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    Fast Facts: Feb. 22

    • Lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables.
    • The artist Vincent Van Gogh sliced part of his ear off in madness.
    • The children’s nursery rhyme, “”Sing a Song of Sixpence,”” was used by members of a pirate ship as a coded message.
    • The dot that appears over the letter “”i”” is called a tittle.
    • The origins of the soldier term “”G.I.”” is an abbreviation for “”Government Issue,”” which was stamped on all government kits supplied to recruits in the US Army during World War II.

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