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A Gangster by Any Other Name, Part II
Which notorious criminal was known in Mob and media circles by each nickname?
Medical Terms for Common Conditions
We'll give you the medical term and you give us the name by most people know it.
Single Artists with One Name: #1 Hits
Match each current entertainer with his or her single.
MLB Pitchers Who Played for Only One Team
... and won more than 150 are rare, but we have 10 here.
Civil War Battles: In Which State Did Each Occur
Each of these engagements had a direct, observable impact on the direction, duration, conduct, or outcome of the war.
Movie Taglines: Comedies
Which funny film was advertised with each of the taglines?
Where in the World Are ...?
To which central or eastern European nation would you go to visit each trio of cities?
College Athletic Nicknames: People
Can you pair each college or university with its type-of-person nickname.
Comic Strips: Non-Title Characters
In which comic strip does each set of characters add to the fun?
More City Name Changes
Match the world city's previous name on the left with its current name on the right.
A little babytalk to introduce a puzzle of words beginning MA.
"Timely" #1 Hits
Can you match each Hot 100 chart topper with a "Time" word or phrase in it and the artist(s) who made it #1.
Another Cheesy Trivia Puzzle
Literally! In which country did each cheese originate?
Great TV Police Partnerships
Match each fictional officer with his or her trusted TV partner in crime.
Where in the Midwest Are ...?
Pair each pair of cities with the Midwestern state in which they are located.
Of what basic color are the three shades listed?
We know you'll have no hesitation defining these words beginning ER.
When Was It Invented?
In what (likely) year was each of these inventions made?
One-Hit Wonders of the '60's
Match the #1 hit with the artist or group who had their 15 minutes of chart fame with it.
The Numbers Add Up
Sum the numbers on the left to get the number on the right.
More Match Quizzes
More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
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