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Andrew Jackson was the only US President to have the national debt paid in full.

Andrew Jackson was the only US President to have the national debt paid in full.

5 Questions: "Har"vest Time

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Morning Cup of Links: Frying Eggs on the Road

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The white part of an egg is called the "albumen."

The white part of an egg is called the "albumen."

5 Questions: Happy Hangovers!

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5 Questions: "Curl" Up

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Prepare to Die: The Princess Bride Quiz

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Who doesn't love the classic film The Princess Bride? And who doesn't consider himself an expert on all things trivia related to the movie? Well experts, here's a quiz that focuses on the theme of death in the movie. Let's see how well YOU survive!

5 Questions: Clear as Crystal

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5 Questions: Deck of Cards

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Led Zeppelin Quiz

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As rumors continue to circulate about a Led Zeppelin reunion tour (with or without Robert Plant), longtime fans, as well as new generations, just discovering the band for the first time, anxiously wait, hoping, speculating, even praying.

Whether you love them or love to hate them, there's no arguing Zeppelin's staying power. How well do you know the band and the legendary songs they released? Get the Led out and find out with our latest lunchtime quiz.

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...

[Soundbites courtesy of Minnesota State University's Web site]

Name the Countries With Four-Letter Names

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There are ten countries whose names are only four-letters long. How many can you name in four minutes?

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