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51 Cards in this Set

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West Indies
William March
William June
William September
William January
monthly Bills
space suit
William March
William June
William September
William January
monthly Bills
overseas vacation
1. Tune
2. Tune
3. Tune
4. Chune
a change in fortune
made in China
ha rm on y
four part harmony
not in your right mind
water [H2O]
mixed blessings
unfinished business
one step forward two steps back
one way
look before you leap
once upon a time
1 = E. on a C.
1 = G. L. for M.
1 = S. S. for a M.
Eye on a Cyclops
Giant Leap for Mankind
Small Step for a Man
2 = H. in a W.
2 = H. of C.
2 = N. in a D.
Halves in a Whole
Houses of Congress
Nickels in a Dime
3 = B. in G.
3 = B. in L. of the R.
3 = B. in the H. E.
3 = B. of the U. S. G.
Bears in Goldilocks
Books in Lord of the Rings
Bones in the Human Ear
Branches of the United States Government
4 = H. of the A.
4 = I's in M.
4 = S. in a R.
4 = Q. in a G.
Horsemen of the Apocolypse
I's in Mississippi
Sides in a Rectangle
Quarts in a Gallon
5 = D. in a Z. C.
5 = F. on a H.
5 = G. L.
Digits in a Zip Code
Fingers on a Hand
Great Lakes
6 = P. in a P. T.
6 = S. in a H.
6 = T. Z. in the U. S.
Pockets in a Pool Table
Sides in a Hexagon
Time Zones in the United States
8 = L. on a S.
8 = L. on an O.
8 = S. in a O.
8 = S. on a S. S.
Legs on a Spider
Legs on an Octopus
Sides in a Octagon
Sides on a Stop Sign
10 = A. in the B. of R.
10 = C. G. to M.
10 = Y. in a D.
Amendments in the Bill of Rights
Commandments Given to Moses
Years in a Decade
12 = S. of the Z.
12 = T. of I.
Signs of the Zodiac
Tribes of Israel
27 = A. to the U. S. C.
28 = D. in F.
29 = D. in F. in a L. Y.
Amendments to the United States Constitution
Days in February
Days in February in a Leap Year
52 = W. in a Y.
52 = C. in a D.
88 = P. K.
Weeks in a Year
Cards in a Deck
Piano Keys
206 = B. in the H. B.
365 = D. in a Y.
435 = S. in the H. of R.
Bones in the Human Body
Days in a Year
Seats in the House of Representatives
1001 = A. N.
1440 = M. in a D.
1760 = Y. in a M.
5280 = F. in a M.

20000 = L. U. the S.
Answer >>> Leagues Under the Sea
Arabian Nights
Minutes in a Day
Yards in a Mile
Feet in a Mile
At a recent birthday party there were four mothers and their children. aged 1, 2, 3 and 4. From the clues below can you work out whose child is whose and their relevant ages? It was Jane's child's birthday party. Brian is not the oldest child. Sarah had Anne just over a year ago. Laura's child will be 3 next birthday. Daniel is older than Charlie. Teresa's child is the oldest. Charlie is older than Laura's child.
Mother Child Age
Jane Charlie 3
Teresa Daniel 4
Laura Brian 2
Sarah Anne 1
Name an ancient invention, which is still used in some parts of the world today, that allows people to see through walls.

What can this be?
A window!
I went on a trip last week. The traffic was moderate and the journey took two and a half hours. On the return journey, the traffic was similar, but I made it back in 150 minutes. How come?
The times are the same!
If you are in a dark room with a candle, a wood stove and a gas lamp. You only have one match, so what do you light first?
The match!
How can you throw a ball so that it goes a short distance, comes to a total stop, reverses its motion, and then goes the opposite way. You are not allowed to bounce it against anything, hit it with anything, or tie it to anything.
Throw it in the air.
Can you name four days which start with the letter "T"?
Tuesday, Thursday, today, and tomorrow!
A lily pad starts in the middle of a pond on day 1, overnight it doubles in size. This happens every night. If the pond is covered on day 60, how big was the lily pad on day 59?
1/2 the size of the pond.
An electric train travelled from London due North to Manchester, at exactly 60 miles per hour. There was a strong wind blowing from the East at exactly 30 miles per hour. In which direction did the smoke blow?
Electric trains don't produce smoke!
Which letter is last in the alphabet?
T: t is the last letter in the A-L-P-H-A-B-E-T.
What belongs to you but other people use it more than you?
Your name.
If a red house is made from red bricks and a yellow house is made from yellow bricks, what is a greenhouse made from?
Do they have a Fourth of July in England?
Yes: they do not celebrate it though! You would be surprised at the number of people whose first answer is NO, because they are reminded of the USA celebration.
What is so fragile that when you say its name, you break it?
Using five potatoes, how can you feed six children an equal amount of potatoes, without resorting to fractions?
Make mashed potatoes!
How much soil is there in a circular hole 2 metres deep and 1 metre across?
Forward I am heavy, but backwards I am not. What am I?
If you were to spell out the numbers in full, (One, Two, Three, etc), how far would you have to go until you found the letter 'A'?
1000: one thousand. Unless you in the UK when 101 = one hundred And one.