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5 Questions: We're Movin' Now!

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5 Questions: Just Plain Jane

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5 Questions: Wanna Bet?

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What Movie Won Instead?

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The following films were all nominated for Best Picture, but came up just short. Do you know which movies won the Oscar instead?

5 Questions: U.S. National Memorials

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5 Questions: Training Day

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Name the 20 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America

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Each year, the American Kennel Club announces the "most popular dogs in America" based on the club's registration statistics. Can you name the 20 most popular dogs in 2010, according to the AKC? You've got 3 minutes. Go!

5 Questions: KC Celebration

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The Hudson's Bay Company (now known as "The Bay" or "HBC") is the oldest commercial corporation in North America, having been incorporated on May 2<sup>nd<sup>, 1670, by British royal charter under King Charles II.

The Hudson's Bay Company (now known as "The Bay" or "HBC") is the oldest commercial corporation in North America, having been incorporated on May 2nd, 1670, by British royal charter under King Charles II.

5 Questions: Infantile

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5 Questions: "Lobo"tomy

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5 Questions: Killer BB's

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Brain Game: Math Square #174

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5 Questions: Over and Over

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-40 degrees Fahrenheit and -40 degrees Celsius are identical. That's the point at which both temperature scales converge

-40 degrees Fahrenheit and -40 degrees Celsius are identical. That's the point at which both temperature scales converge

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