When was the skeleton key invented?

Answer The skeleton key dates back at least to medieval times in Europe, around 1000 C.E., when locksmithing became more common for safeguarding personal possessions. The type of skeleton key popular duri... Read More »

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Who invented the skeleton key?

Although various skeleton keys have been employed since the so-called "Dark Ages," Charles Babbage is credited as the inventor of the skeleton key that can slip by wards in locks.Source:Computer Hi... Read More »

What was the name of the kid's show about an evil skeleton and 3D dimensions and a boy hero the skeleton lived in a big castle thing and had henchmen. and there were amulets to be collected.?

What is a skeleton argument?

A skeleton argument is a document that briefly and concisely outlines to all parties the points that are in issue in a court of law. You cannot substitute a skeleton argument for an oral argument.S... Read More »

Does the skeleton decay?

Bones, whether human or animal, do not decompose like soft tissues and organs. The remaining skeleton of an organism won't decay but is subject to structural weakening and scattering because of out... Read More »