|EDSEL||About 110,000 of the eponymous cars were sold in three years, well below expectations, and production ended with the 1960 model.|
|SEAL||The vocalist was born as Seal Henry Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel on February 19, 1963.|
|KORBUT||Olga Korbut, the first gymnast to perform a backward somersault on the balance beam, also earned a silver medal in the uneven parallel bars, and her country took the team gold.|
|CANADA||The Iroquois still live in Ontario and Quebec.|
|BARRIE||Scottish novelist James M. Barrie donated the book's copyright to London's Great Ormond Street Hospital in his will.|
|HEXAGON||Its size is six times that of an equilateral triangle with the same side length.|
Quiz Quilt Answer: ARABLE (Fourth letters going up)
Arable land is suitable for growing and sowing crops.