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Name Europe's Most Populous Cities

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We've done scores of quizzes over the years, so I was surprised to discover one that we missed along the way: Europe's most populous cities. Included are the 17 European cities (not metropolitan areas) whose population exceeds 1.5 million inhabitants. How many of them can you name in five minutes? Prove it!

5 Questions: CONTROVERSIAL COVERS

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Name That Language

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Anyone can pick out Spanish from French, or German from Italian. But what about Mandarin from Thai or Danish from Norwegian? Turn up those speakers and give our language stumper a whirl. Danke. Merci. Spasiba. Todah. Shukran. Gracias...

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Morning Cup of Links: Vampires in the Movies

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: REACHING A PEAK

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5 Questions: WITH A LITTLE FLASH

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5 Questions: We're "Back"!

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The Adventures of Pete & Pete: The Quiz

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In the classic world of mid-90s Nickelodeon, The Adventures of Pete & Pete stood above the rest. How much do you remember about Big Pete, Little Pete, and the other unusual elements of Wellsville?

Morning Cup of Links: The Best Pizza Cities in America

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: INITIAL OFFERING

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5 Questions: Tom-ato

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The Missing Links: Enjoy Your Meal

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5 Questions: ARRRRRR!

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5 Questions: Prussia No More

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J.K. Rowling invented Quidditch in a pub.

J.K. Rowling invented Quidditch in a pub.

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