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Oscar
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Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:37 am    Post subject: 1001

 novice wrote: So I'm going to guess that the answer to Crotchet!? is n since n is a quarter of "note" and is hook-shaped.

The intended interpretation was "Quarter note" as a double definition:
E is one of the quarters N,E,S and W and also one of notes A to G (The fact that it is also one quarter of "NOTE" was a bonus!
Zag
Tired of his old title

 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 4:23 pm    Post subject: 1002 So an indirect definition? That is, we're supposed to get "quarter note" from crotchet (which, by the way, I've never heard of except as the name of a ski resort near my house), and then re-interpret "quarter note" as if it were the definition and arrive at "E"? Don't you think that's a bit much of a stretch? If the clue were "Crotchet E" and the intended answer was "quarter note" then I would say it is clever enough and reasonably straightforward that it's ok, in spite of the fact that the wordplay is in the answer rather than the clue. But in a strict cryptic, it would not fly.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:09 pm    Post subject: 1003

 Zag wrote: So an indirect definition? That is, we're supposed to get "quarter note" from crotchet (which, by the way, I've never heard of except as the name of a ski resort near my house), and then re-interpret "quarter note" as if it were the definition and arrive at "E"?

In a word, Zag, yes.
Styles of cryptic obviously differ from place to place, and it's apparent that the US tends to hold to much stricter rules. In Britain (and judging from some of Vagrant's posts) in Australia, 'stretching' is allowable and I tried to signify this by the addition of the question and exclamation marks. Also it needs to be set in context - it wasn't a crossword but part of a different type of puzzle and novice managed to deduce the 'correct' answer by using the extra information contained in the puzzle structure. To be honest I've given up participating in the cryptic crossword thread because I don't like the general prescriptive and proscriptive attitude that prevails there. Please allow me to use whatever clues I deem fit to include in puzzles in this thread.

Also 'crotchet' is the British term used for the American 'quarter note'. If I see terms I don't recognise used in a US based puzzle (and I often do) then I look them up.
Zag
Tired of his old title

Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:45 pm    Post subject: 1005 I'm confident that 1) I would never have solved the clue as posted and 2) I wouldn't need to, since it was part of the bigger puzzle and made obvious by the other answers. Not sure that says anything, other than the fact that this clue, valid or not, doesn't really affect the puzzle in the end. So, how did we get to the final solution?_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
bgg1996
BeeGees are awesome!

 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:36 pm    Post subject: 1006 Take all the letters marked with X. L IL S S PI E This anagrams to ellipsis, which is a punctuation mark signified by three periods, which is the answer._________________The one member below 18
novice
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 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:41 pm    Post subject: 1007 Nice puzzle. Bgg, you're up.
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 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:04 pm    Post subject: 1008 Before you go to the market, your dear Uncle Riddle has left you 2 lists. Once you solve the riddle, you go to the market and you make sure to pick up the item. What was it? Incremented Index Sensation caused by nerves Unruly child Naval vessel Dignity Small inflammable stick Roof tile Trump card Companion Sparkle Ring of flowers Fear Needle Feminine undergarment Flying mammal Sit on an animal Language of science Solo Walk of a horse Demon Hear Anger Decipher --bgg1996_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
novice
No harm. Pun intended!

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:34 am    Post subject: 1009

 Return of the Quickies wrote: Before you go to the market, your dear Uncle Riddle has left you 2 lists. Once you solve the riddle, you go to the market and you make sure to pick up the item. What was it? Incremented Index Sensation caused by nerves Unruly child Naval vessel Dignity MATCH - Small inflammable stick Roof tile ACE - Trump card Companion Sparkle Ring of flowers Fear PIN - Needle Feminine undergarment BAT - Flying mammal RIDE - Sit on an animal Language of science ALONE - Solo GAIT - Walk of a horse IMP - Demon Hear IRE - Anger Decipher --bgg1996
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 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:37 am    Post subject: 1010 Nice puzzle, bgg! --- Oscar_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
Jack_Ian
Big Endian

