She is seated.
She is an old woman.
She is bare-headed.
She is not alone.
It was retrieved from the estate of long-time Secretary of State Thad Eure.
It was made from the same wood as the gavel used by House Speaker Thom Tillis.
It was made from a long leaf pine tree cut down in the 1800s.
It came from a house that was “visited” by Sherman’s troops during the Civil War.
The speed of light
Zero point of an atomic clock
Weekly Dungeons & Dragons tournaments
A fully stocked Cold War-era fallout shelter in the basement
The manager’s multi-colored dreadlocks
Gluten-free vegan pizzas
Furloughs for meat inspectors.
Decreased feed supply due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.
New restrictions on slaughter houses’ proximity to residential areas.
Falling commodity prices in China.
An underground loading platform.
Historic photographs decorating the station’s lobby.
Charging stations for electric vehicles.
A rooftop terrace.
Breaking an exclusive contract with Macy’s to open mini shops with another retailer.
Copyright infringement dating back to her first book, Martha Stewart Entertaining.
Cruelty to animals after some of her chickens were used in an Internet video parody.
Failure to pay taxes on her “Skylands” estate in Seal Harbor, Maine.
Fans could bid for a seat on their favorite racer’s sled.
The actual sled dogs did not participate in the event.
Last year’s Iditarod winner served as Grand Marshal.
Snow was trucked in for the event.
How global warming has affected tide levels on the North Carolina coast.
Whether fracking has contaminated ground water.
Acidity levels of area lakes following hurricane-related flooding.
Plagiarism in college admissions essays.