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November 2002-January 2003


Categorically Speaking of People
Each person on the left is famous for the same reason as a person on the right.


Kids' Classics
Match each well-read book for children with its author.


What Is a ...?
Each S word on the left has a more common meaning.


Almost Presidents
Pit the President against the man he defeated for the nation's highest office.


A Mammal By Any Other Name
Match each unusual mammal with its description.




They Said It in the Movies, Short But Sweet Edition
In which film was each memorable phrase uttered?


___ and the ___
Make music by combining the lead singer with the group he or she fronts.


Bowl Games
The grandaddy of all college football bowl games, the Rose Bowl, is played in Pasadena. Where are these other post-season matchups held?


Do-Re-Mi-FA.
Connect each word beginning with FA to its synonym.


Christmas Characters
Seasonal word association: Ebenezer Scrooge ... A Christmas Carol. Can you associate these other characters with the Christmas classics in which they star?




City Nicknames
Can you match each U.S. city with its nickname in the righthand column.


Who Is ...
Can you come up with the actual name of each title character?


Varieties Are the Spice of ... Fruit
A variety variety puzzle: pit the variety on the left with the generic fruit on the right.


Disney Villain(esse)s
Pair the deliciously dastardly character with the Disney movie he or she darkens.


Categorically Speaking
Each entity on the left fits the same category as an entity on the right.




The Not-His-Or-Her-Greatest American Novel
Besides their numerous noted works, these great American writers authored these lesser-known works.


Greek Gods and Goddesses
Pair the god or goddess with his or her realm.


Early TV: The Supporting Characters
Match each secondary character with the television program in which he or she appeared.


Who Was President When ... ?
... each of these historical events occurred?


From the Latin
What do these Latin phrases now a part of the English language mean?



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