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The Batting Stance Guy Quiz

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The poinsettia is named after former congressman and ambassador Joel Poinsett, who introduced the plant to the United States in the 1800s.

The poinsettia is named after former congressman and ambassador Joel Poinsett, who introduced the plant to the United States in the 1800s.

5 Questions: It's a Virtue

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5 Questions: City So Nice They Named It Twice

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5 Questions: Get <em>Back</em>

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5 Questions: Don't Hide It Under a Bushel

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5 Questions: Joy of Socks

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5 Questions: 08/27/08

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While you can buy mistletoe-scented air fresheners, candles and soap, real mistletoe has no discernible smell.

While you can buy mistletoe-scented air fresheners, candles and soap, real mistletoe has no discernible smell.

Did They Win An Oscar?

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One of the best parts of any Academy Awards ceremony is hearing established actors and actresses referred to as "Academy Award winners" and wondering, "What the heck? When did they win an Oscar?" as you rack your brain to try to remember for what film they could possibly have won the statue.

5 Questions: Mary Who?

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5 Questions: Cup o' Joey

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5 Questions: Wanna Bet?

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5 Questions: Para pants?

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The city of Austin, Texas, was originally named "Waterloo."

The city of Austin, Texas, was originally named "Waterloo."

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