How many jockeys die each year on average?

How many jockeys die each year on average?

Between 2 and 3 jockeys are killed each year in horse racing.

Is violet blue or purple?

In the traditional color wheel used by painters, violet and purple are both placed between red and blue. Purple occupies the space closer to red, between crimson and violet. Violet is closer to blue, and usually less intense and bright than purple.

What is the original ending to Snow White?

Unlike the Disney adaptation of Snow White, the original fairy-tale penned by the Grim Brothers has a much more gruesome ending. At the end, the wicked queen is punished for trying to kill Snow White. She receives an invitation to Snow and the prince’s wedding where she is presented with a pair of red-hot iron shoes and is forced to dance until she drops dead.

Do cashew nuts come from a fruit?

The top end of the cashew apple is attached to the stem that comes off the tree. The bottom end of the cashew apple attaches to the cashew nut, which is encased in a shell. In botanical terms, the cashew apple is an accessory fruit that grows on the cashew seed (which is the nut).

How many miles can a car go on empty?

A gas-guzzling Ford Excursion can drive an average of 85 miles after the fuel light comes on. A hybrid Toyota Prius, however, can only squeeze an extra 55 miles out of its tank. A Honda Civic can get an extra 44 miles on empty while a Toyota Corolla gets an average of 47 miles on empty.

Why is misses spelled Mrs?

Mrs. originated as a contraction of the honorific Mistress, the feminine of Mister, or Master, which was originally applied to both married and unmarried women. The split into Mrs. for married women from Ms. and Miss began during the 17th century.

How is Sake made?

“Sake is made in a double fermentation process that has more in common with beer brewing.” Sake begins with special short-grain sake rice that has been polished to remove some of its outer layers. The rice is fermented by a fungus, and simultaneously by yeast. It is usually aged for about six months.

Why do crackers have holes in them?

If the holes are too close together, the cracker will end up being extra dry and hard, due to too much steam escaping. If the holes end up being too far apart, parts of the cracker will rise a bit forming little bubbles on the surface of the cracker, which is undesirable in most types of crackers.