 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:02 pm    Post subject: 1011 B(R)AT Unruly child/Flying mammal ? Naval vessel (P)RIDE Dignity/Sit on an animal MAT(C)H Small inflammable stick/Language of science S(H)INGLE Roof tile/Solo ??? T(A)ROT Trump card/Walk of a horse ??? B(R)OTHER Companion/Needle (G)LISTEN Sparkle/Hear ? Ring of flowers ? Fear
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:33 pm    Post subject: 1012 A - PAIN / PIN - Sensation caused by nerves / Needle R - BRAT / BAT - Unruly child / Flying mammal ? - ? / ? - Naval vessel / Feminine undergarment P - PRIDE / RIDE - Dignity / Sit on an animal C - MATCH / MATH - Small inflammable stick / Language of science H - SHINGLE / SINGLE - Roof tile / Solo A - TAROT / TROT - Trump card / Walk of a horse R - FRIEND / FIEND - Companion / Demon G - GLISTEN / LISTEN - Sparkle / Hear E - WREATH / WRATH - Ring of flowers / Anger ? - ? / ? - Fear / Decipher Fear / Decipher could be D - DREAD / READ, though I'm not sold._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
bgg1996
BeeGees are awesome!

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:13 pm    Post subject: 1013

 Quote: R - BRAT / BAT - Unruly child / Flying mammal ? - ? / ? - Naval vessel / Feminine undergarment
Unruly child is paired with Feminine undergarment, Naval vessel is paired with Flying mammal.
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Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:23 pm    Post subject: 1014 Ahh, yes. I grabbed that from Jack_Ian without checking to see if it lined up. A - PAIN / PIN - Sensation caused by nerves / Needle T - BRAT / BRA - Unruly child / Feminine undergarment O - BOAT / BAT - Naval vessel / Flying mammal P - PRIDE / RIDE - Dignity / Sit on an animal C - MATCH / MATH - Small inflammable stick / Language of science H - SHINGLE / SINGLE - Roof tile / Solo A - TAROT / TROT - Trump card / Walk of a horse R - FRIEND / FIEND - Companion / Demon G - GLISTEN / LISTEN - Sparkle / Hear E - WREATH / WRATH - Ring of flowers / Anger D - DREAD / READ - Fear / Decipher ATOP CHARGED ON ION ONION Nice puzzle. My only comment was that putting the second list out of order (as Jack_Ian assumed) would have added difficulty. But given that this was a Quickie, that was actually fine._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Zag
Tired of his old title

 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:38 pm    Post subject: 1015 Nice puzzle! I actually happened to see it just minutes after you posted it. I looked at it a while, and had enough of the words that if I had just written them down, I might have spotted the next step. However, I've become so conditioned to these puzzles being too hard for me, lately, that I didn't put forth the effort. Aaargh! Try harder next time!
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:20 am    Post subject: 1016 I *did* have a new puzzle to put up but I think it is too similar to the current one. Inspired by Suspence I'm endeavouring to 'throw' another one together, but if anyone wants to step in first, please feel free.
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Suspence
Daedalian Member

Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:57 pm    Post subject: 1018

These look to be related to anniversary gifts.

 Return of the Quickies wrote: 1 - Give her some lovely lace lingerie - all women love that' Joe was unimpressed. 2 - 'How about this gorgeous pottery vase with a bird of paradise painted on it?' 'Nice, but no dice.' 3- 'Feel this silk chemise - it's guaranteed`to provide satisfaction' 'Not to me it isn't' 4 - 'A huge bunch of tulips all the way from Amsterdam? Women love flowers' 'Too blowsy' 5 - 'What about this lovely handbag made out of calf leather?' 'Too soft' 6 - 'A fine celtic bronze brooch?' 'Too weird' 7 - 'Some crystal glasses, hand-crafted in Bohemia?' 'Too fragile' 8 - 'A single huge sunflower - so dramatic' 'Too scarey' 9 - 'You can't go wrong with a big bouquet of red roses - so romantic' 'They'd make her sneeze' 10 - 'She's not allergic to peonies? A delicate intertwined display?' 'Too obscure' 11 - 'Now I know she'd love this beautiful Japanese paper lantern' 'I know she wouldn't' 12 - 'A fine set of bone china tableware?' 'We don't have a table' 13 - 'In that case you absolutely need this wonderful piece of furniture carved out of African ebony with six dining chairs?' 'We prefer TV dinners'

