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October 2007-January 2008


___ and the ___: '60s Version
Match the lead singer with his or her hit-making group.


2007 #1 Non-Fiction Bestsellers
Who authored each New York Times #1 bestselling non-fiction book?


Word IQ
You won't have to be a Mensa member to define these 10 words containing IQ.


#1 Hits--Body Parts
Match the Billboard Hot 100 #1 song with a body part in its title to the artist or group that made it.


Unrequited Love
Match each fictional man with the woman for whom he yearns through much or all of the novel in which they are characters.




Larger Than the Capital
Which city on the left is larger than its country's capital on the right?


Actress Oscar Pairs
Match the pair of movies that produced Best Actress and/or Best Supporting Actress Academy Awards for the same Hollywood star.


Complete the Christmas Carol
Fill in the lyrical blanks and enjoy the season.


The Wacky Neighbors
The TV couples on the left are hilarious themselves, but their neighbors on the right double the audience's fun.


Famous U. S. Thoroughfares
Can you pair each noted American thoroughfare with the city through which it runs?




A Man and His Horse
Match each Western hero of TV, film, or literature with his equine partner.


Modern-Day Monarchs
Over which country does each present-day monarch reign?


Canals of the World
Pair the Canal with the two bodies of water it connects.


Just What the DR. Ordered
A vocabulary quiz of word beginning DR.


More Comedy Spinoffs
Which TV comedy spun off which other TV comedy?




Collective Nouns: The Birds
We all know A Flock of Seagulls, but in what group does each bird gather?


The Dons
Where did each real-life Mob Boss have his "territory"?


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.



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