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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. What is a three-let­ter word that means to frighten with threats, vi­o­lence and to in­tim­i­date or over­awe?

2. What do you do when you ped­dle or try to sell things by go­ing from place to place ask­ing peo­ple to buy them?

3. What word is miss­ing from this 1981 state­ment that Pres­i­dent Ron­ald Rea­gan (pic­tured) fa­mously made to his wife Nancy af­ter sur­viv­ing an as­sas­sin’s bul­let: “Honey, I for­got to ____”?

4. What is a com­mon four-let­ter word mean­ing to be able to ac­cept, tol­er­ate or en­dure, and take care of, as in costs? 5. What is to ha­rass or urge per­sis­tently, to pester or nag such as in the way a lawyer treats a wit­ness?

verbs as used names an­i­mal are All link: The Badger 5. Bear 4. Duck 3. Hawk 2. Cow 1. An­swers

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