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  • 923 Aki Ra
    923 Aki Ra
  • 1766 Barron Hilton
    1766 Barron Hilton
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    543Savannah Cat
  • Thomas A. Edison seen here in 1929 holding a replica of his first lamp.
    Thomas A. Edison seen here in 1929 holding a replica of his first lamp.
  • 2824 Toilet Paper-It wasn’t until the 1930s that production techniques improved to the point where toilet paper could be advertised as “splinter free.”
    2824 Toilet Paper-It wasn’t until the 1930s that production techniques improved to the point where toilet paper could be advertised as “splinter free.”
  • An Icelandic tradition called Jólabókaflóð exists, where books are exchanged as Christmas Eve presents and the rest of the night is spent reading them and eating chocolate.
    An Icelandic tradition called Jólabókaflóð exists, where books are exchanged as Christmas Eve presents and the rest of the night is spent reading them and eating chocolate.
  • Singer Tammi Terrell, famous for recording and performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Marvin Gaye, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 22 after she collapsed on stage into Gaye's arms during a concert. Terrell died at age 24 after eight unsuccessful surgeries to cure her.
    Singer Tammi Terrell, famous for recording and performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Marvin Gaye, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 22 after she collapsed on stage into Gaye's arms during a concert. Terrell died at age 24 after eight unsuccessful surgeries to cure her.
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    900Kellog's
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    3306 Devil's Laughter
  • After giving birth, 50-75% of women carry fetal cells that persist for decades, becoming a part of the mother's heart, brain, and blood. Mothers can transfer these cells to subsequent children.
    After giving birth, 50-75% of women carry fetal cells that persist for decades, becoming a part of the mother's heart, brain, and blood. Mothers can transfer these cells to subsequent children.