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5 Questions: If It Ain't Broke...

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Where's That Landmark?

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You've probably read about and seen pictures of all these landmarks and attractions, but could you find them on a map?

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5 Questions: L_ver

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5 Questions: "Tri"

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Is it Capitalized: Part II

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We've already put your knowledge of tricky capitalization to the test once, so here's another set of brand names, movies and even people's names. Can you tell which letters are capitalized and which are lowercase?

Remember, we're only asking about the official brand name -- you may have seen them printed differently elsewhere, but this is straight from the source.

The Plague of Justinian killed as many as 10,000 people a day at its peak in 541 before eventually migrating from the Byzantine Empire to Western Europe, where it became known as The Black Plague.

The Plague of Justinian killed as many as 10,000 people a day at its peak in 541 before eventually migrating from the Byzantine Empire to Western Europe, where it became known as The Black Plague.

The act of snapping one's fingers has a name. It is called a "fillip."

The act of snapping one's fingers has a name. It is called a "fillip."

Because it's growing about half an inch a year, a person climbing Mount Everest today would have to go 27 inches further to reach the peak than Sir Edmund Hillary did in 1953.

Because it's growing about half an inch a year, a person climbing Mount Everest today would have to go 27 inches further to reach the peak than Sir Edmund Hillary did in 1953.

“Pepsi-Cola” is an anagram for “Episcopal,” which some believe the drink is named after. But then “Britney Spears” is an anagram for “Presbyterians,” so we’re inclined to discount this theory.

“Pepsi-Cola” is an anagram for “Episcopal,” which some believe the drink is named after. But then “Britney Spears” is an anagram for “Presbyterians,” so we’re inclined to discount this theory.

Brain Game: Hanging Around

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After Tiny Tim and Miss Vickie were wed on TV's <em>The Tonight Show</em>, they had one child together, appropriately named Tulip.

After Tiny Tim and Miss Vickie were wed on TV's The Tonight Show, they had one child together, appropriately named Tulip.

Mary Ann really was prettier than Ginger, at least in beauty pageant terms. <em>Gilligan's Island </em>star Dawn Wells was beautiful and talented enough to represent Nevada in the 1960 Miss America pageant.

Mary Ann really was prettier than Ginger, at least in beauty pageant terms. Gilligan's Island star Dawn Wells was beautiful and talented enough to represent Nevada in the 1960 Miss America pageant.

A person from Nigeria is a Nigerian, while a person from Niger is a Nigerien.

A person from Nigeria is a Nigerian, while a person from Niger is a Nigerien.

Despite your mother's dire warnings, chewing gum doesn't stay in your stomach for years if you swallow it. It gets digested and disposed of just as quickly as anything else you consume.

Despite your mother's dire warnings, chewing gum doesn't stay in your stomach for years if you swallow it. It gets digested and disposed of just as quickly as anything else you consume.

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