Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
What book was published by Florence Nightingale in 1860?
Where was the Year of the Great Stink (1858) which led to the installation of an efficient underground sewage system?
What was the first National lottery held in England intended to raise money for?
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What nest at Sandy Cape, the most northern point on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, Australia................
What is the second longest named river in the USA, which runs from Lake Itasca, Minnesota, to the Gulf of Mexico?
When did the first underground segment of the New York City Subway open, connecting New York City Hall with Harlem?
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Which country, once part of the Republic of Gran Colombia under Simon Bolivar, became independent in 1830...............
I am usually seen at Christmas, but I am not a stocking or a bell.
I am red and white in colour and shaped a bit like the letter L.
What am I?
Usually red in color, small in size
I am often seen by city eyes.
I make up structures very tall
I could make up offices and a wall.
I am usually made of clay
Laid in mortar pale and gray.
What am I?
I usually am white or yellow,
Used as a tool by every fellow,
Primarily, used for cutting and grinding,
If slightly damaged, I am repaired with filling.
When broken, I am either capped or removed.
I can be red or green or yellow. I'll help you stay a healthy fellow. Inside, I am white; I do not emit light. But if you look just right, I hold a star. What am I?
Whilst my body is usually made from wood,
I have keys that don't unlock doors,
and a bell that does not ring.
Moreover, I cannot speak without the help of a single piece of cane.
I am always trapped in a glass cage.
I usually just sit at the bottom of the cage,
But I climb higher when I get hotter &
Climb down when things get cooler.
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