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Can you complete this popular English idiom? "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, ___________."
You got me, Charlie.
Shame on me.
Three times does it.
Shame on my dog named Shamus.
Which Latin word describes the kneecap in English and also serves as the basis for the name of a Spanish rice dish from Valencia?
There are people who call themselves CRONies. They hope to live longer and healthier lives by carefully controlling the amount of energy foods they eat. A CRONie will eat up to 30% less food than normal. What does the acronym stand for?
Control by Reducing Obese Nature
Count Replacement for Olfactory Norms
Calorie Restriction and Optimal Nutrition
Count Rebates for Ordinary Nutrition
What is the oath called that a doctor swears to practice medicine ethically?
Hip Pocket Oath
The words "peep-toe", "slingback" and "kitten" are associated with which of the following?
What word or phrase is used to describe a person who is capable of using either their right or left hand with equal ease?
Which of the following words means both a whale's tail or an unlikely event?
One and only one of the following words does NOT have to do with guilt. Which one is the correct answer?
The sun has set; you can see the turquoise, orange and lavender colors blend together in the evening sky. Soon, it will be dark. What is this very moment of the day called?
The Americans and Canadians call them suspenders. What do the British call them?
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