That question has puzzled astronomers for decades, but a new study published just last week may have the answer.
He said the next thing he remembered was that he was out of the car bleeding and puzzled by his two bullet wounds.
But even as puzzled local residents shrugged off the rare 5.8-magnitude earthquake, Washington quickly mobilized.
Even reptile experts are puzzled, Christine Pelisek reports.
A puzzled cantor lifted his head up and a bewildered congregation turned their eyes to their leader.
Many a time Myrtle had puzzled herself about the mystery of the old desk.
She is puzzled; she is lonely; she has no one to direct her conscience.
It puzzled them when the strip of water widened between the steamer and the pier.
But there was a puzzled look on his face as he lit his cigar.
His reference to a "solatium" puzzled me, but it did not seem anything of consequence.
c.1600, "state of being puzzled," from puzzle (v.); meaning "perplexing question" is from 1650s; that of "a toy contrived to test one's ingenuity" is from 1814.