1This philosopher argued that belief in God was only logical. If He exists, then the cost of non-belief is one's life. If He does not exist, then there is no harm done is believing in Him still. Therefore, even the slimmest chance of God existing makes the logical choice to believe in Him.
2Duels were popular in 18th century England and America. Enough so that this role was introduced, usually a close friend of a participant, who was responsible for planning and overseeing the showdown.
3This Chevrolet vehicle is by far the best seller in the Canadian plug-in hybrid market.
4Forms of this poetic rhythmic structure include Iambic, Dactylic and Pyrrhic.
5Near the end of his life, this scientist became fascinated with pigeons, including one in particular about whom he wrote, "I loved that pigeon as a man loves a woman, and she loved me. As long as I had her, there was a purpose to my life."