Monday Trivia, No. 28

It’s the little things that count, right? In ascending order, you will find the ten smallest [answers] in: Sioux City,Iowa; New York City (Queens), New York; Cincinnati,¬†Ohio; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Washington, D.C.; Great Falls, Montana; El Paso, Texas; Detroit, Michigan; Cheyenne, Wyoming; New York City (Bronx), New York.

I predict many quibbles over this week’s question. Wikipedia was used to verify, but not to initially determine, the clues and answers.

Burt Likko

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  1. Wednesday hint: in the original post, the word “smallest” could easily be substituted with the word “shortest,” as these things are often measured in length.

  2. Hey now. According to wikipedia, the one in queens is the shortest. The bit of I-129 that’s in Iowa shorter than that, but the full length across the Iowa/Nebraska border is 3.5 miles long.

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