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It took George Eastman, the inventor of Kodak film, four years to come up with a name for his product. He worked with his mother on it, and had a few rules for what he wanted: something short, something impossible to mispronounce, something unique, and s

It took George Eastman, the inventor of Kodak film, four years to come up with a name for his product. He worked with his mother on it, and had a few rules for what he wanted: something short, something impossible to mispronounce, something unique, and something that included his favorite letter, K.

On November 18<sup>th</sup>, 1913, pilot Lincoln Beachy did something that had never been done in an airplane before: he made a complete loop-de-loop.

On November 18th, 1913, pilot Lincoln Beachy did something that had never been done in an airplane before: he made a complete loop-de-loop.

5 Questions: Snake Eyes

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August is the month when most babies are born.

August is the month when most babies are born.

60s Band or 70s Group?

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When did this band/group release its debut album - the 1960s or 1970s?

5 Questions: Prime Numbers

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Karl Marx once served as a European correspondent for <em>The New York Tribune</em>.

Karl Marx once served as a European correspondent for The New York Tribune.

Who Won That Fictional Election?

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Before we head to the polls next Tuesday, let's take a look back at some of the better campaigns from television and film. Do you remember who won a variety of elections, from Bayside High class president to President of the United States?

We're looking for the ultimate winner, which may not be the winner of the popular vote. Some of the candidates may have withdrawn, resigned or died before taking office.

The Jaws of Life were invented by George Hurst, who was a mechanical engineer and auto racing enthusiast. He conceived the idea after witnessing an accident at the Indy 500 where the driver died because he couldn’t be extracted from his car in time.

The Jaws of Life were invented by George Hurst, who was a mechanical engineer and auto racing enthusiast. He conceived the idea after witnessing an accident at the Indy 500 where the driver died because he couldn’t be extracted from his car in time.

5 Questions: Summer "Stock"

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5 Questions: Ethnic Cuisine

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Both Madonna and Celine Dion are cousins of Prince Charles' wife, Camilla.

Both Madonna and Celine Dion are cousins of Prince Charles' wife, Camilla.

5 Questions: Moving "Van"

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On the week of April 4<sup>th</sup>, 1964, The Beatles held each of the top five spots on the <em>Billboard</em> pop singles chart.

On the week of April 4th, 1964, The Beatles held each of the top five spots on the Billboard pop singles chart.

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