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Ratified in December 1865, the 13th Amendment finally & formally abolished this

slavery

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An app for this NBC competition show makes you the coach & asks, "Who will you turn your chair for?"

The Voice

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 In humans, the central nervous system consists of the brain & this long cable of nerves

 

the spinal cord

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In a Dr. Seuss book title they are paired with ham

green eggs

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On 7/11 participating 7-Eleven stores give away a free one of these slushy drinks

a Slurpee

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It's nicknamed the "Windy City"

Chicago

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In 2002, he became the third American president to win the Nobel Peace Prize


Jimmy Carter

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Phoebe & Max are brother & sister on this Nick show about a family of superheroes trying to fit in

The Thundermans

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For the most part, these are composed of dentin, which is harder than bone 

teeth

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"Black Beauty" is Anna Sewell's novel about one of these

a horse

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In January of 2014, when temperatures hit record lows, this natural wonder on the U.S./Canadian border became an icy spectacle


Niagara Falls

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Kids young & old like to hit the track in one of these

 

a go-kart

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This colony, established by Pilgrims in 1620, celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621

Plymouth

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The 7th season of this ABC obstacle course show had a "Tournament of Champions"--a solid idea--&, as always, made a big splash

Wipeout

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Over most of the body, this outermost layer of skin is about as thick as a sheet of paper

the epidermis

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"The Silver Chair" is one of the books in these "Chronicles"

Narnia

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The movie "Frozen" was inspired by this Danish author's fairy tale "The Snow Queen"

Hans Christian Andersen

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an archipelago

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After a 13-day siege & a 90-minute battle on March 6, 1836, this San Antonio mission fell to Mexican forces

the Alamo

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Brothers Chris & Martin Kratt cleverly snuck their name into this show about their animal adventures

Wild Kratts

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2 coronary these supply blood to the heart muscle

arteries

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A true story inspired Scott O'Dell to write "The Island of" these aquatic mammals

the blue dolphins

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Made up of ice, dust & gas, these space objects are sometimes referred to as "dirty snowballs"

comets

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Have some family fun traveling the country in one of these R.V.s

 


a Winnebago

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Before he was killed in the War of 1812, Zebulon Pike discovered a famous mountain peak in this state

Colorado

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Octavia Spencer's Nurse Jackson takes no guff from the young Ocean Park Hospital patients on this Fox drama

Red Band Society

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This spongy substance that fills the bones produces the body's blood cells

marrow

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"Anne of Green Gables" by Lucy Maud Montgomery takes place on this Canadian island


Prince Edward Island

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In 1999 perfectly preserved frozen mummies of 3 Inca children were discovered high up in these mountains

the Andes mountains

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It's often defined as a sensation of dizziness

vertigo

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