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10/26/21

[Answer] Which is the largest city in the world by population?

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Which is the largest city in the world by population?


  • Tokyo, Japan:Tokyo, Japan, has a population of over 37 million people. This makes it the largest city in the world by population. The island nation of Japan is divided into provinces called prefectures. Tokyo is described as a "merged city-prefecture," and is further divided into provinces and regions. This sprawling metropolitan area consists of 23 wards. Tokyo has long been the largest city in Japan and has grown into one of the most prominent and influential cities in the world. Delhi, India, comes in as a close second on the "largest city" list with a population of over 30 million. Source: WorldAtlas.com



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[Answer] Which duo's last names are De Fazio and Feeney?

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Which duo's last names are De Fazio and Feeney?


  • Laverne & Shirley:You don’t have to be a shlemiel or a schlimazel to know that Laverne & Shirley was a television series that ran for eight season on ABC. The show was so popular in the late '70s and early '80s that on any given Tuesday night, almost half of everyone watching TV were tuned in to watch the show. A spin-off of Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley followed the lives of Laverne DeFazio (Penny Marshall) and Shirley Feeney (Cindy Williams), two friends and roommates who worked as bottlecappers in a fictitious Milwaukee brewery called Shotz Brewery.



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10/25/21

[Answer] Which sports car is named after a naval warship?

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Which sports car is named after a naval warship?


  • Corvette:The most common perception of a corvette is that of a popular sports car, but for marine enthusiasts, corvettes have been a significant component of naval forces across the world for decades. In 1953, General Motors unveiled their prototype of their new Chevrolet sports car, which was named after the Naval Warship called the “Corvette.” Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after this small and maneuverable warship. During the Age of Sail, these warships were smaller than a frigate, but larger than a sloop-of-war. They were the smallest class of vessels that could be considered a warship.



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[Answer] Which is the slowest moving animal in the world?

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Which is the slowest moving animal in the world?


  • Banana slug:Moving at an astonishingly slow speed of only 0.00023 meters per second, the banana slug claims the title of the world's slowest moving animals, barely beating out such critters as coral, sea sponges, and mussels, who don't move at all. Banana slugs are actually three different species of North American terrestrial slugs, all three belonging to the genus Ariolimax columbianus. Banana slugs are mostly a bright yellow in color with some sporting brown spots like a ripe banana; hence, their name. Some banana slugs have different coloring, however, such as tan, white, brown, or green. Source: WorldAtlas.com



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[Answer] By definition, a person studying campanology is interested in what?

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By definition, a person studying campanology is interested in what?


  • Bells:Campanology is the study of bells and includes how bells are cast, tuned, rung, and sounded. The word campanology is most often used in reference to relatively large bells, often hung in a tower. Paulinus of Nola in Campania, Italy, was reputed to be the first to have mounted bells on a church in the 5th century. Hence the origin of campanology as the study of bells. The largest bell ever made was the Great Bell of Dhammazedi that was forged in 1484 with a weight of 330 tons. This bell was lost to the floods of the Burma Rivers in 1608.



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