Friday, May 4, 2007

Founding Feathers



Thanks to Doak for the title of this entry as well as the question.

"Besides the eagle, the dove, and the turkey, seven kinds of birds are mentioned in 1776. . we're not counting 'gulled' but one of the seven is part of an adjective phrase. five are spoken; two are sung. (And don't include 'eaglet' either, since the adult's already been counted.) What are they?

On another note, here is yesterday's question:

"There is something peculiar about the opening notes of 'He plays the violin'-the notes that accompany the first four words, the words in the title. What is it?"

1 comment:

Kate Savoie said...

please answer the questions... i always read them, am intrigued, but never find out what the answers are. :(