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  • n. Plural form of quiz.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quiz.


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  • Meanwhile, here are three old self-assessment quizzes from a few years ago:

    Quizzes, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Meanwhile, here are three old self-assessment quizzes from a few years ago: Trade Social ...

    EconLog: August 2007 Archives

  • Screen capture, podcasting and the use of quizzes is discussed.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • I hate to admit it, but the quizzes are a good idea.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • There are word quizzes and games as well as the dictionary you would expect.

    Monday Brain « So Many Books

  • I am afraid that until socialism has been established educated people will continue to enjoy an unfair advantage in quizzes.

    The sharp elbows of the aristocracy

  • As I remarked earlier, taking attendance would take up a significant portion of my lecture time in most of my classes, so the quizzes are a compromise.

    I couldn't let this one pass.

  • "We're unpolished, and it has mistakes in, and our quizzes are a joke, because we don't even know what the answers are, but we have the freedom to do what we want."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Ben has also prepared one of his special quizzes, which is loosely based on footballers.

    This Is This

  • I frequent the Volokh Conspiracy partly because my father, brother-in-law and best friend are all lawyers, partly because the law affects everybody and it's good to think about this stuff, partly because it's congenial politically, and, perhaps most important, because the incidental posts (trivia questions, word quizzes, etc.) are a lot of fun.

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