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Five Rings, Six Crises, Seven Dwarfs, and 38 Ways to Win an Argument: Numerical Lists You Never Knew or Once Knew and Probably Forgot

by John Boswell, Dan Starer (Author)

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Can you name: The Twelve Knights of the Round Table? The Eight Notes of the Musical Scale? The Three Stooges? The Ten Commandments? Santa's Eight Reindeer? The Dynamic Duo? In this fact-filled compilation of over 280 lists, John Boswell and Dan Starer go by the numbers with twenty-four categories from American Culture to Sports and Games, Christianity to Science and Nature -- each selected to educate as well as intrigue, amuse, and challenge. History nuts, sports buffs, and infoholics of every age will appreciate and enjoy this cleverly designed and entertainingly illustrated book.… (more)
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Can you name: The Twelve Knights of the Round Table? The Eight Notes of the Musical Scale? The Three Stooges? The Ten Commandments? Santa's Eight Reindeer? The Dynamic Duo? In this fact-filled compilation of over 280 lists, John Boswell and Dan Starer go by the numbers with twenty-four categories from American Culture to Sports and Games, Christianity to Science and Nature -- each selected to educate as well as intrigue, amuse, and challenge. History nuts, sports buffs, and infoholics of every age will appreciate and enjoy this cleverly designed and entertainingly illustrated book.

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