Answers to Diana’s Quiz – July 11, 2015
- Pyewacket is the name of the cat in ‘Bell, Book and Candle’. The original Pyewacket was the familiar spirit of a witch detected by Matthew Hopkins, the British witchfinder general in 1644 in England.
- The hundred pleats in a chef’s toque symbolize the number of ways to cook eggs.
- A cayuse is a horse, especially a native pony of the Cayuse tribes in the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
- Pencil leads are made from graphite.
- ‘Metropolis’ means ‘mother city’ in Greek.