## Sunday Puzzle

The Weekly Quiz From NPR Puzzlemaster Will Shortz

# Look Inside A Famous Person

Each clue is a pair of four-letter words. Each can be found inside the first and last names, respectively, of a famous person. For example, given "rend" and "rase," the answer would be "Brendan Fraser," the actor.

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# A Mother Lode Of Brainteasers

This week's puzzle is an assortment of brainteasers that all have to do with the word "mother." The first challenge: Rearrange the letters of "mothers" to name something you might drink from. The answer: "thermos."

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# Make A Name For Yourself

Every answer is the name of a famous person whose first and last names start with the same letter and end in the same letter. For example, given "the poet who wrote poems about imaginary gardens with real toads in them" and the letters M and E, the answer would be "Marianne Moore."

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# Put The Meaning In Reverse

For each sentence given, change just one letter in one word to reverse the sentence's meaning. For example, given "The guard will not let you through the gate," you would change the T in "not" to a W for, "The guard will now let you through the gate."

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# An Hour Of Our Time

Puzzle master Will Shortz quizzes one of our listeners, and has a challenge for everyone at home. (This week's winner is Albert Tumpson from Beverly Hills, California. He listens to Weekend Edition on member station KPCC in Pasadena, California.)

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