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The first Moon landing happened in the Sea of Tranquility; the second set down in the Ocean of Storms.

The first Moon landing happened in the Sea of Tranquility; the second set down in the Ocean of Storms.

5 Questions: KING ME

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Corporate Headquarters

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Sure, you know exactly where to go when you have a hankering for any of these companies' edibles, but do you know where their corporate headquarters are located? For each company, select the state that's home to its corporate headquarters.

Gordon

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Though it's rarely used, the word referring to half a computer byte is a "nibble."

Though it's rarely used, the word referring to half a computer byte is a "nibble."

5 Questions: RUN, RUN, RUDOLPH

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Morning Cup of Links: The Best Rock Movies

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Dogs who bark continuously can get laryngitis, just like humans, but not as quickly. Canine vocal cords are thicker and take longer to get irritated.

Dogs who bark continuously can get laryngitis, just like humans, but not as quickly. Canine vocal cords are thicker and take longer to get irritated.

5 Questions: FILL-IN-THE-BLANK

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A 17<sup>th</sup> century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

A 17th century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

5 Questions: PHONE HOME

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The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

5 Questions: Forever "Ember"

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