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5 Questions: On the Button

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5 Questions: THE U.S. FLAG

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Tuesday is the most popular day of the week for giving birth. Part of that factor has nothing to do with Nature and everything to do with hospital staffing; elective C-sections and induced labors are often scheduled during traditional working hours.

Tuesday is the most popular day of the week for giving birth. Part of that factor has nothing to do with Nature and everything to do with hospital staffing; elective C-sections and induced labors are often scheduled during traditional working hours.

Brain Game: Forever Blue

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5 Questions: U.S. NAVY RANKS, INSIGNIAS & UNIFORMS

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5 Questions: Dirty Dancing

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Through the first half of the 20<sup>th</sup> century, only one winner of the Oscar for Best Picture was filmed in color: <em>Gone with the Wind</em>.

Through the first half of the 20th century, only one winner of the Oscar for Best Picture was filmed in color: Gone with the Wind.

5 Questions: Happy 50th General Hospital!

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5 Questions: WEAR YOUR PJs

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The office cubicle was invented by Robert Probst in 1968. His original design was called the Action Office System and provided “a social kind of privacy” for the worker.

The office cubicle was invented by Robert Probst in 1968. His original design was called the Action Office System and provided “a social kind of privacy” for the worker.

5 Questions: Nummy Muffin Coocol Butter

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5 Questions: THE CUTTING EDGE

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The very first TV commercial was for Bulova watches in 1941, and it aired in the middle of a pro baseball game between the Dodgers and Phillies. The spot cost nine dollars.

The very first TV commercial was for Bulova watches in 1941, and it aired in the middle of a pro baseball game between the Dodgers and Phillies. The spot cost nine dollars.

5 Questions: Hey, Mac!

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5 Questions: CHARACTER FLAWS

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