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Old 03-31-2011, 07:28 AM   #1
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trivia 3/31

trivia 3/31
$1 Million in $100 bills weighs 22 pounds, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.

1. What is the name of the most famous french Mime Artist ?
2. What do you call a female fox ?
3. What was the first war waged by the U.S.A. outside its National Boundaries ?
(Hint; 1801 -1805)
4. Really Tough Question Dept;
Name the eight "Rocky Mountain" States..
5. What is Plastic Wrap called in the U.K. ?
6. We all know what we do around our homes that's called "landscaping"; but what in the world is "Hardscaping" ?
7. On what type of surface is Da Vinci's Mona Lisa painted ?
a. - Canvas
b. - Stucco
c. - wood
d. - plaster
8. How far can a skunk accurately aim its stinky spray ?

The maximum and minimum size for holes in U.S. - manufactured Grade A Swiss Cheese is set by the U.S.D.A. at minimum- 3/8", maximum- 13/16".
1. Marcel Marceau
2. a Vixen
3. The First Barbary War, against the Pirates of the Barbary States.
4. Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming
5. Cling Film
6. The addition of Decks, Stone walkways, brick patios, Retaining walls, decorative fountains, etc.
7. c. - wood (specifically, a solid panel of fine-grained white poplar)
8. 15 feet

......Previously, the holes, or "Eyes", had to be larger; 11/16 to 13/16".

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