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April-July 2005


Ad Campaigns: the Tummy
For which product did each slogan become a common expression?


Comedy Turns -- the Actors
Can you match each character in a hit comedy with the actor who made him so funny?


And the Winner Is ...
... the solver of this trivia quiz pairing Awards and the field for which each is a top prize for achievement.


Great American Characters and Their Creators
Which author created each of these memorable fictional characters.


Modern Marvels
In which year was each of these American marvels completed?




One-Hit Wonders of the '80's
One big hit and then it was not so "Hot Hot Hot" for these Top 10 artists.


More Foreign Money
Score 10 yen in this high finance trivia quiz by pairing a country and its unit of currency.


Second Bananas--The '60's
Match each pair of supporting characters who added to the comedy of a '60's TV hit.


More Numerical Sequences
Can you figure out the next number in each sequence in today's Match Quiz?


Great Battles
In what modern country is each Historical Battlefield located?




A Dickens of a Quiz
Pair each memorable character with the Charles Dickens novel in which he appears.


Show Me the Money's Obverse Side
What is on the back of each U.S. coin or bill?


Greatest Songs of Country Music -- Male Artists
According to Country Music Television in 2003, these are 10 of country music's 100 best all-time songs.


American Poets and Their Poems
Which poet on the left penned the classic poem on the right?


Turn of the 19th Century
In what turn of the 19th century year did each significant event occur?




Where in the World Are ...?
Can you match each pair of Asian cities with their country?


Sports Moving Day
Each current major sports team on the left was formerly which franchise on the right?


In Good Co.
You'll be in really-good-vocabulary company if you match each Co... word with its definition.


And All That Jazz
Are you hip to the instrument "blown" by each jazz legend?


The Comics: Secondary Characters in the Classics
Each character on the left is part of the fun in the classic comic strip on the right.



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