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Bizarre Fact #71:
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The word for "dog" in the Australian aboriginal language Mbabaran happens to be "dog."

Bizarre Fact #72:
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The side of a hammer is a cheek.

Bizarre Fact #73:
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The initials for morning and evening are based on latin words—ante meridiem and post meridiem. "Ante," of course means "before" and "post" means "after." "Meridiem" means "noon."

Bizarre Fact #74:
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A "pogonip" is a heavy winter fog containing ice crystals.

Bizarre Fact #75:
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The little bits of paper left over when holes are punched in data cards or tape are called Chad.

Bizarre Fact #76:
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The loop on a belt that holds the loose end is called a "keeper".

Bizarre Fact #77:
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Las Vegas means "the meadows" in Spanish. Ironically, the city in the desert was once abundant in water and vegetation.

Bizarre Fact #78:
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The word "mullet" describes a hairstyle worn, particularly in the southern USA, which is characterized by short hair on the top and sides, with very long hair in the back.

Bizarre Fact #79:
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Quisling is the only word in the English language to start with "quis."

Bizarre Fact #80:
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The French equivalent of "Pumpkin" (our pet name) is calling them "Chou-Chou" which is little cabbage.


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