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September-December 2008


DO You Know What These Words Mean?
Pair each word beginning DO with its definition.


#1 Hits--In the City
Which song did each non-musical star take to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100?


Famous Opening Lines
What noted novel begins with each first line or phrase?


When Did They Join the Union?
In what year did each state become part of the United States?


The Bond Girls
With the new James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, just out, we remember 007's favorite ladies from past films.




Where in the World Are These Islands?
Match each island with the body of water surrounding it.


Mo' Words to Define
Pair each MO word with its meaning.


"Firsts" for American Women
Sarah Palin may achieve another female "first" tomorrow, but these women have already led the way.


Novelty Song Hits
What artist(s) made each funny tune a chart success?


Sports Stars 2008
What athlete today stars in each sport?




Famous Poems -- American Poets
Match each American poetry favorite with its author.


Atlantic Ocean Ports
In what country is each port whose ships ply the Atlantic Ocean?


Presidential Foes
Pair the two men who ran against the same candidate for President.


Musicals--Female Characters
Which character on the right is major in each musical?


Meters
What does each meter measure?




#1 Hits--In the City
Pair the Billboard Hot 100 #1 song with an urban feature in its title with the artist or group recording it.


More Latin American Capitals
Pair each nation south of the U.S. with its capital city.


Famous Poems by British Poets
Which British poet penned each noted verse?


Presidential Campaign Slogans
Now that the coventions are over, try your knowledge of past elections by pairing the slogan with the candidate.


10 More of Time's 100 Best English-Language Novels Since 1923
Who wrote each novel on Time Magazine's list?



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