Outfielders Paul and Lloyd Waner, who both played 14 seasons
for the Pittsburgh Pirates and were known, respectively, as
Big Poison and Little Poison.
2. In the heart.
Named for Wilhelm His Jr., the Swiss cardiologist who discovered
it, it's a small collection of heart muscle cells that transmit
electrical impluses to the cells of the ventricle, causing the
cardiac muscles to contract at paced intervals.
3. Laurence Fishburne,
in 1995. In all previous film versions, white actors in black
makeup portrayed the Moor of Venice.
4. About $4.5 million
($4,503,912, to be exact).
But its constitution, drafted by John Adams and adopted in 1780,
was extensively amended between 1917 and 1919.