2. The rifling --
or spiral grooves -- in its barrel. The grooves set the bullet
spinning, and make it possible to aim with greater precision
and for greater distance.
3. Reddi-Whip. It
was developed in 1947 by St. Louis milkman Aaron "Bunny"
Lapin, and first distributed by milkmen.
4. The Roman emperor
Theodosius I had converted to Christianity and viewed the games
as pagan festivals.
5. Walter Cronkite.
The phrase was coined by CBS News producer Don Hewitt to describe
Cronkite's role in covering the 1952 Democratic and Republican