 Code: 1)  M - 13th - Lace 2)  I -  9th - Pottery 3)  L - 12th - Silk 4)  D -  4th - Flowers 5)  C -  3rd - Leather 6)  H -  8th - Bronze 7)  O - 15th - Crystal 8)  D -  4th - Flowers 9)  D -  4th - Flowers 10) D -  4th - Flowers 11) A -  1st - Paper 12) T - 20th - China 13) E -  5th - Wood

MILDCHODDDATE?
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Last edited by Suspence on Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:18 pm; edited 1 time in total
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 Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:17 pm    Post subject: 1019 That looked enough like MILK CHOCOLATE for me to guess at it. - Suspence_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:42 pm    Post subject: 1020 Yeah but the flowers are specific...
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 Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 5:10 pm    Post subject: 1021 Another one tossed together in less than 2 hours... DESTINATION UNKNOWN I've traveled across the world, but now I'd like to visit some of the tourist attractions here in the USA. What should be the first place I hit? Cultural, racial (17) Room for notes, or for error (13) Lassie's breed (21) Like Cyprus, or Martha's Vineyard (14) White whale (13) Highest quality (14) "My Name is Mud" band (19) What the Iceman does (15) Smut (21) Tina or Ted (11) Opulence (17)_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
Jack_Ian
Big Endian

 Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 6:42 pm    Post subject: 1022 ETHNIC Cultural, racial (17)[Q] MARGIN Room for notes, or for error (13)[M] COLLIE Lassie's breed (21)[U] ISLAND Like Cyprus, or Martha's Vineyard (14)[N] BELUGA White whale (13)[M] VIRTUE Highest quality (14)[N] PRIMUS "My Name is Mud" band (19)[S] COMETH What the Iceman does (15)[O] COLLOW? Smut (21)[U] TURNER Tina or Ted (11)[K] WEALTH/RICHES Opulence (17)[Q] Not sure where to go from here…
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Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 2:28 pm    Post subject: 1023

 Jack_Ian wrote: Not sure where to go from here…

You'll need to go to quite a few places.

Just FYI, you're missing the intended answer for 3 of the clues.
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novice
No harm. Pun intended!

 Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 2:53 pm    Post subject: 1024 Some of those places: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-3 17 ETH - Ethiopia - Addis Ababa / NIC - Nicaragua - Managua 13 MAR - Morocco - Rabat / GIN - Guinea - Conakry 21 COL - Colombia - Bogota / LIE - Liechtenstein - Vaduz 14 ISL - Iceland - Reykjavik / AND - Andorra - Andorra la Vella 13 BEL - Belgium - Brussels / UGA - Uganda - Kampala 14 ??? / ??? (Highest quality) 19 PRI - Puerto Rico - San Juan / MUS - Mauritius - Port Louis 15 COM - Comoros - Moroni / ETH - Ethiopia - Addis Ababa 21 ??? / ??? (Smut) 11 TUR - Turkey - Ankara / NER - Niger - Niamey 17 LUX - Luxembourg - Luxembourg / URY - Uruguay - Montevideo The numbers are just the sums of the country lengths. Anybody want to try the "plot in google maps" trick?
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Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 3:07 pm    Post subject: 1025

 novice wrote: The numbers are just the sums...

I told you this was thrown together. That wasn't the intention, I actually copied in the numbers from the wrong part of my spreadsheet.

