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Thanksgiving History Quiz
No matter how you celebrate Thanksgiving (or if you do), you’ll never know when fast facts about the holiday’s history will...
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Thanksgiving Celebration Traditional Dinner Setting Food Concept
Mary Steenburgen
Mary Steenburgen, American actress who was known for her charming and gentle demeanor in a wide variety of roles ranging...
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Mary Steenburgen
The Black Death: Fact or Fiction?
Was the Black Death really spread by rats? Were the rich protected by shutting themselves away? Find out if you can tell...
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Small, white rat (genus Rattus) on a glass table. (rodent, laboratory, experiment)
Arecibo Observatory
Arecibo Observatory, astronomical observatory located 16 km (10 miles) south of the town of Arecibo in Puerto Rico. It was...
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Arecibo Observatory
What Do You Actually Know About the Internet?
You’re using it right now. But you have to take this quiz to find out what you actually know about the Internet.
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Internet http://www blue screen. Hompepage blog 2009, history and society, media news television, crowd opinion protest, In the News 2009, breaking news
True or False: Video Games Through the Ages
From Pong to World of Warcraft, from the Atari 2600 to the PlayStation 5—how much do you...
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Children playing video games with virtual reality headsets in Bucharest, Romania gaming technology computer kids boy girl
Taiwan
Taiwan, island in the western Pacific Ocean that lies roughly 100 miles (160 km) off the coast of southeastern China. It...
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Taiwan
True or False: What Makes a Pirate?
Ahoy, matey! You know how to talk the pirate talk, but what about walking the pirate walk? See how much you know about what...
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Pirate Ship leaving the harbor at the milky way sunset for a long campaign against the loyal marines on the oceans
Ghosts: Fact or Fiction?
Eek, a ghost! Or is that a ghost bat? Or a word game? Test your knowledge of all kinds of ghosts with this true or false...
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A child wearing a sheet for a Halloween ghost costume. Holiday Trick-or-treat
Diana Rigg
Diana Rigg, English actress who gained worldwide fame during the 1960s for her portrayal of Emma Peel on the television series...
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Diana Rigg in The Avengers
Can You Tell Which of These Things Were Named After People?
Which snack is named after a clergyman? Which nut is named after a politician? Find out if you can tell which words derive...
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Cattle. Cow. Bovine. Livestock. Farm animals. Pregnant brown and white dairy cow.
Hess's law
Hess’s law, rule first enunciated by Germain Henri Hess, a Swiss-born Russian chemist, in 1840, stating that the heat absorbed...
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Jersey
Jersey, British crown dependency and island, the largest and southernmost of the Channel Islands, lying south of England’s...
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Flag of Jersey
Berkelium
Berkelium (Bk), synthetic chemical element of the actinoid series of the periodic table, atomic number 97. Not occurring...
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berkelium
Quick Quiz: The Life and Crimes of Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid was one of the most infamous outlaws of the Wild West. But do you remember what exactly he was known for? Find...
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October 13, 2015- Photo recently discovered in a Junk auction $2 which has been found to be of Billy the Kid and his crew The Regulators. It has since been authenticated and appraised for $5,000,000
Errol Morris
Errol Morris, American film director, known for his engaging documentary portraits of both ordinary and extraordinary lives...
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Errol Morris
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