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Mensa International

organization whose members have IQs in the top two percent of the general population. [Am. Pop. Culture: EB, VI: 793]
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Tolkien Special Interest Group of American Mensa. A long-time Tolkien enthusiast, she has given talks and published articles on Tolkien, and co-edited Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey.
The researchers surveyed 3,715 members of American Mensa, Ltd., a group of people said to share the traits of high intelligence.
In addition, American Mensa also offers a culture fair test battery primarily for individuals who do not speak English as their primary language.
He was a member of American Mensa, Wharf Rat Club on Nantucket and enjoyed jogging, woodworking, reading and discussing subjects of substance.Memorial Services will be held at Overlook Life Care Community Chapel, 88 Masonic Home Rd.
American Mensa High IQ society with over 100,000 members
American Mensa Academy Platforms: Windows PC, Xbox LIVE Arcade, PlayStation Network, iOS, Android Available: July
American Mensa's Mind Games 2011 event at the Best Western Sovereign Hotel in Albany, NY.
He is SME Bronze Certified and is an ASQ Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence, a member of the Association of Manufacturing Excellence, a member of American Mensa, and a volunteer firefighter.
Soroptimist is a member of the Service Club Leaders Conference, which includes service club organizations like American Mensa, Kiwanis International and Y's Men International, that leverage more than 1.2 million volunteers.
Some students, like Chamara Moore of Chicago and Calah Williams of North Miami, are young members of the American Mensa Ltd.
The American Mensa's National Testing Day, where local groups across the country administer the Mensa Admission Test, will take place Oct.
A sample composed of male members of the American Mensa society (who have very high IQs) yielded significantly higher body-hair ratings than those from two control samples of Caucasian men.

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