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5 Questions: NAME THAT FLAG

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Crayola means "oily chalk." The name is derived from the French words <em>craie</em>, or "chalk," and <em>ola</em>, an abbreviation for "oleaginous," or "oily."

Crayola means "oily chalk." The name is derived from the French words craie, or "chalk," and ola, an abbreviation for "oleaginous," or "oily."

Koalas do not drink. They get all the moisture they need from the leaves that they ingest.

Koalas do not drink. They get all the moisture they need from the leaves that they ingest.

5 Questions: HERE'S COOKIN' AT YOU

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5 Questions: 'Way "Down"

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5 Questions: WINNING WORDS

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5 Questions: Convertibles, for One

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Morning Cup of Links: Air Force Bronies

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5 Questions: IT'S ALL "GOOD"

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About 39,000 gallons of water are used to produce the average car.

About 39,000 gallons of water are used to produce the average car.

Pro Wrestling Finishing Moves

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Professional wrestling might be fake, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have real knowledge of how your childhood favorites finished their matches. Take our quiz to see how well you remember the end of exciting tilts in the squared circle.

5 Questions: Chopped "Liber"

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5 Questions: THE WALLY QUIZ

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The "black box" on an airplane is actually bright orange so that it can be easily found among the wreckage if the plane were to crash.

The "black box" on an airplane is actually bright orange so that it can be easily found among the wreckage if the plane were to crash.

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