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February-May 2012

Tennis Terms
We've served up a 10-term quiz that both court fans and non-fans can solve.

English Literature Triplets: Novels
Can you triple up the three novels written by the same great writer from the British Isles?

An Even Tougher Animal Groups Quiz
"BIRDS of a feather FLOCK together" would definitely read more strangely with any animal-group pairing from this puzzle.

From the Russian
Can you define these words that came into English usage from Russian?

They Lost the Battle and the War
Which historical leader(s) suffered disastrous defeat in each battle?

The Great Music Match
Who composed each very famous piece of music?

Geography Triplets
Pair the name of a geographical feature on the right to the names of two of the same feature on the left.

Clothing from the Past
What is each article of wear in our fashion show covering the years up to 1800?

The Men in the "Man" Movies
Which actor starred as the title character of each film on the left?

A Baseball Mini-Glossary
Baseball has always had its own slang. Can you pair each National Pastime term with what it means?

It's _ATIC
Can you define each word in this vocabulary quiz of adjectives that define?

Ethnic Peoples
Pair each population with the region where they live.

Famous Pairs of Ancient Lore and Literature
Which two fabled characters "go together like a horse and carriage"?

Who Said It?: Famous Movie Lines
Can you match each memorable line from AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Movie Quotes list with the character who made it famous?

River Capitals
Which major river flows through each capital city on the left?

Dancing Through the Decades
Which dance swung into popular use during each decade of the 20th century?

Best Characters in Fiction Since 1900--The Authors
Which noted author created each of the 10 Characters who are in the top 100 selected in Book Magazine's March/April 2002 issue?

What's for Dinner
What are you eating when you sample one of these fine world foods?

U. S. State Capitals and Largest Cities
Match each state capital with its state's largest city.

Home, Home on the Range
You're definitely at home if you know the terms used by cowboys and others to name land features in the American West.

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More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
1017-998 997-978 977-958 957-938 937-918 917-898 897-878
877-858 857-838 837-818 817-798 797-778 777-758 757-738
737-718 717-698 697-678 677-658 657-638 637-618 617-598
597-578 577-558 557-538 537-518 517-498 497-478 477-458
457-438 437-418 417-398 397-378 377-358 357-338 337-318
317-298 297-278 277-258 257-238 237-218 217-198 197-178
177-158 157-138 137-118 117-98 97-78 77-58 57-38
37-18 17-1
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