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How many of the 1,093 patents held by Thomas Edison were for
electric light and power?
2. What is the only
nonhuman primate native to Europe?
3. Which state is
home to the only public university in the U.S. that awarded
degrees to students in the 18th century?
4. What nursery rhyme
characters "sailed off in a wooden show ... into a sea
5. How fast can a
trumpeter swan fly?
424--almost 40 percent.
2. The Barbery ape,
which lives on Gibraltar. (Despite its name, it's a monkey,
not an ape.)
3. North Carolina.
The University of North Carolina, in Chapel Hill, was chartered
in 1789 and opened in 1795.
4. Wynken, Blynken,
and Nod, in the poem of the same name by Eugene Field.
5. Up to 80 miles
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