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What is the full saying Neither rain nor sleet nor hail?

"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds".This is an unofficial creed or motto of the United States Postal Service.

What did Washington die of?

Washington died of a cold or sore throat after making the morning rounds of his plantation. This was part of his routine and even though it was cold and raining he refused to stay home. This made his cold worse and within two days was dead. He was given a Masonic funeral at Mt. Vernon while Martha watched from an upstairs bedroom window.

How are shell casings left behind at officer Tippits' murder when Oswald was firing a revolver?

Maybe he dumped the shells (a stupid move for any assasin) but then again looking at the facts he had a .38 Special Smith and Weston Model 10 that he bought along with the Caracano that was used in the attempt on General Walkers life a few years before JFK assasination. The Model 10 holds 6 rounds in the cylinder, he fired four. So that's saying that he hand ejected four shells left 2 live rounds in and started to reload. To keep in mind Lee H. Oswald was an ex Marine, so he would have been trained to keep a fully loaded sidearm, maybe as he remembered his training started to reload fearing that that other officers were near by and another firefight would insue, as he was reloading perhaps he panicked and ran ( there are reports of a man running at top pin with a revolver in hand) he was found with the weapon in his possesion. A funny fact he was a terrible shot in the Marines, he missed the General from 100 yards.

Who killed Egyptian president Anwar Sadat in 1981?

Anwar El Sadat was killed by the main assassin lieutenant Khalid Islambouli, Abdel-Hamid Abdel-Salam, Atta Tail and Hussein Abbas, a volunteered sergeant and the owner of the first deadly bullets. during the annual victory parade held in Cairo to commemorate Egypt's crossing of the Suez Canal, he " Khalid Islambouli " strode forward. Sadat stood to receive his salute, whereupon, Islambouli lobbed three grenades at Sadat, only one of which exploded, and additional assassins rose from the truck, firing assault rifle rounds into the stands hitting Sadat. After Sadat fell to the ground, people threw chairs around him to protect him from the hail of bullets.

What did the British take over after Charles town?

Charles town was a "suburb" of Boston so when they came into Boston after the Boston Tea Party and closed the harbor it was just a matter of troops taking over. Boston was in a siege state and this would continue for months. It got so bad in Boston that the people were burning church pews to keep warm when winter hit. The British held Charelstown that was largely in ruins and Bunker Hill with 11,000 troops in the area. In the harbor off Long Wharf were 3 ships of the line with 50 guns or more. The main concentration of American troops were at Prospect Hill and gunpowder was low. Little gunpowder was made in the colonies and there was only enough for about 9 rounds per man. One report states that the "sound of British shells overhead was like the flock of geese."

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