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How Does Aspirin Find a Headache?

David Feldman - Games - 2009 - 288 pages
Ponder, if you will ... Do snakes sneeze? Why didn't the three musketeers carry muskets? What happens to the holes that are punched out of looseleaf paper? Why don't people ...
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Are Lobsters Ambidextrous?

David Feldman - Games - 2009 - 320 pages
Ponder, if you will ... Has anyone ever seen a live Cornish game hen? Why do quarterbacks say "Hut"? Why do "sea" gulls congregate in parking lots of shopping centers? What ...
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When Do Fish Sleep?

David Feldman - Reference - 2009 - 320 pages
Ponder, if you will ... Why are tennis balls fuzzy? How come birds don't tip over when they sleep on telephone wires? What makes yawning contagious? Why, oh why, do roosters ...
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Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise?: Mysteries of Everyday Life Explained

David Feldman - Reference - 2009 - 320 pages
Ponder, if you will ... What is the difference between a kit and a caboodle? Why don't people get goose bumps on their faces? Where do houseflies go in the winter? What causes ...
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Do Elephants Jump?

David Feldman - Reference - 2009 - 352 pages
Ponder, if you will ... Where do you find fascinating explanations for a multitude of mysteries? Why do pianos have 88 keys? How does the hole get in the needle of a syringe ...
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How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch?

David Feldman - Humor - 1996 - 315 pages
Addresses such questions as why do mattresses have floral graphics, why do ceiling fans get dusty, how do skywriters write words correctly, and how did people wake up before ...
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Who Put The Butter In Butterfly?: ... And other Fearless Investigations into ...

David Feldman - Games - 2009 - 224 pages
The English language is filled with familiar words that, when one thinks about them, are downright peculiar: cooties, doozies, and heepie-jeebies; finks and funks; mugwumps and ...
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Paths of Integration: Migrants in Western Europe (1880-2004)

Leo Lucassen, David Feldman, Jochen Oltmer - History - 2006 - 343 pages
Why do some migrants integrate quickly, while others become long-term minorities? What is the role of the state in the settlement process? To what extent are experiences in the ...
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