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Going Fourth

Everyone remembers the first, second and third places... but what about the fourth? Test your knowledge of famous fourths.
 
12 Questions, Hard difficulty
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Rating - (4.55 of 5.00), 11 vote(s)
Written by spaauw
Posted Online: Oct 4, 2007
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