THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Morning Cup of Links: Classic Art with Cats

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: Berry Berry Good

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Despite the name, catgut was never made out of our feline friends. It was originally made out of sheep or horse intestines.

Despite the name, catgut was never made out of our feline friends. It was originally made out of sheep or horse intestines.

5 Questions: Name that Jane

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The popular game Bingo was originally called “Beano” because players used beans to cover the numbered squares.

The popular game Bingo was originally called “Beano” because players used beans to cover the numbered squares.

5 Questions: Go Fly a Kite

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5 Questions: Counting Beverages

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5 Questions: Heck

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5 Questions: Reindeer Games

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5 Questions: "-ink" Blots

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Despite being staples of the Old West landscape, neither horses nor tumbleweeds are native to North America.

Despite being staples of the Old West landscape, neither horses nor tumbleweeds are native to North America.

5 Questions: Three Sides

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5 Questions: Oh, Very "Young"

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In late 1975, Regis Philbin hosted a short-lived game show called <em>The Neighbors</em>, which was a sort of a "newlywed game" for soccer moms. Each episode featured a group of five women who shared neighborhood gossip about one another.

In late 1975, Regis Philbin hosted a short-lived game show called The Neighbors, which was a sort of a "newlywed game" for soccer moms. Each episode featured a group of five women who shared neighborhood gossip about one another.

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