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January-April 2003


When the Saints Come Marching In
Connect the saint on the left to the group on the right for which he is the patron saint.


Upstairs, Downstairs
Can you pair each TV character with his or her entertaining employee?


The Bill of Rights
Everyone knows his rights. This Match Quiz of Constitutional Amendment to the right it protects will be the judge of that.


The Classic Funny Papers
Can you pair each long-running comic strip with its creator?


African Capitals
Do you know your Dark Continent geography, or will this Match Quiz show you're in the dark?




The Face Is the Same
... only the role is different. Connect the two characters from TV hits played by the same star.


The Cabinet
Everyone knows Secretary of State Colin Powell and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. What about these members of the Bush Cabinet?


Best Actor Oscar Winners
This Sunday, another winner will join these Academy Award winners of the last 20 years.


U.S. Newspapers
Match the major newspaper with the city where it is published.


Opposites Attract
At least here, when you connect the word in the left column to its right-column antonym.




Dramatic Choices
Pair each playwright stage left with his or her Pulitzer-winning drama stage right.


American Battlegrounds
Place each historically important battlefield in its home state.


Birthstones
We all know a few, usually of our loved ones. Can you match them all?


On a First Name Basis
Each television charcter is best known by name to the left; can you give him his less-often used name on the right?


State Nicknames
Which state has each nickname on the right?




Shakespearean Characters and Plays
Place each of the Bard's characters in the work where he or she is a major player.


Worldly (Food-)Wise
Can you find the recipe for each international dish?


Categorically Speaking of People
Each person on the left is famous for the same reason as a person on the right.


Kids' Classics
Match each well-read book for children with its author.


What Is a ...?
Each S word on the left has a more common meaning.



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