What can climb mountains, cr...
[4741] What can climb mountains, cr... - What can climb mountains, cross streams, handle hundreds of feet each day, yet never moves? What is it? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 31 - The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim
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What can climb mountains, cr...

What can climb mountains, cross streams, handle hundreds of feet each day, yet never moves? What is it?
Correct answers: 31
The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim.
#brainteasers #riddles
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From The Blonde Files

After years of working for others and being passed over for promotions, Blonde John and his wife, Blonde Mary, decided to go into business together. After examining the classifieds, they bought a small candy stand, paying thirty cents for each box of candy and then selling it for thirty cents.
At the end of the day they were astonished to find that they had sold every box of candy – yet had exactly as much money as when they started.
“You see?” John snarled at his wife. “I told you we should have bought a larger stand!”

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Leonard Colebrook

Died 29 Sep 1967 at age 84 (born 2 Mar 1883).English pharmacologist and medical researcher who found an effective treatment for puerperal (childbed) fever and improved the treatment of burns. Puerperal fever resulting from infection after childbirth or abortion had affected women for centuries with severe abdominal pain, or even death. Coleman read of Domagk’s successful use of Protonsil, the first sulfonamide drug, against streptococcal infection in tests on mice and a few human subjects. In 1936, Coleman published the results of his clinical trial of Protonsil curing streptococcal puerperal fever, and launched a new era of antimicrobial chemotherapy. During WW II, he supervised the use of sulphonomides in the military. He then investigated control of infection in burns.«
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