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- ... that although the Church of the Jacobins (pictured) in Toulouse, France, was founded by the future Saint Dominic, the relics housed there are those of Saint Thomas Aquinas?
- ... that Emory Alvord is credited with revolutionising African agriculture?
- ... that the long-billed crow, found only in the Maluku Islands, is dwindling in numbers and is considered to be a "near-threatened species"?
- ... that after Seleucid king Antiochus XII was slain by the Nabataeans during the Battle of Cana, his demoralized army fled and died from starvation in the desert?
- ... that Klein's line, the first tool to diagnose slipping of the ball-joint-like end of the femur in adolescents early to prevent destruction of the hip joint, is still used today?
- ... that Adolfo Mota Hernández said a statue of Vicente Fox in Boca del Río would "fall just like Saddam Hussein"?
- ... that in 2013, a Russian man who had edited his credit card agreement with Tinkoff Bank attempted to sue the bank for 24 million rubles?