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Diner Food Lingo
What kind of food or drink does each of these terms signify to veteran diner employees?
Great Movie Last Lines
These famous final lines capped off some of Hollywood's finest films.
NFL Timeline: the First 50 Years
What major event in league history occurred in each year?
VIctory will be yours if you define all 10 words beginning VI on your first attempt.
Hall of Fame Athletes: Recent Inductees
Into which sport's Hall of Fame has each professional star been inducted in the past five years?
Current Sitcom Characters
On which TV program are each trio of characters?
10 enemies of democracy and the countries under their heavy thumbs.
Rodeo Terms: Bulls, Broncs, Steers, and Calves.
Don't let this mini-glossary of the bone-jarring sport throw you.
Police TV Series Characters
On which TV hit are/were each pair of police officers main characters?
Who Was President When ... ?: The Battles
Who was President when each battle with American soldiers in it took place?
Categorically Speaking: Potpourri
Match the entries on the left and right that best fit into the same category.
Hot 100 #1 Hits: 50-Year-Old Memories
Pair the artists and groups with the songs that took them to the top of the charts in 1962.
Besides being a part of the human body, each word has another meaning.
Clint Eastwood Roles
In which of his films did the superstar play each unforgettable role?
A layered geography challenge: which capital's country on the right borders the countries of each pair of capitals?
C Y we think this is a good vocabulary test.
Animated TV Show Characters
In which TV program are each pair featured as characters?
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.
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