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People engaged in social distancing can make good use of their time by developing new ideas and creative works. To celebrate people who have made good use of their time during unfavorable situations, test your knowledge of these intellectual property accomplishments created during periods of isolation:

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Picture of different shades of green

Green is the color of money. It also represents the earth and eco-friendly products, causes and organizations. During March, green is also associated with St. Patrick’s Day, when people celebrate the holiday by dyeing their food, drinks and rivers green. To mark the occasion, test your knowledge of these famous green logos and brands.

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big blue pie symbol in front of the full equation of the pie numbers

March 14 (3.14) is also known as “Pi Day” – a day to celebrate the constant number representing the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Because “pi” and “pie” are homophones, many observe Pi Day by eating pie, throwing pies and telling pie jokes. Mark the occasion by testing your knowledge of these pie-related brands:

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February 29th Happy Leap Year in green on a calendar picture

Leap Day is here!!! An extra day (February 29th) is almost always added to our calendar every four years to keep our calendar in sync with the Earth’s rotation. To keep our calendar accurate, years dividable by 100 are not leap years unless they also can be divided by 400. This means 2000 was a leap year but 1900 was not! To recognize the intellectual property created by this event, test your knowledge of these famous people and artistic works relating to Leap Day:

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Picture Reads: Happy Mardi Gras in green, yellow, and purple colors

During February, people in New Orleans enjoy large and festive Mardi Gras parades and parties. The parades occur during the two weeks leading up to Mardi Gras, the day before Ash Wednesday (when Lent begins). The parades provide a great opportunity to witness decorative floats, elaborate costumes, original music and other forms of creative artistic expression. Many parades are named for characters from ancient mythology and are conducted by social clubs known as “krewes.” To mark this annual cultural celebration, test your knowledge of these branded Mardi Gras-related product and event names:

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Red is the color of Valentine’s Day, love, hearts, passion, romance, and anger. It is also the color of several famous logos, marks, and works of art. Test your knowledge of these red-themed items of popular intellectual property:

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January 31, 2020, is slated to be “Brexit Day” – the day on which the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. To mark the occasion, test your knowledge of these famous British marks:

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