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February-May 2005


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.




Great Paintings
Can you paint a pretty picture by pairing each famous painting with its artist?


From the French
These Franco-phrases have entered our English vocabulary.


Ready for Take Off
You'll have a safe landing if you navigate to the name associated with each city's airport.


The Music Men
These Broadway composers gave us music that lives on long after the show closes.


Sluggers
Hit a grand slam by putting each baseball basher with the team for which he won multiple home run titles.




Fast Food Menu
Count the calories with these signature sandwiches from national fast food chains.


American Novels
Match each major work with its noted American author.


The Other Amendments
Pair each Amendment added to the Constitution after the Bill of Rights with what it does.


And Not a Drop To Drink
Not in these world deserts, that is. Match each with a country where you would dry up in it.


Rolling Stone's Greatest Rock Songs
Can you match each song off the magazine's hit list with its performer(s)?




V Is for Victory
Which you can celebrate after matching each V word with its meaning.


Grand Hotels
Staying at any of these top hotels would be a five-star treat


Second Bananas--The '70's
Match each pair of supporting characters who made a '70's TV comedy hit much more fun.


Defeated Monsters, Inc.
Can you pair each mythological victor with the monster he defeated?


The King's English -- Let's Eat
Once more, English is English, right? No way! This Match Quiz links the British and American names for the same foods.



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