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5 Questions: Give 'em Enough Rope

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5 Questions: Hers and Hers and His

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Brain Game: Dropping the County Line

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5 Questions: In the Beginning...

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5 Questions: A Taste of "Honey"

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5 Questions: Dolly, Jane and Lily

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5 Questions: By the Hundreds

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5 Questions: Your Gold Medal

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The metal band that joins the eraser to a pencil is a called a "ferrule." It is also the same name of the metal band at the end of a cane.

The metal band that joins the eraser to a pencil is a called a "ferrule." It is also the same name of the metal band at the end of a cane.

5 Questions: How Olf-ful

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Marvel or DC?

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The entertainment world has been abuzz lately with the news that Disney is purchasing the Marvel Comics group. The most popular heroes of the past 75 years have appeared under either the Marvel imprint or the brand's key competition, DC. Comic book fans will know which is which, but casual readers may have a more difficult time. Can you identify the main publisher behind each of these 20 comic book heroes? Good luck!

5 Questions: A Rib-Tickling Quiz

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5 Questions: On the Road

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Stephen Perry patented his idea for the rubber band in 1845. The London businessman came up with the invention after Charles Goodyear introduced rubber to the world in 1839.

Stephen Perry patented his idea for the rubber band in 1845. The London businessman came up with the invention after Charles Goodyear introduced rubber to the world in 1839.

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