These sixteen words can be divided into four groups of four, each of which has something in common. What are the groups, and what are the connections between them?
Dan Russell got two categories:
Slang for money: Cheddar, Scratch, Bread, Bone.
Tarot cards: Strength, Justice, Temperance, Death.
The other two categories are:
Words written with accents: Café, Québec, Naïve, Ångström.
Circles: Circle of Willis, Circle(s) of Hell, Circle of Fifths, Circle of Life.
I think I've got this one.
The Willis Towers Watson company (a global multinational risk management, insurance brokerage and advisory company with offices in the Quebec city of Montreal) is right across the street from the Premium By Presse Cafe (see image), which serves many food dishes including classic sandwiches (which include bread of course). View their menu.
Life or Death
When death begins, life ends; certain dead people (those who lack temperance) often go to hell.
Naive people (either those whose minds lack strength or those who don’t help to bring justice to the world) never possess the knowledge of what an angstrom is.
A hunk of Cheddar cheese can be cut into fifths, scratched with a knife blade (which makes it melt faster), and finally melted onto a boneless chicken thigh for a delicious dinner.