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In the early stage version of <em>The Wizard of Oz</em>, Toto was replaced by a cow named Imogene.

In the early stage version of The Wizard of Oz, Toto was replaced by a cow named Imogene.

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In 1835, John Wilkes Booth’s father Junius threatened to kill President Andrew Jackson.

In 1835, John Wilkes Booth’s father Junius threatened to kill President Andrew Jackson.

Local lore in Saint Louis claims that Cary Grant started the trend of placing a mint on a pillow. In an attempt to woo a lady, he had the bell hop let him into her room and place a mint on a pillow with a calling card.

Local lore in Saint Louis claims that Cary Grant started the trend of placing a mint on a pillow. In an attempt to woo a lady, he had the bell hop let him into her room and place a mint on a pillow with a calling card.

5 Questions: The Wonder of Wonderland

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Brain Game: Math Square #186

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The Ford Falcon was discontinued in the U.S. in 1971 but was redesigned and produced throughout Argentina in 1991. It was known there as the official vehicle of the military junta.

The Ford Falcon was discontinued in the U.S. in 1971 but was redesigned and produced throughout Argentina in 1991. It was known there as the official vehicle of the military junta.

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