The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
In honor of Veterans Day, here are some Not-So-Famous Firsts about Arlington National Cemetery.
The West Wing combined drama, humor, sharp writing and dynamic characters and wrapped it all up as a U.S. civics lesson.
A couple of years ago on Veterans Day, we listed 10 celebrities who stopped what they were doing in the middle of a successful showbiz career to serve their country.
NFL WEEK TEN (Thursday)
Would you believe that I went 12-1 last week? Me either, but my hero Leonard Post-Toasties would have been proud.
The so-called "tail walk" commonly seen in dolphin shows is something the animals aren't known to do in nature.
This one is from Order of the Phoenix.
After last week's Talking Pictures post, featuring plagues of locusts and lightning-struck horses, and the previous week's, all about death, I figured it was time to lighten things up a bit.
Ever wonder who originally thought it would be a good idea to put wheels on the bottom of their shoes so they could roll around instead of walking?
While the first individual to come up with the id
Nature carves wonderful sculptures all over the earth.
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Unscramble the ten words in the list and place them into the 5 × 5 grid so that they link together. One letter is already provided to get you started.
Because of finances, age, or health, many survivors are unable to travel to Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC for military funerals.
A "supercut" is not only a quality haircut from a national chain -- it's a type of video in which all instances of a particular word, phrase, or scenario are placed together, sometimes
Some celebrities have done quite well for themselves in the wine business – Francis Ford Coppola, for example, is as famous for his grapes in some circles as he is for his movies.
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