This one is tough even though we named each category.
Count yourself a genius if you can get ten right.
An example to get you started: (answer is at the bottom):
WHAT IS: CATEGORY:
34 = H L on a L P Everyday miscellany
[Clue] Draw to a straight.
WHAT IS: CATEGORY:
A) 47 = S on a H Music
Send me a wire.
B) 55 = H P N in B Sports
How's the weather up there?
C) 7 3/8 = O on a P Music
I'm tickled to hear it.
D) 4 = A in an A J Food
Nuts to you.
E) 0 = G to an A Religion
F) 2 = G on a P R Entertainment
Side by side.
G) 0 = D Q M People
H) 2 = P in a L-A C Science
Shorts get the juices flowing.
I) 1 = M on a S Maritime
How many poles does it take to break wind?
J) 3 = D in a V (M C) Communications
Play it again, Sam.
K) 3 of 4 = K B K American history
Luck of the Irish.
L) 28 = S in M Geography
Capable of out-lying Texans.
M) 13 = S on the C F American history
Hanging by a thread.
N) 20 = L O M in C Games
Any journey begins with the 1st step.
O) 36 = D on the H American history
Bad day in New Jersey.
P) -282 = E of D V Geography
How's the weather down there?
Q) 10 = R I Science
Seeing is deceiving.
R) 38 = P A to S Literature
Most people get theirs in high school.
S) 632 = S M in L Geography
T) 56 = S of the D of I American history
U) 0 = C A D Military
Suppose they held a war and nobody came?
V) 1.8288 = M to a F Maritime
Too shallow for Mark Twain.
W) 50000 = C C U P C Food
Life preservers don't come free.
X) 16 = D in a V C N Business
Identifying plastic people.
Y) 3,245,800 = K F C P N Business/Government
Only you can squeeze my breasts, white man.
Z) 9 = D L on an E C Medicine
The best go to the bottom.
(Answer to example: 34 = H L on a L P: Horizontal Lines on a Legal Pad)
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