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In 1961, which world leader made the above quote that was interpreted to mean that being productive is more important than following any ideology?

By JERUSALEM POST
January 14, 2011 00:16
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1. “I don’t care if it’s a white cat or a black cat. It’s a good cat as long as it catches mice.” In 1961, which world leader made the above quote that was interpreted to mean that being productive is more important than following any ideology?

2. Which Prussian naturalist who influenced Darwin and whose work established the field of bio-geography also has an ocean current that flows from Chile to Peru named for him?

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3. What is the only word in the English language that has three sets of consecutive double letters?

4. The plot of which 2003 German film centers around a young man trying to preserve the illusion of the existence of East Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall for the sake of his ailing mother?

5. While recovering from wounds received in World War I, Dewitt Wallace had the idea to gather a sampling of articles from various publications; this resulted in the birth of what popular magazine?

6. Which Dutch city’s claim to fame is its pottery, as well as it being home to the painter Vermeer?

7. The name of which celebrated Canadian fishing and racing vessel built in Nova Scotia in 1921 lent itself to a nickname for Nova Scotians from the 18th century onwards?



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