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1 December 2022
- 00:00, 1 December 2022 (UTC)
- ... that William Miller Beardshear (pictured) was known as the "father of Iowa State College", now known as Iowa State University?
- ... that the oldest Chinese medical text on surgery was, according to tradition, written by a doctor who had met a ghost?
- ... that listeners to ESPN's sports podcasts are "13 years younger than" ESPN Radio listeners, according to a company executive?
- ... that Sir Srinivas Varadachariar was the first Indian chief justice of the Federal Court of India?
- ... that Fort Curtis's 24-pounder guns were taken away for use in the Vicksburg campaign?
- ... that in the Book of Mormon's allusion to the raising of Lazarus of Bethany in John 11, Abish plays a role parallel to that of Jesus?
- ... that the setting of the game Ghost of Tsushima takes place during the Mongol invasion of Tsushima?
- ... that mathematician Daniel Larsen was the youngest contributor to the New York Times crossword puzzle?