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Some people have agoraphobia. What is an agora?
Which very popular class of organic compounds is characterized by
at least one hydroxyl group attached to a carbon atom that is then attached to three more atoms?
It sold for $3 in 1959, but if you have one that is NRFB, it would
be worth thousands of dollars. What is it?
A Viennese professor named Emmanuel Herrmann is credited with
inventing this in 1869, and devotees of deltiology collect it. What?
Peter Durand patented the tin can in 1810. How long did it take
after that for Ezra Warner to patent the can opener?
By what name do we better know Robert Stroud, a self-taught
ornithology expert convicted of manslaughter after killing a bartender in Alaska?
They wouldn't be a great vacation spot. Where are the islets of
This company's cursive script logo supposedly depicts a man
snorting cocaine. Or maybe it encodes an anti-Islamic message in Arabic. Or maybe it's just a darn logo. What
company is this?
In the 1990s song, which of these was Right Said Fred not too sexy
for - His own skin, Milan or His cat?
What is the last letter in the 12-letter Hawaiian alphabet?
For what team did Tom Dempsey, born without a right hand or any
right toes, kick a record 63-yard field goal in 1970?
To protect it from theft, the 3106-carat Cullinan Diamond was sent
by regular parcel post with a simple three-shilling stamp ... while elaborate precautions protected an empty
decoy box. Who was the diamond being sent to?
Who was Edith Bunker's wealthy liberal cousin from Tuckahoe, New
Assuming that the Prince of Wales doesn't change his name when he
becomes king, what will the English call him?
Once called "the land of rabbits" by Roman geographer Strabo, what
country's name may come from the Punic word for "rabbit"?
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