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5 Questions: FILL-IN-THE-BLANK

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5 Questions: Alliterative Appellations

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A 17<sup>th</sup> century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

A 17th century children’s game called “dibstones” was similar to what we call “jacks” today, only back then sheep’s knuckles were used instead of little metal gizmos.

5 Questions: PHONE HOME

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The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

The creator of the iPod first shopped his idea (without success) to Philips and RealNetworks before Apple agreed to market the device.

Ten on Todd

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The name Todd comes from the Middle English word for FOX, and you'll have to be as sly as one to earn a winning score in today's Lunchtime Quiz. A score of 6 or better is a win. Can you do it? Prove it!

5 Questions: <em>Wards</em> of the World

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Brain Game: Step by Step

Sandy Wood

5 Questions: GRAMMAR SCHOOL

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Omar Knedlik of Coffeyville, Kansas, invented the Icee (also called a Slurpee, Slush, or Mr. Misty) in the late 1950s. The first flavor he offered was root beer.

Omar Knedlik of Coffeyville, Kansas, invented the Icee (also called a Slurpee, Slush, or Mr. Misty) in the late 1950s. The first flavor he offered was root beer.

Land O' Lakes

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The United States is indeed a land o' lakes. Expect a moderate score on today's quiz, as it may prove difficult for all but the most seasoned geography buffs. Your goal? Name as many of the 20 largest U.S. lakes as you can in seven minutes. Natural, artificial, saltwater, freshwater, doesn't matter. We're just looking for the ones that cover the most area.

5 Questions: "49" True/False

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