Here we go again with our blooming…
Flowers Quiz

“The flowers that bloom in the spring (Tra-la) breathe promise of merry sunshine”, Gilbert said in The Mikado. Since flowering plants first appeared over 100 million years ago, they have spread to every continent, even Antarctica, where hairgrass and pearlwort grow. We hope our Flowers Quiz, with a glance at just a few of the more than 200,000 species, breathes the promise of merry sunshine into your day.

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The Salad Days Quiz

The onset of a Northern summer seems like a good time to bring you this quiz about salads. We invite you to cool off with a set of questions that takes you from the salons of the Waldorf Astoria to the fabled carrot patches of ancient Rome.

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Your Daily Question...

The X factor

Playwright George Bernard Shaw said, “Lack of X is the root of all evil.” Novelist Henry Fielding said, “Make X your god and it will plague you like the devil.” The French author Voltaire said, “When it is a question of X, everyone is of the same religion.” Roman orator Cicero said, “Endless X forms the sinews of war.” What is X?

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From our Noah's Flood Quiz...

All around the world

Flood stories are found in most cultures, from Greenland to Australia. Many of these are very similar to the story of Noah, including the earliest known written record of a great deluge. What language was it in?

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From our Definitions Quiz...

The answer is blowing in the mistral

Each year, southern France is buffeted by a strong wind called the mistral. It is:

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From our Science Quiz...

The shape of the galaxy

The galaxy we live in is called the Milky Way. It is shaped approximately like:

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