1. Who chose as his epitaph: "He was an average guy who could carry a tune"?
2. The edible seeds of an aquatic North American grass are a fashionable and expensive food. What's their name?
3. Which 1970s Dutch footballer was named European footballer of the year three times?
4. What do Jewish people call a bitter wafer made from unleavened bread?
5. A lump of rock, nearly 1,000 km in diameter, was called Ceres in 1801. Where is it?
November 22 answers: 1. Catherine I; 2. The wrist; 3. Erskine Childers; 4. With dessert; 5. Time And Relative Dimension in Space.
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