THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

My Wiki is Bigger than Yours: Part 2

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The first version of this quiz was a hit, so we're bringing it back. Below are ten pairs; it's up to you to figure out which wikipedia article has the larger word count. Word counts don't include links, invitations to edit the article, references or photo captions. And, of course, no editing the articles to boost your scores.

The State Nicknames Quiz

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Just how well do you know your states? Are you on a nickname basis? Let’s find out.

For Dummies. For Real?

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When you wander through the reference section of any major bookstore, it seems like the people behind the For Dummies guides have tackled every possible subject. While the series is certainly exhaustive, they haven't covered everything. Can you tell which topics are still waiting for the Dummies treatment?

5 Questions: "Pin"-Ups

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5 Questions: "Fair" Play

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5 Questions: NICKNAMES OF WASHINGTON WIVES

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The Sitcom Setting Quiz

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Some shows are inextricably linked with their settings, like Seinfeld and New York, or Cheers and Boston. But other TV families could have lived just about anywhere. Do you remember where these 15 sitcoms called home?

5 Questions: HAVE A HEART

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5 Questions: Want "Fri"s with That?

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5 Questions: THE MICROQUIZ

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Turtles often bury their eggs in alligator nests. The mother alligator guards her nest so well it ensures the safety of the unborn turtles as well.

Turtles often bury their eggs in alligator nests. The mother alligator guards her nest so well it ensures the safety of the unborn turtles as well.

5 Questions: DANCE, DANCE, DANCE

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Brain Game: Changing Suits

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5 Questions: Cheers!

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