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  • Mars Movie - Help finding title.?

    What was the name of the movie that takes place on mars, where the team of researchers there discovers ancient martian ruins with skeletal remains in the hall way and the movie ends with the survivors stranded there but presumably able to survive because of the cave they discovered beneath the ruins????

    1 AnswerMovies7 years ago
  • British Pronunciation?

    Can someone please listen to this BBC video and tell me what the reporter is saying at 0:09

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19968489

    It sounds like: "... known as the black ???????? because..."

    I've listened to this 5 times and I still can't understand what word he says after black.

    5 AnswersRoyalty8 years ago
  • Is this fictional garden realistic?

    The two women spent the day at Mrs. Oliver’s house, canning blackberry jam and baking torts to freeze for later. Every hour, the bell on the Chapel by the Sea would strike and Mrs. Oliver would compare it against the clock on her mantle. Between the bustle in the kitchen, they found time to play cards out on the patio.

    Mrs. Oliver had created a botanical garden in her backyard, modeling it after the house on Mt. Jötnar. She had an elaborate fountain in the center with little cherub statues atop. Almost everyone who saw it commented on the grandeur and how color coordinated her yard seemed. She had separated the warm colors, placing all the bright splashes of purple, plum and pale violet in one corner. The rich burgundy smoke tree was surrounded in royal irises with long healthy blooms. Russian sage and Spanish lavender lay peacefully around the edges with blue-green, silver, and chartreuse foliage. To the other side, the warmth intensified with fiery shades of dahlia, coleus, and sedum. The crimson blooms were surrounded in red fountain grass. High up in an old elm that shaded the yard she had several bird feeders and a curious squirrel who always seemed to appear when guests were near. Today, he’d dropped a walnut and was scurrying down to retrieve it.

    While they played cards, they conversed with ease. They spoke of Ilsa’s new employers mostly.

    “She’s a bit younger than he is,” Ilsa said. “But they seem very happy together.”

    1 AnswerGarden & Landscape1 decade ago
  • Name a local anesthetic drug used for...?

    Situation: large gauge in the back of the head, no

    concussion, sutures needed, a topical analgesic

    has been applied and the doctor calls for a local

    shot of provocane/morphine/what??????

    This is a hypothetical scenario for a work of fiction.

    I have no idea if it's realistic but hoped I might get

    some feedback. Thanks for your consideration.

    2 AnswersInjuries1 decade ago
  • Is this fictional weather situation realistic?

    The car had performed well on the treacherous pass, and was now hugging the turns along the coast. Charging now, as the morning fog steadily rose and the view grew larger and more splendid with each winding turn.

    Anna, in the passenger seat, looked determined to restrict her gaze to the sky, away from the shimmering tide that so baited her. If she didn’t, she might stare at the cliff’s edge until her face puckered with queasiness. A short metal guardrail was all that separated them from a steep plunge to the jagged rocks below. Thus, she was glad Robert had taken the top down. There was a gripping excitement in the air—the birds knew it. The sky was a light, washed-out blue, and the marine layer wouldn’t burn off until noon, yet the air was already warm and comfortable.

    “It’s going to be a hot day,” she said and added, “look at the gulls,” as though the two were inherently associated.

    5 AnswersWeather1 decade ago
  • Internet Economics Question:?

    Can someone explain this recent article to me: http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/200710

    Does Yahoo make money when I do a search on their search engine. If so, from who? or why is it free for me?

    1 AnswerEconomics1 decade ago
  • If you were a time traveller & investigator what crime would you try to solve?

    Say you worked for a top secret agency that perfected time travel. What famous case would travel back in time to help prevent/solve and why?

    2 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 decade ago
  • Easter Egg Dye Alternative?

    Did you know that GATORADE dyes Easter Eggs just as good as those dye kits you buy at the store?

    Does anyone else have innovative suggestions for natural dyed Easter Eggs?

    6 AnswersEaster1 decade ago
  • Vincent Price car make model year in The Last Man on Earth?

    The movie was made in 1964, he's driving a black station wagon when he goes vampyre hunting but I can't make out

    emblem. Plymouth? Chrysler? Chevrolet? Ford? and what

    year 1964 or older.....

    1 AnswerOther - Car Makes1 decade ago
  • Is the Shepheard's Hotel Jazz Orchestra currently in existence?

    There is an incredible rendition of Where or When credited to the Shepheard's Hotel Jazz Orchestra on The English Patient soundtrack, but it doesn't give a recording date and I can find nothing about the Orchestra online. Maybe this is an old recording?

    1 AnswerMusic1 decade ago