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5 Questions: It's in the Pudding

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5 Questions: Office Space

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5 Questions: Name That Soup!

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5 Questions: L_ver

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Salvador Dali had an older brother who was also named Salvador. He died at a young age before his younger sibling was born.

Salvador Dali had an older brother who was also named Salvador. He died at a young age before his younger sibling was born.

5 Questions: Five Easy Pieces

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Name the Athletes Who Made Sports Illustrated's Cover in Consecutive Weeks

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Jeremy Lin is on the cover of Sports Illustrated for the second straight week. This kind of thing doesn't happen often — while one athlete appeared on consecutive covers six times, only nine others were deemed cover-worthy in back-to-back weeks. How many of those athletes can you name in five minutes?

The "Crows Nest" on a ship (the basket near the top of the mast) used to actually contain a crow. The ships navigator would use one of the birds as a guide in bad weather, since they invariably flew towards land.

The "Crows Nest" on a ship (the basket near the top of the mast) used to actually contain a crow. The ships navigator would use one of the birds as a guide in bad weather, since they invariably flew towards land.

5 Questions: We're "Back"!

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5 Questions: "Panther" Power

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5 Questions: JUDGES

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Olympus Mons is the tallest volcanic mountain in our solar system. It is 14 miles in height!

Olympus Mons is the tallest volcanic mountain in our solar system. It is 14 miles in height!

Brain Game: Math Square #199

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