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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?

Pierre
-- 
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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