Herbert Hoover, in 1928.
2. William Shakespeare.
Eyeball first appeared in A Midsummer Night's Dream;
macap, in Love's Labor's Lost; and unreal, in Macbeth.
3. A tall, oddly
shaped column or pillar of varying thickness, created by differential
weathering of rocks of varying hardness.
4. A toupee--often
under his ten-gallon hat.
Penn Jillette. He named his son, born in 2006, Zolten, nothing
that "it's my wife [Emily's] maiden name and most importantly,
it's the name of Dracula's dog."