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[4728] Lovely and round, I shine wi... - Lovely and round, I shine with pale light, grown in the darkness, A lady's delight. What is it? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 22 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Lovely and round, I shine wi...

Lovely and round, I shine with pale light, grown in the darkness, A lady's delight. What is it?
Correct answers: 22
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #riddles
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Obsessions

A psychiatrist was conducting a group therapy session with four young mothers and their small children. "You all have obsessions," he observed.
To the first mother, he said, "You are obsessed with eating. You've even named your daughter Candy."
He turned to the second Mom. "Your obsession is money. Again, it manifests itself in your child's name, Penny,"
He turned to the third Mom. "Your obsession is alcohol. Again, it manifests itself in your child's name, Brandy."

At this point, the fourth mother got up, took her little boy by the hand and whispered, "Come on, Dick, let's go".

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John Bartram

Died 22 Sep 1777 at age 78 (born 23 Mar 1699).American explorer and botanist who is also regarded as the father of American botany, a subject he self-taught from the age of ten. He made a systematic study of healing plants. In 1728, Bartram bought land beside the Schuylkill River at Kingsessing, outside Philadelphia, created Bartram's Garden, and began likely the first experiments in hybridizing in America. (His Garden now forms part of Philadelphia's small park system - the oldest living botanical garden in the U.S. - where many giant trees may still be seen that he planted.) He travelled widely to gather ripe seeds, roots and bulbs in proper condition for transplanting. Shipping many species to introduce in Europe developed into a business. His son William Bartram followed him as a naturalist.«
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