I can fly but I have no wing...
[3615] I can fly but I have no wing... - I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 35 - The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic
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I can fly but I have no wing...

I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I?
Correct answers: 35
The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic.
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A housewife with three young c...

A housewife with three young children was getting dinner ready when the phone rang. The six-year-old picked it up and said, "Hi, Daddy!" and she began telling him about her day.
She then passed the phone to her brother and sister as was the custom whenever Daddy called from work.
When it was finally the wife's turn to talk she took the receiver and said, "Hi, honey."
"Thank goodness, lady," the voice on the other end replied. "I just called to tell you that the wallpaper you ordered is here!"
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Hermann M. Biggs

Died 28 Jun 1923 at age 63 (born 29 Sep 1859). American physician who pioneered the use of bacteriological studies in the field of public health for the prevention and control of contagious diseases. From 1884 he learnt about current advances in bacteriology by visiting Europe. In 1892, he was appointed the first director of a new Division of Pathology, Bacteriology and Disinfection within the New York City Department of Health - the first municipal bacteriological laboratory in the U.S. - to address the scare of cholera from immigrants arriving at the harbour. He became general medical officer of New York City (1901) and then commissioner of health for the state of New York (1914). The measures he developed for public health spread through the nation.
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