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Inventing The Light Bulb

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He had a bright idea
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Discovering Electricity Riddle

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He was shocked.
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Adams Rib Riddle

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Eve
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A Single Vote

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Rutherford B. Hayes
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Taking The Oath Riddle

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Lyndon Johnson
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The Most Children Riddle

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John Tyler
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Famous Pilgrims Riddle

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Their age!
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The Very First New Year

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Julius Caesar declared January 1 the start of the new year when he established the Julian Calendar. January was named for Janus, the two-faced god who looked both ahead to the new year and back to the previous year.
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The First New Year's Resolutions

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Around 4000 years ago the Babylonians were the first to celebrate New Year's. Their most common resolution was to resolve to return borrowed farm equipment in the New Year.
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How Can It Be True Riddle

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Ancient Roman numerals. IX - "Cut" it in half and you get IV
XI- "Cut" it in half and you get VI
III- "Cut" it in half and you get also III
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