You're The Only Ten-I-See In this guessing game nominally inspired by Tennessee, contestants guess whether a quantity is more than/greater than/higher than ten or fewer than/less than/lower than ten.
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You're The Only Ten-I-See

You're The Only Ten-I-See

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Contestants Jarrod Walker and Peter Murrey play trivia games on Ask Me Another at TPAC's Polk Theater in Nashville, Tennessee. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Jarrod Walker and Peter Murrey play trivia games on Ask Me Another at TPAC's Polk Theater in Nashville, Tennessee.

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In this guessing game nominally inspired by Tennessee, contestants guess whether a quantity is more than/greater than/higher than ten or fewer than/less than/lower than ten. Grammarians: proceed with caution.

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