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|6 September 2016|
Did you know....
- ... that singer Rock-Olga (pictured) recorded an album in 1972 using ABBA members Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad as backing vocalists?
- ... that the extinct sawfly Cuspilongus has a down curved ovipositor almost as long as its forewing?
- ... that Irish suffragette Cissie Cahalan argued against gender-segregated trade unions?
- ... that during World Championship Wrestling's Battlebowl show, Rip Rogers won the match for his tag team without performing a single move?
- ... that all extant 17th-century Christian works written in the Vietnamese language's chữ Nôm script are attributed to Jesuit missionary Girolamo Maiorica?
- ... that in 1976, the Admiral Von Tromp fishing trawler was shipwrecked at Saltwick Bay?
- ... that the Paralympic rower Laurence Whiteley searched for over two years for a partner with whom to compete before teaming with Lauren Rowles?
- ... that the 1928 Florida Gators football team scored 336 points led by its "Phantom Four" backfield, which included Clyde Crabtree who could pass and kick with either hand or foot?
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