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    Fast Facts

    ? The word denim comes from “”deNimes,”” or “”from Nimes”” – a place in France.

    ? The top layer of a wedding cake, known as the groom’s cake, is usually a fruit cake so it will last until the couple’s first anniversary, when they traditionally eat it.

    ? There are fourteen blimps in the world, ten of which are in the United States. The biggest existing blimp is the Fuji Film blimp.

    ? The average 60-minute audio cassette tape contains 562.5 feet of tape.

    ? The ashes of the average cremated person weigh nine pounds.

    ? Napoleon Bonaparte’s mother’s name was Laticia.

    ? The lead singer of The Knack, famous for “”My Sharona,”” and Jack Kevorkian’s lead defense attorney are brothers Doug and Jeffrey Feiger.

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