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Jerusalem Pony

A needy clergyman or minister, who renders temporary aid to his brother ministers for hire; so called in humersome discourtesy. The Jerusalem pony is a large species of donkey. Source: Di…

Red

The colour of magic. “Red is the colour of magic in every country, and has been so from the very earliest times. The caps of fairies and musicians are well-nigh always red.” &#8…

Is the Red Sea red?

The Question: Is the Red Sea red? If so, why? The Answer: Of course it's not actually red, but sometimes it appears that way. Located between the East African coast and the Saudi Arab…

Red Shirt

The Question: What is the origin of the term "red shirt freshman?" Why red shirt? The Answer: Freshmen are often allowed to practice but not com…

Red Spot

It's not all black and white. Earth, Neptune, and Uranus are all blue because of gases in their atmosphere.Blue Stars These are the hottest stars, with a surface temperature of more than 37,0…

Otis Redding

Otis Redding was a black soul singer who died in a plane crash in 1967, just before the release of what turned out to be his biggest hit, "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay." Redding grew up in Macon,…

Red River

Red River. 1 River, 1,222 mi (1,967 km) long, southernmost of the large tributaries of the Mississippi River. It rises in two branches in the Texas Panhandle and flows SE between Texas and Oklahoma an…

Eric the Red

Eric the Red (also Erik Thorvaldson, Eirik Raude or Eirik Torvaldsson) was a native of Norway and the founder of the first European settlement in Greenland. Nicknamed for the color of his hair, Eric w…

Otis Redding

Otis Reddingsinger, songwriterBorn: 9/9/1941Birthplace: Dawson, GA Legendary soul singer whose death at age 26 ended a career just as it was about to blossom. In 1962, Redding, a former choir …

Otis Redding

Otis Reddingsinger, songwriterBorn: 9/9/1941Birthplace: Dawson, GA Legendary soul singer whose death at age 26 ended a career just as it was about to blossom. In 1962, Redding, a former choir …