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The Neatest Little Paper Ever Read ®
1. What do you call the finished product of a Halloween carved pumpkin?
2. Who was the founder of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition?
3. What is the nickname given to the uncaught killer of women who struck terror into London’s East End for three months in 1888?
4. What was the name of the son of Isaac and Rebecca? Hint: He was the third patriarch of the Hebrews, and he had a younger twin brother named Esau.
5. What is the largest and most powerful cat in the Western Hemisphere? Hint: It’s also a very smart-looking automobile.
6. In what game, somewhat like handball and played on a three-wall court, do the players wear on their playing hand a narrow, curved wicker basket that is about 2’ long?
7. In what country will you find Montego Bay?
8. You may have a copy of the King __________ Authorized Version of the Bible.
9. Queen Elizabeth II is the monarch of this island country situated in the Caribbean Sea, comprising the third-largest island of the Greater Antilles.
10. What kind of “Dixieland” music did trumpeter Louis Armstrong play?
11. If a man is a contemptibly stupid or foolish person, or a male donkey, he would be a __________.
12. What name is used throughout ancient Hebrew literature, especially in the Bible, as the proper name of God?
13. In what city will you find the famous Wailing Wall?
14. In what city will you find the Dome of the Rock, a Muslim mosque?
15. What religious leader was hailed mockingly as “King of the Jews” in the same city?
16. What do you call the objects, made of a wide variety of materials, that are worn to adorn the body but with a primary purpose other than that of clothing?
17. What Arabic verb means to struggle and persevere, and even wage war, against heretics, unbelievers, and the enemies of the state or Muslim community?
18. What is the largest city in the Republic of South Africa?
19. Who became president the same day John Kennedy was assassinated?
20. What was the name of President Kennedy’s wife?