Common Ground

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In this week's puzzle, you are given two things and must name what they have in common. Each answer has six letters. For example, given "typewriter" and "Christmas gift," the answer is "ribbon."

Challenge from Last Week: Name two vehicles, put the letter A between them and the result will be a word naming what the two vehicles might be in. Name the vehicles.

The answer: Car and van; caravan.

The winner: Tim Tyckoson of Lake Mary, Fla.

This Week's Challenge: From Ed Peg Jr., who runs Mathpuzzle.com. Using the middle row of letters on a keyboard, name something that has eight stars. Hint: The answer is spelled in 10 letters.

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