Answer: A hurricane
Answer: An apple
More information: Elijah was on so many occasions persecuted by Jezebel.
Answer: Kevin Anderson
More information: Roger Federer was kicked out of the 2018 Wimbledon tournament after losing to Kevin Anderson of South Africa.
Answer: Labor Day
More information: In contrast to May Day, in the United States and Canada Labor Day, is observed in September, though it is still common for these countries to experience labor protests on 1 May.
Answer: Masks and Costumes
More information: Ancient Celts had a belief that wearing masks and costumes will serve as camouflage and therefore prevent evil spirits from seeing them.
Answer: Allen Iverson
More information: Allen Iverson was accused of hitting a woman in the head with a chair during a tumultuous brawl at a bowling alley in 1993. Although evidence against him was ultimately deemed insufficient, undoubtedly his status as the number-one high school basketball player in the country helped get him released early by the Governor of Virginia himself.
Answer: The Jawbone of an ass
More information: Samson had the might and power of 1,000 men. With this, he used a mere jawbone of an ass (donkey) to kill a1000 Philistines at Lehi.
More information: Paul Hubbard (1871-1946) suffered from deafness. He created the huddle so that he can hear teammates better and hide plays from the defending squad.
Answer: Russell Westbrook
More information: Russell Westbrook's achievement of a triple-double (21 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists) against the Portland Trailblazers on 12 February 2019 was his tenth straight game doing such, breaking Wilt Chamberlain's previous record of nine consecutive set in 1968.
More information: In the USA, the national body that governs the game of tennis is known as the United States Tennis Association (USTA). It was established in 1881.
Answer: The Man with No Name
More information: Blondie was also called "the Man with No Name" due to never officially receiving one throughout the Dollars Trilogy.
Answer: Game Link Cable
More information: The Game Link Cable, released in 1989 alongside the Game Boy, allowed two of these devices to be connected to perform a multitude of functions such as multi-player and item trading.
Answer: Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan
More information: Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, both American internationals beat the pair of Leander Paes and Radek Štěpánek to win the men's doubles 2012 U.S. Open Championship.
More information: The Chameleon's tongue can stretch between 1.5 to two times it's body length. It uses this tongue to catch insects on nearby branches.
Answer: Pan European Game Information
More information: Established in 2003, the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is the system used to give age ratings to videogames in Israel and almost 40 other (primarily European) countries.
Answer: Dr. Pepper
More information: Mr. Pibb was created in the summer of 1972 after The Coca-Cola Company wanted to create a drink that would rival the growing success of Dr Pepper.
Answer: Samuel Norton
More information: The warden of the prison was Samuel Norton.