Friday, December 13 Best known for his time in Guns N' Roses, Slash was born Saul Hudson in Stoke-on-Trent, England, in 1965, but his family moved to Los Angeles when he was 11. His dad did album covers and his mom did costumes for musicians. Slash has his own fashion …Read more. Thursday, December 12 Tandy and Coleco both became electronics companies and, by coincidence, both started out in the leather business. Coleco was the Connecticut Leather Company, specializing in shoes. By the 1980s, it was deep into the videogame business. Too deep. …Read more. Wednesday, December 11 There are three British writers I always get mixed up. Maybe this will help sort them out. First, we have C.S. Lewis and C.S. Forester. Clive Staples Lewis wrote the Narnia books, and Cecil Scott Forester wrote the Horatio Hornblower books. But …Read more. Tuesday, December 10 In 1956, Chicago's fire academy was built, rather aptly, on the site of Mrs. O'Leary's barn, at 558 W DeKoven Street, which was numbered 137 at the time of the fire. The barn, or more precisely, a cow inside of it, was once blamed for burning the …Read more.more articles
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You often get shots in your ginglymus, which is doctor-speak for your inner elbow. Actually, it's any hinge joint that allows motion in only two directions. The word also applies to your ankle. Another body part you never knew had a name is your acnestis. It's the part of your back you can't reach to scratch, right between your shoulder blades. In fact, the name is literally from the Greek for "can't be scratched."
Per the play's title, how does Jimmy Porter look back?
B) In anger
D) With sadness
Previous answer: Meredith Grey is the title character in "Grey's Anatomy."
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