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December 2005-March 2006


Greek and Roman Gods
Pair each Greek god on the left with his Roman version on the right.


Commemorative Coins
What is on the back of each state's U.S. Mint commemorative quarter?


Count to 10
... and match the statistic on the right with the correct number.


More From the Latin
Can you pair 10 more Latin phrases surviving in modern English with what they mean


Surnames Originating as Occupations
Obviously, Clarks were clerks and Keelers were bargemen; can you match these other names with their original "jobs?"




The Dewey Decimal System
Every library has the chart at the end of each aisle; do you remember what is where?


Phobias: Still Scared
After trying another trivia toughie on this subject, the solver will definitely need treatment for allstarpuzzlesphobia.


Directorial Debuts
Some famous directors hit it big with their first full-length features; for others, success waited in the wings.


The Interstates
Can you drive from one end to the other of each interstate highway?


Pasta
You add the sauce to this trivia puzzle by matching the pasta with its actual meaning in Italian.




Where the Set is Set 2
Pair the television comedy with the real city in which it "takes place."


Shakespearean Expressions
The Bard has enriched the language with many figures of speech, including these from his various works.


A River Runs Through It, Old World Version
Through which historical European city does each river run?


What's for Dinner?
If we say "risotto," will you know it's rice cooked in meat stock with onions, cheese, etc.?


And the Number Is ...
A 10 on this one will be tough: What number on the right fits the description on the left?




English Literature: Notable Lines of Poetry
In which well-known poem are the famous lines written?


More Sounds of Christmas
They've been playing since November, so you should be able to match these lyrics from popular seasonal songs with the song titles.


'60s TV: The Supporting Characters
Pair each character with the 1960's television program in which he or she played a supporting part.


Another Pretty-Darn-Tough World Capitals Match Quiz
You're really a geography expert if you know the Capital cities in this Match Quiz.


PER Antonyms
Pair each word beginning with PER with its antonym on the right.



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