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5 Questions: Author, Author! Part 3

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By law, French workers get at least 30 paid vacation days each year.

By law, French workers get at least 30 paid vacation days each year.

Henri Breault, a pediatrician from Windsor, Ontario, invented the child-resistant medicine cap in 1967.

Henri Breault, a pediatrician from Windsor, Ontario, invented the child-resistant medicine cap in 1967.

5 Questions: "Return" Policy

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Organic Food Brand or Cult?

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Companies that produce organic foods may not have a lot in common with people holed up in a compound somewhere, but their names sure do sound alike. Can you tell which is which?

5 Questions: "Ile" Be Seeing You

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5 Questions: The Early Bird...

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The Statue of Liberty was named "Liberty Enlightening the World" by its sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, who fashioned the statue's likeness after his mother.

The Statue of Liberty was named "Liberty Enlightening the World" by its sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, who fashioned the statue's likeness after his mother.

The first Dunkin Donuts and the first Howard Johnson's were both in Quincy, Massachusetts.

The first Dunkin Donuts and the first Howard Johnson's were both in Quincy, Massachusetts.

5 Questions: That's "All"

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The letter "J" was the last letter added to the English Alphabet. Before that, the letter "L" was used in its place. "U" was the second to last letter added, and was usually replaced by V.

The letter "J" was the last letter added to the English Alphabet. Before that, the letter "L" was used in its place. "U" was the second to last letter added, and was usually replaced by V.

Arts Festival or Microbrew?

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When it comes to microbrews, it's hard to keep the names straight. Some don't sound like beers at all. So, the big question: Can you tell which of these is a beer and which of these is an arts festival (often where such a beer might be served)?

5 Questions: By the Way, Which One's Pink?

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5 Questions: THE YEAR 1974

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5 Questions: The Ol' College "Tri"

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