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From: Pierre A.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 1:11 PM
Last month's questions:

When are the hour hand, the minute hand, and the second hand at 120° angles to 
each other?
        Never. The closest they get is at 9:05:25.438 and 2:54:34.562 ±14 ms.

Of "efatra", "patru", "quatre", and "sair", which all mean "four", which is 
least closely related to the others?
        "Efatra" is Malagasy, an Austronesian language originating in Borneo. 
The others are Indo-European: Romanian (Romance), French and Catalan 
(Romance), and Rohingya (Indic).

This month's questions:

What is a bone-eating snotflower?

What is a Tisza flower?

What flower is named for Queen Charlotte?

La sal en el mar es más que en la sangre.
Le sel dans la mer est plus que dans le sang.

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