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Jack Webb, star of radio and television's <em>Dragnet</em>, was so closely associated with the part of Joe Friday that when Webb died in 1982, the Los Angeles Police Department officially retired Friday's badge number, 714.

Jack Webb, star of radio and television's Dragnet, was so closely associated with the part of Joe Friday that when Webb died in 1982, the Los Angeles Police Department officially retired Friday's badge number, 714.

5 Questions: QUIZ, BOND QUIZ

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5 Questions: BOX IT UP

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5 Questions: Happy 2010!

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5 Questions: BETWEEN THE BREAD

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In 1984 in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, the world's smallest dinosaur footprints were found.They were made by a creature no larger than a robin.

In 1984 in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, the world's smallest dinosaur footprints were found.They were made by a creature no larger than a robin.

5 Questions: BELL RINGERS

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5 Questions: Indiana Cities

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President Grover Cleveland's first name is Stephen. Grover is his middle name.

President Grover Cleveland's first name is Stephen. Grover is his middle name.

5 Questions: CHAIN OF FOOLS

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Dickens Character or Romance Novel Hottie?

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Say what you will about Charles Dickens (and I had some choice words for him during my second reading of “A Tale of Two Cities” in high school), but the man could name a character. Through puns, clever references or just plain nonsense syllables, Dickens made sure even his supporting characters were memorable, if only for their monikers. Almost nobody can match his naming abilities, except for the best (or is it worst) romance novelists.

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If you've been searching for another name for the nape of your neck, try "niddick."

If you've been searching for another name for the nape of your neck, try "niddick."

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