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Diane Hall is better known as Diane Keaton

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1. What is the only English word how to trade binary options ending in the letters "mt"?

2. Who was the first black person to become a chief pilot for a United States airline?

3. What do butterflies use to taste?

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1. What was the original name of Yahoo?
A. Jerry's Guide To The World Wide Web

2. What are the four states that have the name of a U.S. president in the name of their state capital?
A. Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin. The capitals are: Jackson, Mississippi; Jefferson City, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska and Madison, Wisconsin

3. Which United States president made the most chief justice appointments?
A. George Washington with 3. They were John Jay, John Rutledge and Oliver Ellsworth

4. How many ways are there to make change for a dollar?
A. 273

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Other than a mystery guest, who was the only person to appear 3 times as a contestant on the original What's My Line?

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Who was the first NFL football player to receive a touchdown pass that was called a Hail Mary?
Drew Pearson of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1975 NFC Championship game. Quarterback Roger Staubach threw the touchdown pass and he was the first person to refer to such a pass as a "Hail Mary."

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