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As a result of a class-action lawsuit in the latter half of the 1990s, Apple is required, per the settlement, to provide free lifetime telephone support to the original owners of certain Apple hardware product models introduced in the marketplace between April 1, 1993 and April 1, 1996, and certain Apple Performa product models introduced in the marketplace between September 1, 1992 and April 1, 1996.

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While it’s right to marvel at how long Stonehenge has stood in the British countryside, don’t marvel too hard, as the monument has had a bit of help. Since 1901, people have been putting the blocks that fall out of place, well, back into place.

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The current official Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters and is composed of five vowels (A a, E e, I i, O o, U u) and seven consonants (H h, K k, L l, M m, N n, P p, W w, ʻ). The five vowels with macrons (Ā ā, Ē ē, Ī ī, Ō ō, Ū ū) are not treated as separate letters, but are alphabetized immediately after unaccented vowels in the alphabet.

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The temperature of the sun’s core is a staggering 27,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit (15,000,000 degrees Celsius).

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In the United States, canning jars are commonly called “Mason jars” because the early versions prominently featured the name of their inventor John Landis Mason. In England, canning jars are commonly referred to as “Kilner jars” for the exact same reason (after inventor John Kilner).

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