Answer: Mike Bryan and Jack Sock
Mike Bryan and Jack Sock tasted victory in the final game of the men's doubles 2018 Wimbledon championship. They overcame Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus to be crowned champions.
Answer: Mother's Day
Beginning in 1956, Mother's Day has been observed on the same date as the vernal equinox in many Arab countries due to the clear association between motherhood and fertility/Spring.
Spain is Portugal's only bordering country. Portugal's population is 10.46 million as of 2013.
Answer: The death of all first born in Egypt
The last of 12 plagues that Egyptians faced was the death of all first born in the land.
Answer: Cedric Maxwell
Despite being featured on a team with three future Hall of Famers, the relatively-obscure Cedric Maxwell was most credited with leading the team to victory during the 1981 NBA Finals.
Answer: Ryan Leaf
Ryan Leaf was selected second-overall in the 1998 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers yet managed to win only 4 games in 18 attempts as their starting quarterback. His career ended after only four disappointing seasons.
Samuel Parnell (1810-1890), an immigrant from London to New Zealand, was a carpenter.
Answer: Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama was a central figure in getting the "Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act", which sought to improve nutrition and reduce obesity, passed in 2010.
Answer: Kiss them
Kissing someone (particularly a loved one) you meet under a mistletoe is a Christmas tradition.
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