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A Moustache - November is referred to by some as Movember. Men are encouraged to grow moustaches as a symbol of men's health.What is it that you are supposed to grow in November?

       a. Carrots
       b. Parsley
       c. A Moustache
       d. Winter Wheat


Charles Mason - Charles' inmate number is B33920.Which infamous criminal was born on the 12th of November, 1934?

       a. John Gacy
       b. Charles Mason
       c. Ted Bundy
       d. Al Capone


C.S. Lewis - C S Lewis was born on the 29th of November 1898.Which famous British children's author was born in November?

       a. Ian Fleming
       b. C.S. Lewis
       c. Edgar Rice Burroughs
       d. Charles Dickens


Sagittarius - Leos are born in August.If you were born on the 26th of November, what would your Zodiac sign be?

       a. Leo
       b. Sagittarius
       c. Capricorn
       d. Gemini


Topaz - Aquamarine is March's birthstone.What is the birthstone for November?

       a. Ruby
       b. Garnet
       c. Topaz
       d. Aquamarine


Chrysanthemum - Chrysanthemums can be used to make tea.What is the flower for November?

       a. Orchid
       b. Gardenia
       c. Chrysanthemum
       d. Lilly


11 - This day is called Remembrance Day in many countries.On which day is Veteran's Day celebrated?

       a. 11
       b. 20
       c. 5
       d. 26


Thanksgiving - Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving in October.What holiday do Americans celebrate in the month of November?

       a. Independence
       b. Thanksgiving
       c. Easter
       d. Labor Day


Sara Coleridge - Sara Coleridge was the daughter of the famous poet Samuel Taylor and an author."Dull November brings the blast, then the leaves are whirling fast." Who made this statement?

       a. Sara Coleridge
       b. Mark Twain
       c. Charlotte Bronte
       d. Charles Dumas


James A. Garfield - James Garfield was the 20th President.Which US President was born in November?

       a. John Adams
       b. James A. Garfield
       c. Woodrow Wilson
       d. Jimmy Carter


India - This disaster killed more than 300, 000 people. Which country was hit by a cyclone on the 25th of November, 1839?

       a. India
       b. Jamaica
       c. Japan
       d. Malaysia


Scorpio - Scorpio is the eighth sign in the Zodiac calendar.If you were born on the 6th of November, what would your Zodiac sign be?

       a. Cancer
       b. Aries
       c. Scorpio
       d. Leo


Alzheimer - This month is also recognized as being national diabetes month.Which disease is recognized in November?

       a. Alzheimer
       b. Cancer
       c. Lupus
       d. Muscular Dystrophy


Drum - Drums are thought to be the oldest kind of instrument in history.November is recognized as being a tribute to which musical instrument?

       a. Piano
       b. Drum
       c. Violin
       d. Trumpet


Sandwich - This day is national sandwich day and housewife day.What should you eat on the 3rd of November?

       a. Sandwich
       b. Pizza
       c. Apple pie
       d. Peanut butter



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