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You Are One-Third Daffodil by Tom Nuttall
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The collective noun for owls is "parliament."

In Paraguay, dueling is legal if both participants are registered blood donors.

It is possible to donate half a liver.

A third of patent applications in America in 1905 were related to the bicycle.

The most expensive age of your life is thirty-four.

Seven of America's nine founding fathers denied the divinity of Jesus.

The average ratio between the actual length of a meandering river and its length as the crow flies is pi.

A billion seconds ago, it was 1977.

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