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As we look forward to 2003, we offer this Word Search of 38 things people look forward to in their lives.
Famous People -- I
While we're on the subject of EYEs, here are 33 famous people whose names begin with I.
The Eyes Have It
Can you Eye the 92 words and phrases in this puzzle containing EYE?
Oh, how the 55 Gems sparkle and shine in today's gem of a Word Search.
Characters of Christmas
On the screen, on the page, or in song, these 77 Characters have brightened our Christmases through the years.
Take a winter break on one of these 39 bright-blue spots. (And not a Great White in sight.)
Put on a little Jaws music and solve this Word Search with 73 kinds of Sharks swimming around in it.
Things That Go Round
What goes round comes round, at least with the 49 things in this Word Search Puzzle.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Word Search
A big puzzle for a big book: 89 people, places, and things in the life and times of Harry Potter, Wizard.
Speaking of Pie, can you find these 66 words and phrases containing PIE?
32 kinds of pies make a delicious dessert for Word Search solvers.
A Thanksgiving Word Search
With this puzzle of 53 things related to our national day of celebration, All-Star Puzzles wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving.
In the Country
... you'll find these 51 rural sights.
"Pow!" "Biff!" Holy Word Search, solver, we've hidden 33 of the villains from the campy TV show in this puzzle.
... your time and you will find 114 words and phrases that follow "Take" to make common expressions.
Men of the Sea can't go to sea on horseback, so here are 46 Famous Ships ready to sail.
Men of the Sea
Sail through this Word Search of 47 noted seamen of fact and fiction.
If you went Halloweening as a Skeleton, you showed these 40 kinds of bones.
The Big Halloween Word Search
Haven't picked a Halloween costume yet? Don one of these 114 disguises and go Trick or Treating.
You can find these 37 Palindromic words and names backward or forward--or forward or backward.