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5 Questions: Nose to the Millstone

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5 Questions: Get Over It

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5 Questions: Va-"Moose"

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Morning Cup of Links: What's Happening to Etsy?

Miss Cellania

Before Pixar settled on <em>Toy Story</em>, other names suggested include <em>Made in Taiwan</em>, <em>Moving Buddies</em>, and <em>Toyz in the Hood</em>.

Before Pixar settled on Toy Story, other names suggested include Made in Taiwan, Moving Buddies, and Toyz in the Hood.

5 Questions: Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho...

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Brain Game: Fun with Flags, Episode 17

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30 Teams, 5 Minutes: An NHL Challenge

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Your task is simple: Key in the team names (not the cities or states, just the team names) of the current 30 NHL teams within five minutes. You can use upper case, lower case, or proper case if you're feeling jaunty. The clock starts when you key in your first answer. Good luck!

Back in the USSR

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Despite the USSR's clout and the pressure of the Cold War, few Americans could name the nation's leaders (and fewer still could spell them). In this quiz, you'll provide the last names of the 8 men who ran the USSR from its formation in 1917, and the 3 men who've headed the Russian Federation since then. Can you work out the spellings before the 10-minute timer runs out?

5 Questions: Pete and Repeat

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5 Questions: A Sandy Quiz

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5 Questions: Isn't It a P"ity"?

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5 Questions: It's on My Mind

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The Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest continuously occupied public (and municipal) building in the United States. It was built in 1610.

The Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest continuously occupied public (and municipal) building in the United States. It was built in 1610.

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