A Very Bury Quiz

Love The Canterbury Tales? Is Marbury v. Madison the one Supreme Court case you remember? Did you actually pay to see A Night at the Roxbury in the theatre? If so, this is your quiz! Enjoy these twelve true-false questions about "BURY" terms and names. Good luck:

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The FOSBURY Flop is a high-jump technique popularized by Dick Fosbury, gold-medal winner in the event at the 1968 Olympics.
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A "TILBURY" is an artform made with colored string wrapped around nails on a black velvet background.
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False
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Ray BRADBURY's novel Fahrenheit 451 earned its title because, in the story, 451 degrees F. is the temperature at which books instantly catch fire.
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False
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The PILLSBURY brand name, known for its flour and baking items, is now part of The J.M. Smucker Company.
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False
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CADBURY is the name of the Rich family's chauffeur in the long-running Richie Rich comic book series.
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False
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SALISBURY Steak was named after American physician James Salisbury, who believed it should be eaten at every meal of the day.
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False
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England's GLASTONBURY Abbey, according to some accounts, was built to house the Holy Grail.
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Angela LANSBURY held the role of Jessica Fletcher on TV's Murder, She Wrote for six years before it was cancelled in 1990.
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False
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DOONESBURY was the first comic strip to earn its author, Garry Trudeau, a Pulitzer Prize.
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False
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The BLOOMSBURY Group, a famed early-20th-century collective of intellectual types, met regularly in New York City.
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Greetings from ASBURY Park, N.J. is the title of Bruce Springsteen's debut album, first issued in 1973.
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WATERBURY, Connecticut, is the largest "bury" city in the U.S., and the only one with a population exceeding 100,000.
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False