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October 2003-January 2004

Name That State
Actually, decide how each U.S. State got its name in this Match Quiz..

Numbers Game 2
We ask the "How many?" question 10 more times.

'80s TV: The Supporting Characters
Pair each character with the 1980's television show in which he or she featured.

European Islands
Of which country in Europe is the island or island group part?

Match the U. S. Senator with his or her home state.

All My EX's Live in ...
... this Match Quiz. Pair each Ex- word with its meaning.

Family Affair
From the our family to yours we send seasonal greetings in puzzle form: match the TV family and the show in which they featured.

Better Known As ...: The Actors
His family knows him as the man on the left, we know him as the star on the right.

The Sounds of Christmas
Lyrics from popular seasonal songs match the song titles in All-Star Puzzles' Christmas songbook.

The King's English -- Clothing
English is English, right? Wrong! This pairs the Jolly Olde and American names for the same items of apparel.

Numbers Game
We ask the "How many?" question 10 times.

Mad Ave. at Work
Can you pair each well-known ad slogan with the company whose campaigns featured it?

A River Runs Through It
Which American river runs through which American city?

Oscar Songs
Give yourself a gold statuette when you put the Academy Award-winning song into its movie.

TV Sitcom Characters--The Women
Can you match the comedy role with the actress who plays her so perfectly?

Don't GRowl if you can't pair the GR word with its meaning on the first try.

Sitcom Settings
Match the TV sitcom with the city in which it "takes place."

007's Foes
In which film did each villain battle Bond, James Bond?

Where in Europe Are ...?
Get an "A" in Match Quiz geography by locating each trio of cities in its home European country.

"J" Word Origins
From which other language did English derive each "J" word?

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More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
1064-1045 1044-1025 1024-1005 1004-985 984-965 964-945 944-925
924-905 904-885 884-865 864-845 844-825 824-805 804-785
784-765 764-745 744-725 724-705 704-685 684-665 664-645
644-625 624-605 604-585 584-565 564-545 544-525 524-505
504-485 484-465 464-445 444-425 424-405 404-385 384-365
364-345 344-325 324-305 304-285 284-265 264-245 244-225
224-205 204-185 184-165 164-145 144-125 124-105 104-85
84-65 64-45 44-25 24-5 4-1
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