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July-October 2007


Where in the Western U. S. Would You See ...?
Go sightseeing and match each pair of tourist attractions with the state in which they are found.


In the Museum
... you might find each famous painting by the famous artist.


An Antonym Potpourri
Pair each big adjective with its little antonym.


Early TV Westerns: The Stars
Who played each TV hero in the days when the shoot-'em-ups were in black-and-white?


Rename That City
Pair the old city name on the left with the current name on the right.




Oscar Song Losers
They didn't win Academy Awards, but they're still great songs.


Patron Saints of European Countries
Match each saint to the country for which he or she is patron.


Disney Heroes and Heroines
In which animated film do we meet each wonderful Walt Disney character?


TO Word Origins
From what language did we adopt each word into English?


Numbers Game 4
We ask the "How many?" question another 10 times.




Top-Selling Albums
Each artist on the left sold at least 25,000,000 copies of his or her album on the right.


European Neighbors
Pair each pair of European neighbors.


NFL Player Nicknames
To celebrate the start of the 2007 season, match each great Nickname to the football player famous for it.


Take Two Aspirins and Call Me in the Morning
In which TV show is each Doctor a major character?


'90's Hits: The Lyrics
Match the words to the song that reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.




A Tough Act to Follow
What comes next in each sequence?


Name More Countries
... by matching each nation with the origin of its name.


Wars
Pair each major conflict with the year in which it started.


Define It
Another set of difficult definitions from the dictionary.


The Oscars: Most Recent Best Supporting Actors
These Academy Award winners and their films should be fresh in the memory.



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