Dog breeds--all officially recognized by the American Kennel
2. Corset making,
which was his father's trade.
3. An arrowlike marking--generally
of a bike toppled by a pair of chevrons--that is stenciled on
roadways that are to be shared with bicyclists.
4. King George II
of England, not George Washington. It was formally established
in 1751 as a Maryland tobacco port, and was officially incorporated
into the District of Columbia in 1871.
5. Twenty-one golfers
lined up and simultaneously hit balls from the 18th fairway
into the Pacific Ocean, in memory of defending champion Payne
Stewart, who had died months earlier in an airplane accident.