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Most Populous U. S. Cities
We all know New York is the largest American city, but which cities are ranked 2nd-11th according to Infoplease?
Going, Going, Gone!
These companies were big in their field before either going bankrupt or being merged into bigger entities.
Madison Avenue at Work, Again
Match each commercial slogan with the company that has used it in its ads.
"Competition" TV Show Winners
Who was a winner on each reality television program?
An Across-the-Pond Slang Sampler
Do you fancy a try at matching each of these oft-used British terms with what it means?
Novelty Songs, Too
What artist(s) made unusual tune a big chart success?
Big Beer Brands
From which country does each bestselling beer come?
The Medieval Castle
The sum is certainly greater than the parts in today's puzzle.
Where to Watch Your Favorite TV Show
Use your remote and tune to the television or cable network that features each drama or comedy.
Do You Know Jack?
If you do, you'll be able to identify these fictional characters named Jack.
A Salty Vocabulary Quiz
No, no "salty language" here, just words beginning Na or Cl to define.
Famous Neighborhoods and Districts of the World
Which city claims each noted area as a major part of its attraction to tourists and/or residents?
Best Actor Oscar Roles and Movies
Match the role and movie for which an actor won the Best Actor Academy Award.
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?
Pair the name of a geographical feature on the right to the names of two of the same feature on the left.
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