Jun 25, 2018

[Answer] This U.S. city hosts an International Kite Festival each year. Long Beach, Washington Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Daytona Beach, Florida Malibu, California

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...Long Beach is a city in Pacific County, Washington, United States. The population was 1,392 at the 2010 census. County: Pacific County GNIS feature ID: 1512400 Area code(s): 360 Incorporated: January 18, 1922.


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Long Beach, Washington:


Long Beach is a city in Washington state. It's known for its beach and boardwalk on Long Beach Peninsula. Colorful kites are on show at the World Kite Museum. The Discovery Trail traces a coastal route taken by explorers Lewis and Clark. At the mouth of the Columbia River, the 1800s Cape Disappointment and North Head lighthouses overlook the Pacific Ocean. Willapa National Wildlife Refuge has bird-rich wetlands.


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...What is the average life of a $1 bill? As a result, the average lifespan of a $100 bill is 15 years while a $5 bill lasts just 4.9 years. Dollar bills last just under 6 years on average while the $20 bill has a relatively healthy lifespan at 7.7 years.

 How long does a 1 dollar bill last in circulation? That depends on the denomination of the note. A $1 bill lasts 18 months; $5 bill, two years; $10 bill, three years; $20 bill, four years; and $50 and $100 bills, nine years. Bills that get worn out from everyday use are taken out of circulation and replaced.

[Answer] What is the most recognized smell in the world?

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...The most recognized smell in the world is coffee, based on a study conducted by Yale University. The survey involved 200 test subjects who were asked to name 80 familiar odors. The distinctive smell of coffee is easily identifiable, even if the person is standing several feet away from the source of the aroma. Certain molecular components of the scent are said to activate specific nerve cells within the nose that respond to this particular stimulus. Other easily recognizable smells according to the study include peanut butter, Vicks VapoRub, chocolate, mothballs, beer and crayons.

[Ans] What is the most recognized smell in the world?

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...
  1. isn't malt or hops – it's yeast. ...
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[Answer] What is the estimated lifespan of a U.S. $1 bill?

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...The Federal Reserve Bank determines the quality of each bill, or note, that gets deposited into one of its branches. Sophisticated processing equipment evaluates each note as it comes through. The notes that are still in good condition and meet the strict quality criteria of the Federal Reserve go back into circulation. The Fed removes from circulation those that don't meet the required quality standard and destroys them. The larger denominations, such as the $100 bill, tend to stay in circulation longer because they aren't passed between users as frequently as the lower denomination bills. Source: FederalReserve.gov

[Answer] The Ice Bucket Challenge was a campaign designed to promote awareness of which disease?

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...The Ice Bucket Challenge is a campaign to promote awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) — also known as Lou Gehrig's disease — and encourage donations for research. A person is filmed as a bucket of water and ice is dumped over the individual's head. The individual then nominates a minimum of three people to do the same thing, having only a 24-hour time frame to complete the challenge and make a donation to the ALS Association. It went viral on social media in summer of 2014. The Ice Bucket Challenge raised more than $115 million for the ALS Association.

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...The Kennedy half dollar, first minted in 1964, is a fifty-cent coin currently issued by the United States Mint. Intended as a memorial to the assassinated President John F. Kennedy, it was authorized by Congress just over a month after his death