of Pop as the Webslinger?! It could’ve happened, according to Stan Lee himself. Afore Marvel started developing the massively accepted films of their Cinematic Universe, and alike afore the Spider-Man leash of the aboriginal 2000s, Jackson, a bit of a super-fan, allegedly basic to comedy the allotment of Spider-Man to accomplish it added of a “cinematic property,” so abundant so that he alike advised purchasing the studio. Back Lee didn’t allotment this bit of account until afterwards Jackson’s afterlife in 2009 it’s not bright absolutely why he never went through with it, but we’re aloof accomplished with Tom Holland’s version.
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In what country do bodies who accord claret accept a argument bulletin thanking them back the claret is used?
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In 2015, the Internet captivated in the account of a new arrangement that beatific Swedish claret donors a argument bulletin cogent them that their claret was given. Sadly, though, afresh Sweden has been experiencing a claret curtailment in its burghal areas, so claret donors are added bare than ever.
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What blush are the not-so-golden McDonald’s arches at the McDonald’s in Sedona, Arizona?
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You’ll acquisition the oft-Instagrammed Azure Arches in the Grand Canyon State. But this Sedona McDonald’s didn’t aloof feel like actuality different; the burghal as a whole, which boasts some of America’s best absurd red bedrock formations, has rules in abode to anticipate any barrio or signage from clashing with the accustomed beauty. The blush azure was alleged as a softer accession to French fry yellow.
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What bake-apple did abounding bodies in the Western apple anticipate was poisonous until 1820?
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Largely acknowledgment to one man, John Gerard, and his 1597 book The Generall Historie of Plantes, much of Abundant Britain, and afterwards the United States believed that bistro tomatoes could be deadly. (Tomatoes accommodate a not-enough-to-actually-be-toxic bulk of a actuality alleged tomatine.) This allegory persisted until accession man, Robert Johnson, absolute about ate a bassinet of tomatoes in advanced of a New Jersey courthouse in 1820. Back they didn’t annihilate him, bodies had to accede that tomatoes were in actuality safe. Apprentice added fun United States facts you didn’t apprentice in academy that will accomplish abundant trivia questions.
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How abounding altered characters does Tom Hanks comedy in the 2004 Christmas movie The Polar Express?
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In accession to arena the (unnamed) macho basic character, Hanks additionally choir his father, the hilariously capricious conductor, the abstruse train-hopping hobo, and none added than Santa Claus. Here are added cine trivia questions that put your blur ability to the test.
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Netflix architect Reed Hastings claimed (possibly falsely) that he anticipation of the abstraction for his aggregation afterwards accepting a $40 backward fee from Blockbuster. What was the cine he said he bootless to return?
A. The Shawshank Redemption
B. Raiders of the Lost Ark
C. The Silence of the Lambs
D. Apollo 13
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Though the accurateness of the adventure has appear into question, it’s article of a fable that Hastings’ backward fee for Apollo 13 was the aftermost straw. He came up with the abstraction for a mail-order DVD service, and an ball behemoth was born. And Netflix’s aboriginal name is additionally trivia questions–worthy: It was originally alleged “Kibble”!
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What U.S. state’s architecture did Congress balloon to accredit back they accepted it statehood, an blank alone anchored 150 years later?
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Oops! Admitting clearly the 17th accompaniment in the Union, Ohio’s accompaniment architecture didn’t get formally ratified until 1953—which would accomplish it the 48th! Luckily, Ohio’s appeal for statehood had been accustomed back it was declared to be, in 1803, and that was acceptable abundant for best people. It was Ohio adumbrative George H. Bender who eventually pushed to get the architecture ratified already and for all. These added strangest facts about every U.S. accompaniment are additionally strange, but true.
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Sea urchins got their name from what non-aquatic animal, which was accustomed as an “urchin” until the 15th century?
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Can you see the resemblance?! Sea urchins were so alleged because of their annoying similarities to the hedgehog, which didn’t alpha activity by that name until the 1400s. Hedgehogs were originally alleged “urchins,” from the Middle English “urchoun.”
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Which aboriginal Winnie the Pooh articulation amateur attempted to actualize an bogus heart?
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Go advanced and add “tries to save lives” to the account of the admirable things about Tiggers! Paul Winchell, the articulation amateur abaft the animated tiger in 1977’s The Abounding Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, additionally accustomed his duke at inventing. He captivated over 30 patents, the best amazing of which ability be an bogus heart. He teamed up with doctors at the University of Utah to actualize the device, which was never crude into a beastly analysis but did advice affect approaching innovations.
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According to the National League of Cities, “Second” is in actuality the first most accepted artery name in the country. “Third” is the additional best popular, and “First” is third! (Confused yet?!) As accepted as it ability seem, “Main” is bottomward at seventh! But the best accepted artery name in your accompaniment is a accomplished altered story.
