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I'm putting together a playlist with the theme of "chronological order" (don't tell me my parties aren't fun). Given three lyrics, can you put the songs in order by their content? For example, a song describing events on Wednesday should come before those on Thursday, while a song about 1900 comes before one about 1950.

5 Questions: It's a Cyn

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5 Questions: HOLD THAT TIGER

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Name the R-S-T-L-N-E Presidents

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Today’s quiz was inspired by Wheel of Fortune. There have been 10 U.S. Presidents whose last names began with the letters R, S, T, L, N or E. Can you name them all in 90 seconds?

Lunchtime Quiz: Toy Story, Toy Story 2 or Toy Story 3?

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How well do you really know Disney/Pixar's Toy Story franchise? Tell us which of the Toy Story movies each quotation is from.

President Gerald Ford was offered contracts with the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions.

President Gerald Ford was offered contracts with the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions.

5 Questions: FEET FIRST

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5 Questions: EAGER BEAVERS

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Asperger's syndrome is named for Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger, who described it in 1944. He called his patients "Little Professors."

Asperger's syndrome is named for Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger, who described it in 1944. He called his patients "Little Professors."

Top Ten Ts

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Dozens of movies with one-word titles have become hits. Exactly 10 feature films with one-word titles beginning with the letter "T" have managed to break the $100 million plateau at the U.S. box office. How many of these 10 can you name in ten minutes? A hint? Two of them are from the 1980s, three from the 1990s, and the rest from the 2000s. The timer begins when you key in your first entry. Good luck!

5 Questions: WHERE THERE'S A WILL

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5 Questions: BUILDING A NEST

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There is only one president who was a bachelor, and that was James Buchanan

There is only one president who was a bachelor, and that was James Buchanan

5 Questions: Bedding III: Mattress Sale

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