Test Your Knowledge With The Sunday Puzzle Puzzlemaster Will Shortz tests NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Wesley Hamlin from New Castle, Del., with a tricky word challenge.

## Test Your Knowledge With The Sunday Puzzle

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Test Your Knowledge With The Sunday Puzzle

# Test Your Knowledge With The Sunday Puzzle

## Test Your Knowledge With The Sunday Puzzle

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On-air challenge: Every answer today is the name of an airline. Name each one from its anagram.

Ex. ALL + E (2 words) i—> EL AL
2. TUNED + I
3. SANTA + Q
4. CARMINE + A
5. FOR RENT + I
6. STEAMER + I
7. LEAF ROT + O
8. HALF NUTS + A

Last week's challenge: From listener Warren Bergmann of Brownsville, Wis: Name a familiar medical procedure in 9 letters. You can rearrange these letters to name two people who might get this procedure. The answer consists of informal names for these people. Who are they?

Puzzle answer: mammogram = "mom" and "gramma"

Puzzle winner: Wesley Hamlin from New Castle, DE

Next week's challenge: This week's challenge comes from listener Steve Baggish of Arlington, Mass. Take the brand name of a product that's usually consumed in the morning. Drop the first two letters and read the remaining letters backward. You'll get a word associated with the evening. What is the brand, and what's the word?