1. What falls on your head and can be between 0.5mm and 8mm across? 2.
Which composer had 20 children, several of whom also became composers? 3.
In 1797, John Hetherington was arrested for causing a public panic. His crime was to wear "a tall structure having a shining luster calculated to frighten timid people". What was it? 4. A protein-rich food called BP5 is a staple of the world's aid agencies. What is it? 5. What is unusual about the chow-chow dog's tongue?
May 23 answers: 1. Hippies; 2. Americans; 3. Pruning hooks; 4. Harry Secombe; 5. TimTams.
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