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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2010"

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THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. Parts of which U.S. president's vertebrae have been exhibited at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington D.C.?

2. How did Hg end up as a chemical symbol for mercury?

3. What celebrity's 1969 autobiography is titled I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow... 'Cause I Get Better-Looking Every Day?

4. For what use was the synthetic fiber Kevlar originally developed?

5. What do we call the area along the New England coast that Captain John Smith, the English explorer, named Tragabigzanda in 1614?

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. James A. Garfield's. The museum has displayed three of his vertebrae, showing the path taken by the bullet fired into his back by assassin Charles Guiteau in July 1881.

2. Hg is an abbreviation of mercury's Latin name, hydrargyrum, which means "liquid silver."

3. Football star Joe Namath's.

4. To replace steel in radial tired. Kevlar, which is stronger and lighter than steel, meant lighter tires and more fuel-efficient vehicles.

5. Cape Ann.

 

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