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The sequel film Babe: Pig in the City was released on Blu-ray in 2013, for the 15th anniversary of the film’s release.

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The “Abort, Retry, Fail?” message in the DOS operating system has been cited as an example of poor usability in computer user interfaces. (Abort, Retry, Fail?)

The film Babe: Pig in the City was released on Blu-ray for the 15th Anniversary Edition of the film’s release, and re-released on Blu-ray by Fabulous Films Limited in UK on 17 June 2017. (Babe: Pig in the City)

The composer Ralph Vaughan Williams commented that only the composer Jean Sibelius could make the key of C major sound fresh. (C major)

The fashion brand Daily Paper is known for its ready-to-wear garments and accessories. (Daily Paper)

Ludwik Zamenhof (creator of the Esperanto language) asked people to sign a promise to start learning Esperanto once ten million people made the same promise, but the target has never been reached. (Esperanto)

In the 1980s, Dominican Ramón Orlando rewrote the lyrics to ABBA’s “Fernando” as “Si tú crees que no te amo” (“If you think I don’t love you”). (Fernando (song))

The superhero Kyle Rayner is designated as “Green Lantern 2814.4” within the Green Lantern Corps. (Green Lantern)

The Airdry Corporation moved to Chicago and San Francisco in 1924 to centralize their distribution. (Hand dryer)

Ten-letter isograms like PATHFINDER are commonly used by salespeople of products where the retail price is typically negotiated, such as used cars, jewelry, or antiques. (Isogram)

The Jerusalem artichoke (a sunflower) grows wild in eastern and western North America but is considered an introduced species. (Jerusalem artichoke)

In 2000, the television film The Knowledge (from 1979) was voted #83 in the British Film Institute TV 100 list. (The Knowledge)

The railroad bridge in the film Stand By Me spans Lake Britton in Shasta County, California. (Lake Britton)

The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley won the 1984 Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel and spent four months on the New York Times best seller list in hardcover. (The Mists of Avalon)

The companies Goodyear, General Motors, Toyota Motors, and Coca-Cola all have factories in or around Nairobi, the capital (and largest city) in Kenya. (Nairobi)

Possums eat the skeletal remains of rodents and roadkill animals because they have a high need for calcium. (Opossum)

Dives of the large emperor penguin have been recorded reaching a depth of 565 m (1,854 ft) for up to 22 minutes. (Penguin)

Rising in the mountains of Dogu’a Tembien in northern Ethiopia, the Qarano River flows eastward to empty in Giba and Tekezé River. (Qarano River)

Nancy Reagan was the second-longest-lived First Lady of the United States, after Bess Truman who died at the age of 97. (Nancy Reagan)

The card suits originated in China, where playing cards were first invented. (Playing card suits)

On February 25, 2020, Tim Tebow hit his first major league spring training homer, a two-run shot against Detroit Tigers’ reliever Alex Wilson. (Tim Tebow)

Jon Fields is the mayor of Union City, Ohio. (Union City, Ohio)

The vocal hiccup singing technique was used by Elvis Presley at the end of “Don’t Be Cruel” during his second appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. (Vocal hiccup)

Mark Klem was the composer for the music on the Wacky Wheels video game. (Wacky Wheels)

The Xbox Kinect accessory has been used in academic and commercial industries, such as robotics and medicine. (Xbox One)

The best places for Alpine-style yodeling are those with an echo, such as natural locations with mountain ranges, lakes, rocky gorges or shorelines, and high or open areas with one or more distant rock faces. (Yodeling)

The Zzyzx community in San Bernardino County, California has area codes 760 and 442, and ZIP Code 92309. (Zzyzx, California)

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