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Asked in Ancient Rome
How can you tell that romulus and remus is a legend?
You cant! But the one of the results of wellfeild school is that is was a legend but they dident get rased by a she-wolf! ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What movie and television projects has John Henry been in?
John Henry has: Played Old Man Cosgrove in "One Touch of Nature" in 1917. Played Rog Harvey in "Poison" in 1924. Played Major Twilling in "Those Who Judge" in 1924. Played John Henry in "The Loud Speaker" in 1926. Played John Henry in "How I Began" in 1926. Played John Henry in "Home Construction" in 1926. Played John Henry in "Oscillation" in 1927. Played John Henry in "Broadcasting" in 1927. Played John Henry in "Listening In" in 1927. ...
Asked in Geography
What is a legend in geography?
a legend in geography is a box with all these things to tell you what they are, for example, a map has a legend in the corner and if there is a tree then in the box it will have a picture or color and then it says tree. DUHH this is like a grade one question....... noobs these days what are you gonna do. ...
Asked in Fables and Folklore
How did John Henry go against the steam powered hammer?
It was a race between John Henry and the steam powered hammer to see which could drill the most. John Henry used heavy two hammers in each hand and drilled two 7 ft. holes, while the steam powered hammer drilled one 9 ft. hole. John Henry won the competition. ...
Who was in Sherwood forest that was far from little?
Little John is one of Robin Hood's associates in Sherwood Forest.
Asked in Plays
What is a shakespearean history play?
Shakespeare's history plays take their titles from the king who was on the throne during the period being covered: King John, Richard II, Henry IV Part One, Henry IV Part Two, Henry V, Henry VI Part One, Henry VI Part Two, Henry VI Part Three, Richard III, and Henry VIII. ...