Cultural, racial (11)
Room for notes, or for error (13)
Lassie's breed (21)
Like Cyprus, or Martha's Vineyard (14)
White whale (12)
Highest quality (14)
"My Name is Mud" band (16)
What the Iceman does (12)
Smut (21)
Tina or Ted (9)
Opulence (16)
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 Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 3:36 pm    Post subject: 1026 That helps. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-3 C 11 ETH - Ethiopia - Addis Ababa / NIC - Nicaragua - Managua A 13 MAR - Morocco - Rabat / GIN - Guinea - Conakry N 21 COL - Colombia - Bogota / LIE - Liechtenstein - Vaduz A 14 ISL - Iceland - Reykjavik / AND - Andorra - Andorra la Vella D 12 BEL - Belgium - Brussels / UGA - Uganda - Kampala 14 ??? / ??? (Highest quality) T 16 PRI - Puerto Rico - San Juan / MUS - Mauritius - Port Louis O 12 COM - Comoros - Moroni / ETH - Ethiopia - Addis Ababa 21 ??? / ??? (Smut) G 9 TUR - Turkey - Ankara / NER - Niger - Niamey A 16 LUX - Luxembourg - Luxembourg / URY - Uruguay - Montevideo The numbers are no longer just the sums of the country lengths, so using them as an index yields CANAD?TO?GA - Canada / Tonga - CANTON, Ohio -novice_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 3:58 pm    Post subject: 1027 Nice work...my apologies for the confusion. Can you come up with the final two words? I used just about every somewhat common word on my possible word list, without repeating countries (except for the one repeat you already found)._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:08 pm    Post subject: 1028 The 2 missing are: FINEST - Finland/Estonia and SLEAZE - Sierra Leone/Azerbaijan Good puzzle and nice solving, novice! BTW for my puzzle the flowers that supply the proper letters can be found on the same page of wikipedia as the 'normal' gifts.
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 Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:26 am    Post subject: 1029 Rotation point Famous basketball player Witty remark Chess piece Coach Turner Sell Dull Make beer Clean Sandwich Round shape Outdoor feast Desire Like the Iliad Relaxed Asiatic grass Yank New Zealander Mountain goat Scan Twelve months Tease Lemon peel Gang's territory Amphibian creature Apple variety wxwuxmsuwz lfocztqcmz cfwsqctmol mlusfcsvbm szsjcumsvb rthllbhxvb twcxactazl fcqpectgsj leqwcsztjx bbuccsqfcz vmlevfzrta xdcensklwt molmlusfcs vbmszsjcum svbrtqencz oczlfcsjts nnzlsmoxva tnxuazxjsa ctcymcuucv fzsnncztqx udczjcfsut qhcsztfrnc lgnzcmxnxf sfxlvtwcsf tqmollubsv mctgsjleqa zxggxvtnsz flgqnccmot hcxaoftnus rxvamszbtn zcmxleqjcf sutuxicsnl qftgsjleqw sqqxqftspo gunclgykuy phynezweze yyelhzcobi ryphqcdjch egcsykleen clghcsscrl zeyyelheuq kmheqleyzu obrubehxhy edmnulgcss mpoheqyh -Suspence_________________Password is all one word, all lowercase, no spaces, unless otherwise indicated.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:45 am    Post subject: 1030 Time to get started on this one... With 26 definitions it seemed natural to label each one in alphabetical order: a Rotation point - CRUX?/AXIS? b Famous basketball player - ? c Witty remark - QUIP d Chess piece - PAWN?/KING?/ROOK? e Coach Turner - NORV f Sell - VEND?/HAWK?/TOUT?/FLOG? g Dull - MATT?/DRAB?/GREY? h Make beer - BREW i Clean - WASH?/WIPE?/NEAT?/TIDY? j Sandwich - CLUB? k Round shape - DISC?/DISK? l Outdoor feast - LUAU? m Desire - LUST?/WANT?/NEED? n Like the Iliad - EPIC o Relaxed - EASY?/LAZY? p Asiatic grass - MUNJ? q Yank - JERK?//DRAG?/PULL? r New Zealander - KIWI s Mountain goat - IBEX t Scan - READ?/SKIM? u Twelve months - YEAR v Tease - BAIT?/JOSH?/TWIT?/RAZZ? w Lemon peel - ZEST x Gang's territory - TURF? y Amphibian creature - NEWT?/FROG?/TOAD? z Apple variety - FUJI?/JAZZ?/GALA?/CRAB? Of the 10 letter character groups which might link to a word the first one (wxwuxmsuwz ) has the the most single word options in the above list. I tried to take any letter from those words to replace each character but wasn't able to create a meaningful word. Of course this could mean that either the method or 4 letter word is wrong or both...
