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Try Domino's reindeer sausage pizza ... in Iceland.

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
Going up and down in a foxtrot is called a lilt. Going up and down in a waltz is called a rise and fall.

Domino's Pizza serves a reindeer sausage pizza in Iceland. Klondike, an Alaskan-themed pizza joint, serves reindeer sausage pizza, but their only two locations are in the central California towns of Arroyo Grande and Santa Maria.

When it first started, 110 years ago, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was laboriously calculated by hand. It originally covered only 12 stocks because the calculations dictated by the complex formula overran a full page if more than 12 stocks were included.

Experiencing dry mouth from medication? Try adding more fatty liquids, such as salad dressing and sauces, to your diet.

One quart of improperly disposed motor oil can pollute 250,000 gallons of drinking water.
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