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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2010"

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THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. In rap slang, what's the meaning of "be geese"?

2. What U.S. government agency had a 320-foot-long ladder--the longest in the world--build for its use in the late 1990s?

3. How many sides are there to each honeycomb cell in a beehive?

4. What are the triffids in the classic 1951 sci-fi novel and 1963 cult horror film The Day of the Triffids?

5. In what annual sports competition is the winning trophy called the Claret Jug?

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. To leave--or fly away--like geese.

2. The U.S. Coast Guard. Its "debarkation ladder," which can be rolled up for storage, is intended for emergenices, when a ship's passengers and crew have to climb down to lift rafts from the upper decks.

3. Six. The hexagonal cells are molded from beeswax secreted by worker bees.

4. Plants--fierce, mobile man-eating plants that can kill with a single swipe of their poisonous stingers.

5. Golf's British Open Championship. The trophy, more formally known as the Golf Champion Trophy, is widely referred to as the Claret Jug because that's what it is.

 

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