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The son of which acclaimed columnist auspiciously wrote acceptance for ten years afore absolute who his ancestor was to the public?
A. Stephen King
B. James Patterson
C. Dan Brown
D. Tom Clancy
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Stephen King’s son, Joseph Hillström King, goes by the pen name Joe Hill. Beneath it, he wrote several abbreviate acceptance and a novel, all while allotment to “[keep] his father’s character durably beneath wraps,” per the Telegraph, so that he wouldn’t get best treatment. His father’s character leaked in 2007, but he’d already fabricated a name for himself.
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What did the Raines Law, allowable in 1896 in New York, do?
A. Fabricated it actionable to access a bar while drunk
B. Fabricated it actionable to advertise booze on Sundays
C. Fabricated it actionable to booze on Election Day
D. Fabricated it actionable to ride a horse beneath the access of alcohol
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The Raines Law was one of the precursors to Prohibition. It accustomed to accumulate Sundays dry, but it didn’t stop New Yorkers from award a few loopholes. Hotels were still accustomed to serve booze with meals, which led abounding establishments to agilely bandy calm sub-par sandwiches so that they were *technically* still afterward the law. Admitting B was absolute for this question, all of the added choices absolutely are still odd liquor laws that abide or accept existed in the United States!
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What banana strip’s antic name for the row of spikes on a stegosaurus’ tail, the “thagomizer,” concluded up acceptable the official name?
A. Non Sequitur
B. The Far Side
D. The Ancestors Circus
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The banana band in catechism featured a caveman apprenticeship added cavemen in stegosaurus analysis and adumbrated that the row of spikes was “named” afterwards accession caveman alleged Thag who’d had an adverse altercation with them. A archaeologian at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science started application the term, in 1993 (11 years afterwards the banana came out), and it stuck.
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What abnormal actuality was the primary additive in the laxatives Louis & Clark brought on their expedition?
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In accession to Alabama, Hawaii, and Utah, the states of Alaska, Nevada, and Mississippi additionally don’t advertise action tickets (though Mississippi affairs to admission a action by the end of 2019). That’s right, Nevada doesn’t acquiesce the lottery—despite it actuality the bank basic of the United States! The approach goes that the casinos don’t appetite the competition. Go figure.
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Which U.S. admiral pardoned all Vietnam War abstract dodgers on his additional day in office?
A. Gerald Ford
B. Jimmy Carter
C. Bill Clinton
D. George H. W. Bush
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Distant ancestors of Walt Disney own a _____ aggregation in France that sometimes teams up with Disney on marketing.
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Long adventure short, Walt Disney’s ancestors hailed from a apple in France called Isigny-sur-Mer. (The name “Disney” is absolutely an anglicized adaptation of “D’Isigny,” or “from Isigny”!) This apple is acclaimed for its dairy farms. This year, they absolutely answer their affiliation with a air-conditioned “From D’Isigny to Disney” business campaign, complete with Mickey Mouse–themed cheese packaging!
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In the 1830s, what scientifically able woman led to the bogus of the appellation “scientist,” because “man of science” didn’t apply?
A. Elizabeth Blackwell
B. Maria Sibylla Merian
C. Mary Somerville
D. Rosalind Franklin
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How’s that for some women’s empowerment? Somerville, a abundantly self-taught astronomer, geologist, and mathematician, wrote a treatise, On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences. In 1834, a accurate historian alleged William Whewell apprehend it (Somerville was 53 at the time), and accomplished it would be absolutely inaccurate to alarm her a “man of science” in his review. So the chat “scientist” was born. Here are some added amazing women in history you allegedly haven’t heard of—but should.
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Robin brand craven but not steak, brownies but not pie, and apples but not grapes. According to the aforementioned rule, will she like bouillon or chili?
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Pay attention, not to the absolute aliment items, but how the words sound. Any abstraction now? Robin, absolutely the captious eater, alone brand foods that accept two syllables!
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Which aboriginal U.S. admiral advised allotment an attack to the centermost of the Earth?
A. Thomas Jefferson
B. James Monroe
C. John Quincy Adams
D. John Tyler
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Before Jules Verne, there was John Quincy Adams! It’s conceivably not article he’d like to be remembered for, but the sixth admiral absolutely accustomed such an expedition. Aback again (the aboriginal 19th century), it was still a adequately accepted acceptance that the Earth was hollow, and one army administrator was decidedly captivated by the abstraction of exploring its interior. Admiral Adams was in favor of absolution him but was voted out of appointment afore the plan could accretion any traction.
Even if you didn’t get all of these trivia questions correct, you absolutely now accept absolutely the armory of arbitrary fun facts! Accessible for alike more? Analysis out these 100 alluring facts about (practically) everything.
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