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Each of th­ese is a quiz ques­tion in its own right, but the an­swers con­nect to a com­mon theme, which could be any­thing from plumb straight­for­ward to bizarrely lat­eral. 1. With ref­er­ence to a US con­sti­tu­tional amend­ment, when a wit­ness says “I refuse to an­swer on the grounds that I may in­crim­i­nate my­self”, he or she is (in­for­mally) said to be plead­ing what? 2. Which in­fec­tious disease (tech­ni­cally ery­thema in­fec­tio­sum), also re­ferred to as slapped cheek syn­drome, is called “ap­ple sick­ness” in Ja­pan and “but­ter­fly pox” in Hun­gary? 3. What do you call a group of peo­ple who un­der­mine a larger group, such as a na­tion or a be­sieged city, from within – with ac­tiv­i­ties that are ei­ther clan­des­tine or overt? 4. What myth­i­cal sub­stance, also called quin­tes­sence or aether, could you add to earth, fire, wind and wa­ter? 5. Which is con­sid­ered to be Beethoven’s most fa­mous and best­known sym­phony?

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