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5 Questions: Wax Facts

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5 Questions: NOSTALGIC "TROUBLE"

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Corpse Cameo Quiz

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Addicted to crime shows? On the lookout for celebrity cameos? Think you can spot which show had their guest star turn up dead? Take our quiz and see how well you know the stiff!

Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.

Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.

5 Questions: Do You Peru?

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5 Questions: Operatic

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5 Questions: Ptake Pthis Ptest

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The average album length has increased from 40 minutes in the LP era to well over an hour in the CD era. Most double-album LPs can fit onto a single CD.

The average album length has increased from 40 minutes in the LP era to well over an hour in the CD era. Most double-album LPs can fit onto a single CD.

5 Questions: Designing Women

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The Bobbsey Twins

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The original Bobbsey Twins books may have been published a few generations before my time, but the series enjoyed a resurgence of popularity during my childhood. I loved the mystery-solving twins, who resided on my bookshelf alongside the Boxcar Children, Nancy Drew, and the Hardy Boys.

How well do you know the Bobbsey twins—all four of them?

Note: The image used for a particular question is not necessarily from the book mentioned in the question/answers.

When three-letter airport codes became standard in the mid-1930s, airports that had been using a two-letter identifier simply added an X to their code, which is why Los Angeles International Airport is known as LAX.

When three-letter airport codes became standard in the mid-1930s, airports that had been using a two-letter identifier simply added an X to their code, which is why Los Angeles International Airport is known as LAX.

5 Questions: Day 6: Geese A-Laying

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5 Questions: Still "Hold"ing

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5 Questions: Tom-ato

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While it's up to individual states to determine the color of school buses, most have been painted National School Bus Chrome Yellow since a 1939 national conference recommended it as the shade of choice.

While it's up to individual states to determine the color of school buses, most have been painted National School Bus Chrome Yellow since a 1939 national conference recommended it as the shade of choice.

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