Are most cranial nerves paired?

Are most cranial nerves paired?

The twelve pairs of cranial nerves are continuous with the brain and are numbered from anterior to posterior, according to their attachments to the brain. CN-I is attached to the cerebral hemispheres. CN-II is attached to the central cerebrum via the optic chiasma (hypothalamus), CN-III and IV to the midbrain.

How many fingers does a girl scout hold up?

The Girl Scout Sign is symbolic of the Promise. The girl holds up her right hand with the first three fingers extended—each finger stands for one part of the Promise—and the little finger held down by the thumb.

Where is it legal to hunt Unicorns?

In the state of Michigan, Lake Superior University offers a program where people can receive a ‘unicorn hunting license.’

How many steps does the average person walk in a mile?

Unless you have tracked steps using a pedometer, you probably have no idea how many steps you take in a day. On average, 2000 steps is about a mile so walking 10,000 steps means walking about 5 miles.

How long can you save a frozen turkey?

Turkey can be stored in the freezer (unopened and uninterrupted) for up to 2-3 years and still be safe to cook. However, for the best quality, we recommend using the frozen turkey within 7 months of storage.

What state was once an independent nation?

Although Mexico’s war of independence pushed out Spain in 1821, Texas did not remain a Mexican possession for long. It became its own country, called the Republic of Texas, from 1836 until it agreed to join the United States in 1845.

Who owned the Arlington National Cemetery?

George Washington Parke Custis, grandson of Martha Washington, acquired the land that now is Arlington National Cemetery in 1802, and began construction of Arlington House. The estate passed to Custis’ daughter, Mary Anna, who had married United States Army officer Robert E. Lee.

Is sign language the same in other countries?

No one form of sign language is universal. Different sign languages are used in different countries or regions. For example, British Sign Language (BSL) is a different language from ASL, and Americans who know ASL may not understand BSL.