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1. On 28 January 1887, in Fort Keogh, Montana, what fell from the sky, measuring 15 inches (38 cm) across, the largest ever?
2. In 2002, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated what was called the Golden Jubilee. How many years are in a Golden Jubilee?
3. Of these choices, where is the best place to go in the event of a tornado near your house?
4. Young children are often described as suffering from 'separation anxiety'. What does this common diagnosis usually refer to?
5. Which of these statements is NOT true?
6. Who was "little Lord Fauntleroy"?
7. What do the following have in common: forked, streak, ribbon, chain and ball?
8. What do a model of Ford motorcar introduced in 1964, a barrier island on the Texas Gulf Coast reaching from Corpus Christi to Port Aransas, and a WWII fighter-bomber built by North American Aviation to British specifications have in common?
9. Almost every person living of English descent is a descendant of which English monarch?
10. I'm sure the 16th US President would have approved: when an American optician decided to pay off the last $620 of his mortgage, which kind of hard cash did he use?
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