From today's New York Times obituary of Evel Knievel, "When he was 27, he became co-owner of a motorcycle shop in Moses Lake, Wash. To attract customers, he announced he would jump his motorcycle 40 feet over parked cars and a box of rattlesnakes and continue on past a mountain lion tethered at the other end. Before 1,000 people, he did the stunt as promised but failed to fly far enough; his bike came down on the rattlesnakes." See also Animals.
French for "pinch nose," pince-nez are the earpieceless eyeglasses popularized by Theodore Roosevelt. See also Old-Timey.
Beach in Mykonos, Greece slightly down the road from a beach called Paradise. See also European.