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Frank Sinatra was offered the lead role in ” Die Hard “.
Before he sang lead vocals for Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne worked in a slaughterhouse.
Smoking can lead to impotence in men.
Firefox web browser’s lead developer is now working for Google Chrome.
In late 19th-Century, millions of American children learned in school that just one taste of alcohol could lead to blindness, madness or even spontaneous combustion.
Men account for 74.4% of lead roles in Hollywood movies.
Led Zeppelin got their name from a fellow musician, who said their band would go down like a “lead balloon.”
When building the Golden Gate Bridge, the lead structural engineer insisted on the installation of a safety net at an exorbitant cost of US$130,000. It saved 19 workers.
The lead singer of Chicago died after he picked up a 9mm pistol, said, “Don’t worry about it… Look, the clip’s not even in it,” then held it to his head and pulled the trigger.
Lead was used as an artificial sweetener in Ancient Rome.
Some volcano eruptions are capable of creating powerful electrical charges that can lead to bolts of lightning as large as two miles long.
Suicide is a crime in Islam. Suicide attempts may lead to prosecution.
Nikola Tesla was able to perform integral calculus in his head, which often lead his teachers to believe he was cheating.
George Washington did not have wooden teeth. They were made of gold, ivory, lead, human and animal teeth.
Al Pacino was offered the role of Han Solo, but turned it down because he “didn’t understand the script.” He also turned down lead roles in Die Hard, Pretty Woman, Beverly Hills Cop and Apocalypse Now.
If a Q-Tip breaks off inside your ear canal, it can lead to fatal otogenic meningitis and brain abscess.
Rats can chew through wood, cement, brick, lead, cinder blocks and aluminum.
Antibiotic resistance could lead to over 10 million deaths per year which could make it a bigger problem than cancer.
Ancient Egyptians rimmed their eyes with kohl, a mixture of lead, copper, burned almonds, and soot, to ward off evil spirits.
While being seriously ill, inventor Nikola Tesla suddenly had an insight which lead to the development of alternating current electrical mechanism.