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by Bill Dunn,Mark Bastable

eBook Surely Not: True or False download ISBN: 067103734X
Author: Bill Dunn,Mark Bastable
Publisher: Pocket Books (November 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1181 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: Humour
Subcategory: Puzzles and Games

by Mark Bastable and Bill Dunn.

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by Bill Dunn, Mark Bastable. Can You Tell the Difference?: Surely Not: True or False: Unlikely Facts or Plausible Lies. ISBN 9780671037345 (978-0-671-03734-5) Softcover, Simon & Schuster (Trade Division), 1999.

Bill Dunn, Mark Bastable. Surely Not: True or False. Are you sure you want to remove Surely Not: True or False from your list? Surely Not: True or False. Unlikely Facts or Plausible Lies. Can You Tell the Difference? by Bill Dunn, Mark Bastable. Published November 1, 1999 by Simon & Schuster (Trade Division).

Author : Bill Dunn,Mark Bastable. Publisher : Pocket Books.

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True or false: Michelangelo will be successful. When Jimmie delivers the nag to Bill, Bill sues him, demanding delivery of the Arabian. True or false: Bill will be successful, as they had a binding contract. false Score: 0 of 2 4. Let's say Jimmie owns two horses.

That's not me, I'm afraid,' thought Billy, 'because whatever a generalKing's business is I can't be used to it till I've tried i. The next was: 'Good steady King wanted. Must be quick, willing, and upto his work. I can but try,' said Billy, and he opened the door of the registryoffice and walked in. Inside there were several desks. At the first desk a lion with a penbehind its ear was dictating to a unicorn, who was writing in a seriesof Blue-books with his horn. Billy noticed that the horn had beensharpened to a nice point, like a lead pencil when the drawing-masterdoes it for you as a favour. I think you want a King?' said Billy timidly.

This is a compendium of questions to which the reader ought to know the answers. Are the following true or false: F.Scott Fitzgerald weighed the same as Edgar Allan Poe; Catherine the Great died after falling off her commode; and in 1903 there was not a single person on the planet called "Wendy".