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U. S. Men's Track & Field Gold Medalists
These 10 American competitors came home Olympic champions.
Match each American river on the left with the larger river into which it flows.
Vocabulary Builder 2
What is the definition of each adjective below?
Shakespeare: Male and Female Parts
Pair the male and female characters who are major players in the same work by the Bard of Avon.
Next Number, Please
Score a perfect 10 by finding the next number in each sequence.
'60's Hits: The Lyrics
From that era when the British invaded the American charts comes this
of unforgettable lyrics and songs.
10 great nicknames for 10 athletic greats make a sports trivia challenge.
More Music Men
Their music still plays long after the curtain has fallen.
From the German
These German words are now part of our English vocabulary.
Lives on Film--The Women
Which woman had her story told in each movie biography?
Categorically Speaking of People, #2
Can you pair the real or fictional people who are famous for the same reason?
Good and hard, that is; this
of 10 words ending in UM tests the solver's vocabulary.
Oscar Winners: Best Picture and Best Director
Match the Oscar-winning film with the director who also won the Academy Award for his work.
National Spelling Bee Winning Words
The winning words in the National Spelling Bee may be harder to define than to spell.
Greek and Roman Gods
Pair each Greek god on the left with his Roman version on the right.
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?
More Match Quizzes
More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
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