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In 2006, Japan produced more than twice as many cars (9.8 million) as did the United States (4.4 million). America leads Japan in truck production, however (7 million to 1.7 million).

In 2006, Japan produced more than twice as many cars (9.8 million) as did the United States (4.4 million). America leads Japan in truck production, however (7 million to 1.7 million).

The Time George Takei Worked With Godzilla

Mark Mancini

5 Questions: Troy

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Cashews are always sold without their shells because the shell contains an oil that can cause a rash similar to poison ivy.

Cashews are always sold without their shells because the shell contains an oil that can cause a rash similar to poison ivy.

The first skyjacking occurred in 1931 in the skies above Peru. Two rebel soldiers forced the pilot of a Fokker F-27 to fly them over Lima so they could drop propaganda pamphlets onto the city.

The first skyjacking occurred in 1931 in the skies above Peru. Two rebel soldiers forced the pilot of a Fokker F-27 to fly them over Lima so they could drop propaganda pamphlets onto the city.

5 Questions: It's Greek to Me

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Two-digit Interstate numbers are designed to let drivers know the general direction of the highway. If the Interstate has an odd number, it runs north-south. Interstates with even numbers run east-west.

Two-digit Interstate numbers are designed to let drivers know the general direction of the highway. If the Interstate has an odd number, it runs north-south. Interstates with even numbers run east-west.

5 Questions: Are We Not Men?

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5 Questions: Who's the Boss?

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5 Questions: Forever "Ember"

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How did Curious George get to America? In the original book, George was captured in Africa by The Man With the Yellow Hat— by means of his yellow hat.

How did Curious George get to America? In the original book, George was captured in Africa by The Man With the Yellow Hat— by means of his yellow hat.

A Very Bury Quiz

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Love The Canterbury Tales? Is Marbury v. Madison the one Supreme Court case you remember? Did you actually pay to see A Night at the Roxbury in the theatre? If so, this is your quiz! Enjoy these twelve true-false questions about "BURY" terms and names. Good luck:

Name the Noble Gases in Just 1 Minute

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You've got 60 seconds. One rule: we need the name of the element, not the symbol. Good luck!

Brain Game: Not Itchy

Sandy Wood

Scents & Sensibility: A Celebrity Fragrance Quiz

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We all know that Britney Spears and Paris Hilton have their own fragrances, but you’d be surprised at some of the other celebrities who have dabbled in the world of rose hips and sandalwood. Of the following ten celebrity pairs, one has his or her own signature scent. Which one?

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