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THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. In medieval England, what was the occupation of someone named Kellogg?

2. What is thunder snow?

3. What famous 19th-century storyteller often left a note at his bedside stating "I only seem dead," for fear he'd be buried alive after being prematurely pronounced dead?

4. Under Jewish law, what implement must be used in handwriting a Torah, the first five books of the Old Testament?

5. When it comes to ships, what's the orlop?

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. A pork butcher. The name is derived from kellen ("to kill" in Old English) plus hog.

2. A rare winter thunderstorm that is accompanied by lightning and a heavy snowfall instead of rain.

3. Danish fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.

4. A feather quill from a kosher bird, usually a goose or a turkey.

5. The lowest deck on ships with four or more decks.

 

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