Sunday Puzzle: Categorically Speaking In this week's challenge, each clue is a thing that belongs to two categories. Name something that's in both.

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Sunday Puzzle: Categorically Speaking

# Sunday Puzzle: Categorically Speaking

#### Sunday Puzzle: Categorically Speaking

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On-air challenge: Each clue is a thing that belongs to two categories. Name something that's in both categories.

For example: U.S. city + Large mammal --> BUFFALO

1. Country + Large bird

2. Country + Popular wedding gift

3. University + Color

4. Insect + Sport

5. Card game + Construction project

6. Vice president + Foreign money

7. Fruit + Company on the Dow Index

8. Comic strip + Snack food

9. Breed of dog + Athlete in a particular sport

10. Alcoholic drink + Tool

11. & 12. [2 answers] Planet + Bygone make of automobile

Last week's challenge: Last week's challenge came from listener Steve Baggish of Arlington, Mass. Think of two synonyms — one in 5 letters, the other in 4. The 5-letter word starts with S. The 4-letter word contains an S. Change one of these S's to an A. You can rearrange the result to name a group of people, in 9 letters, that ideally have those two adjectives describe them. What group is it?