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Question 11

The triangular cookies traditionally eaten on Purim are named for representing WHAT ASPECT of Haman? (The German name of the food that is commonly used in English has a different meaning from the Hebrew term. The German one can be translated in two different ways. Any of these three is acceptable.)

pockets/pouches (German "hamantaschen") or ears (Hebrew "oznay Haman")