What British gold coin, worth one pound sterling, was named for its original image of Henry VII sitting on a throne?
What chain of muffler shops encouraged car owners, in TV ads, to trust their "touch"?
What instrument plays the remarkably high D flat, four octaves above middle C, in Mahler's Resurrection Symphony?
What 4,850-year-old bristlecone pine in eastern California is named for the aged grandfather of Noah in the Book of Genesis?
What 1935 Smith & Wesson revolver used .357-inch cartridges—though the detective of the same name later used a Colt .45 instead?
What's the "Kennection"?
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