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1. JA­PAN. IT IS ALSO ONE OF THE WORLD’S SHORT­EST NA­TIONAL AN­THEMS IN CUR­RENT USE, WITH A LENGTH OF 11 MEA­SURES AND 32 CHAR­AC­TERS

2. (DOU­BLE TRAP) SHOOT­ING. AN IN­TER­EST­ING POINT TO NOTE WAS THAT THE SIL­VER MEDAL­IST WENT ON TO BE­COME THE SPORTS MIN­IS­TER OF IN­DIA

3. ARO­MATHER­APY. ARO­MATHER­APY IS A HOLIS­TIC HEAL­ING TREAT­MENT THAT USES NAT­U­RAL PLANT EX­TRACTS TO PRO­MOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BE­ING. SOME­TIMES IT’S CALLED ES­SEN­TIAL OIL THER­APY

4. FENNEC

5. GRAUMAN’S CHI­NESE THE­ATRE. IT IS FA­MOUS FOR THE HANDPRINTS, FOOT­PRINTS, AND SIG­NA­TURES OF HOL­LY­WOOD’S BIG­GEST STARS PEP­PERED ACROSS THE FORE­COURT OF THE THE­ATRE

6. THE BA­HAMAS AND THE GAM­BIA. FOR THOSE WON­DER­ING WHY ‘THE’ WAS NEEDED FOR GAM­BIA, ONE OF THE REA­SONS GIVEN WAS THAT GAM­BIA COULD BE CON­FUSED WITH ZAM­BIA, WHICH WAS A NEW NAME TO THE IN­TER­NA­TIONAL COM­MU­NITY AT THE TIME

7. THE NO­BEL PEACE PRIZE

8. SIN­GA­PORE. THE BAN­KNOTE’S OBVERSE FEA­TURES THE POR­TRAIT OF THE FIRST PRES­I­DENT OF SIN­GA­PORE, YU­SOF BIN ISHAK, AND THE RE­V­ERSE CON­TAIN SE­CONDARY THEMES SUCH AS ED­U­CA­TION THAT ARE LINKED TO HIS LIFE

9. CLARE SMYTH

10. JAZZ. IT HAS BEEN RATED AS ONE OF THE GREAT­EST MU­SI­CAL STATE­MENTS OF THE 20TH CEN­TURY

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