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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2010"

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THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. What country shed Communism in what is known as the Velvet Revolution?

2. What does a konimeter measure?

3. Which sport was being played and what teams were competing when the instant replay was used on TV for the first time?

4. What was the first federal building erected for public use in the United States?

5. What is corn smut?

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. Czechoslovakia, in November 1989. The popular uprising a week after a fall of the Berlin Wall led to the bloodless overthrow of the Communist government.

2. The number of dust particles in an air sample.

3. Football was the game, and Army and Navy were the teams playing at Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia on December 7, 1963.

4. The U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. That city was serving as the U.S. capital in 1792 when Congress passes the Coinage Act, authorizing the building's construction.

5. A spongy black fungus that causes corn kernels to swell.

 

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