In horseracing, what role was played by the Gdolphin Barb, the
Darley Arabian, and the Byerley Turk?
2. How many emirates
make up the United Arab Emirates?
3. What famous entertainer
wrote and recorded the song, titled "Happy Birthday,"
in 1980 to rally support for a national holiday honoring Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.?
4. What are the annual
literary awards of the Western Writers of America called?
5. What common office
device did the citizens of Norway adopt as a symbol of Nazi
resistance during World War II?
They're the three Middle Eastern stallions that all Thoroughbred
horses can be traced back to through the male line. They're
named for their owners, Lord Godolphin, Thomas Darley, and Capt.
2. Seven -- Abu Dhabi,
Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Qaiwain, Ras Al-Kaimah, and Fujairah.
3. Stevie Wonder.
4. Spurs. The Spur
Awards are given for both fiction and non-fiction writing about
the American West.
5. The paper clip,
which Norwegians wore on their lapels. The device, which they
considered a Norwegian invention, represented national unity
(as in, We are bound together) against the Nazi occupation.