Pettibone. Mr. Pettibone is Goofy’s pet kitten who appeared in Mickey Mouse Works (in the short “Goofy’s Big Kitty”) and in Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. When did Figaro become Minnie’s cat? From 1943 to 1950, he appeared in 8 Disney shorts as Minnie’s pet. After that, he wasn’t seen again untilRead More →

Symbols of Autumn Red, Orange, and Yellow Leaves – Autmun is characterized by red, orange, and yellow leaves on trees, signalling the end of their lives. … Baskets – Baskets are seen to represent autumn because fall is the season of harvesting. … Apples and Grapes – During this season,Read More →

The name of this order Lepidoptera is due to the presence of the scales. The head, thorax, abdomen, wings, and legs are covered with minute scales, are lamellar or blade-like, and are attached with a pedicel, while other forms may be hair-like or specialized as the secondary sexual characteristics. WhatRead More →

The name Ashley is of Old English origin and means “ash tree.” It was originally a surname denoting someone who lived near an ash tree clearing. It is comprised of the Old English words æsc and leah. What does the name Ashley mean in the Bible? The baby name AshleyRead More →

Vasco Núñez de Balboa (Spanish pronunciation: ; c. 1475 – around January 12–21, 1519) was a Spanish explorer, governor, and conquistador. What does Baboa mean? : a broad-trunked tropical tree (Adansonia digitata) of the silk-cotton family that is native to Africa and has an edible acidic fruit resembling a gourdRead More →

Xylocaine and lidocaine (also known as lignocaine), are different names for the same medicine – which is used as to stop pain during dental procedures. It is only called Xylocaine Dental in this leaflet. What is lignocaine used to treat? LIDOCAINE (LYE doe kane) is an anesthetic. It causes lossRead More →

Note to The Tempest , 2.1. 77 “widow Dido” Dido, Queen of Carthage, who founded a empire which rivaled Rome, and who committed suicide when deserted by Æneas, was indeed a widow when Æneas arrived on her shores, but that is not important to the famous story about her andRead More →

Taranto is known for the large population of dolphins and other cetaceans living near these islands. Another bay, called Mar Piccolo (Little Sea), is formed by the peninsula of the old city and has flourishing fishing. … Because of the presence of these two bays, Taranto is also called “theRead More →

Short form of the Germanic Adelheid and its, meaning “noble kind or type” comes from the Old German adal “noble” and heid “kind or type”. Heidi is the name of the title character in the children’s story written by Johanna Spyri in 1880. Is Henrietta a biblical name? Henrietta isRead More →

The name Gabriella is of Spanish, Italian origin and means “God is my strength.” It is the feminine version of Gabriel, which derives from the Hebrew Gavri’el, composed of gever (strong) and ‘el (referring to God). Is Gabriella an angel name? Gabriella is the female Latinate form of Gabriel, anRead More →