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What is the difference between a professor and a mosquito?

What do snowmen eat for breakfast?

What did one hurricane say to the other hurricane?

You may pass over a flat piece of ground whose name read backward or forward is always the same.

State nicknames: What state is the Keystone State? Beehive State? Wolverine State? Nutmeg State? Sooner State?

You throw away the outside. You cook the inside. You eat the outside. You throw away the inside. What am I?

There is a thing that nothing is, and yet it has a name; 'tis sometimes tall and sometimes short; It joins our walks, it joins our sport; and plays at every game.

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