The interior angles of this 2D shape always sum to 180 degrees. (At least, in Euclidean space.)
In 1960, Guinness started making this lager named after a national emblem of Ireland.
Typically marked on sheet music with a p, this direction suggests the performer should play softly.
This term is given to a long, parallel ridge made by advancing or receding glaciers scraping a giant boulder across the earth.
The General Assembly, the Security Council, and the International Court of Justice are all examples of this type of subdivision of the United Nations.