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What name was originally proposed for the TV show that gained
fame as Judge Judy?
2. Which continent
is the flattest?
3. Who is pictured
on the bestselling U.S. commemorative stamp ever issued?
4. What did French
mathematician Blasie Pascal invent in 1655 while unsuccessfully
attempting to create a perpetual motion machine?
5. Why doesnt Northwestern
University's name reflect its location--in northeastern Illinois?
Hot Bench. Producer Larry Lyttle proposed the name
but was overruled by Judge Judy Sheindlin. The show first aired
in September 1996.
2. Australia. According
to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
3. Elvis Presley.
The 29-cent stamp was issued in 1993 on Presley's birthday,
4. The roulette wheel.
5. The university
was named for its historic location in the Northwest Territory,
not for its location in Evanston, in northeastern Illinois.
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