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While playing Factacular, saguingoira knew that:

Pump
   featured   
My Girl
1989



... but didn't know that:

Ovenbird
   belong to the order   
Passeriformes
Gets its name from the design of its nest



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John Corigliano
   composed   
Circus Maximus
Symphony #3 for large wind ensemble, 2004
W. S. Merwin
   was a   
Poet
American poet; author of more than fifty books
Jessye Norman
   was a   
Singer
Opera singer and recitalist




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