Category: Briefs

Briefs

Season’s Greetings

“Daffodils are one of the few flowers that can survive without water once they have been cut, meaning they can be transported using the same cold-chain

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Fax Folk

Fax Folk As German’s new Chancellor, Otto Scholz finally takes over from Angela Merkel, he has much work to do in modernising the German economy.

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Just Whistle

In 2012, the publication, Psychology Today asked “When and Why Did People Stop Whistling?” Classical whistling seems to have been a much-sought-after accomplishment in pre-1914 Vienna. “Hitler”,

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Think Twice

A bat and ball cost $1.10, and the bat costs a dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?    Source: Thinking Fast

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Le Big Mac

France continues to retain its reputation as the food capital of the world, but the country’s biggest restaurant business is McDonalds which sells one million

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Keep smiling; keep reading

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”  Source: George RR Martin, author of Games of Thrones,

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