Elethiomel
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:53 am    Post subject: 1031 The clued words start with A-Z, and also end with A-Z, with no duplicates. So this first and last letters of each word probably define a character mapping. AXIS - Rotation point BREW - Make beer CALM - Relaxed DRAB - Dull EPIC - Like the Iliad FROG - Amphibian creature GALA - Apple variety HERO - Sandwich IBEX - Mountain goat JERK - Yank KIWI - New Zealander LUAU - Outdoor feast MUNJ - Asiatic grass NORV - Coach Turner OVAL - Round shape PAWN - Chess piece QUIP - Witty remark RAZZ - Tease SHAQ - Famous basketball player TURF - Gang's territory URGE - Desire VEND - Sell WASH - Clean XRAY - Scan YEAR - Twelve months ZEST - Lemon peel Substituting the last characters with the first characters in the remaining text yields the following: BIBLICALBR OTHERZSECR ETBASEZCHO COLATEANDC ARAMELCAND YZWOODWIND ZBEIGEZGRO TESQUEZFAM OUSBEARZMI DDLEEASTER NCOUNTRYZG IVEUPAJOBZ CHOCOLATEA NDCARAMELC ANDYZSUPER HEROTEAMZA PPROACHING ZPILGRIMAG EZEXCELLEN TRAPPERZSI LVERMETALZ SWEARZTYPE OFPRECIPIT ATIONZBEAT ZSCHOOLDAN CEZFAMOUSG RIFFINZPAR TOFSPEECHZ WEIGHTZPLA YINGCARDZP RECIOUSMET ALZLIKEAPO STZFAMOUSB ASSISTZAQH FLPEOFXJLX QWXPURBURU XXUOWREHDK YXQWSEVMEW UFEAXJOUUP EOFWEAAEYO RUXXUOWULS JCWUSOUXRL HDYLDUWIWX UVCPLOFEAA CQHWUSXW That makes no sense to me, though. Maybe it should be substituted the other way around. Or we need to do something else. Edit: The inverse mapping seems to make more sense, yes.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:00 pm    Post subject: 1032 Nice work, Elethiomel! Yes, substituting the other way around yields another 26 clues which I guess are needed to complete a second substitution for the latter part of the character groups....
Elethiomel
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:06 pm    Post subject: 1033 So the next stage is this, then: BIBLICAL BROTHER SECRET BASE CHOCOLATE AND CARAMEL CANDY WOODWIND BEIGE GROTESQUE FAMOUS BEAR MIDDLE EASTERN COUNTRY GIVE UP A JOB CHOCOLATE AND CARAMEL CANDY SUPER HERO TEAM APPROACHING PILGRIMAGE EXCELLENT RAPPER SILVER METAL SWEAR TYPE OF PRECIPITATION BEAT SCHOOL DANCE FAMOUS GRIFFIN PART OF SPEECH WEIGHT PLAYING CARD PRECIOUS METAL LIKE A POST FAMOUS BASSIST AQHFLPEOFXJLXQWXPURBURUXXUOWREHDKYXQWSEVMEWUFEAXJOUUPEOFWEAAEYORUXXUOWULSJCWUSOUXRLHDYLDUWIWXUVCPLOFEAACQHWUSXW
Elethiomel
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:15 pm    Post subject: 1034 ABEL - Biblical brother BULK - Weight CUSS - Swear DEAF - Like a post ECRU - Beige FLEA - Famous bassist GOLD - Precious metal HAJJ - Pilgrimage IRAQ - Middle eastern country JAYZ - Excellent rapper KING - Playing card LAIR - Secret base MERV - Famous Griffin NIGH - Approaching OBOE - Woodwind PROM - School dance QUIT - Give up a job ROLO - Chocolate and caramel candy SNOW - Type of precipitation TWIX - Chocolate and caramel candy UGLY - Grotesque VERB - Part of speech WHIP - Beat XMEN - Super hero team YOGI - Famous bear ZINC - SIlver metalLast edited by Elethiomel on Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:38 pm; edited 8 times in total
Zag
Tired of his old title

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:28 pm    Post subject: 1035 Bassist: FLEA Country: IRAQ Griffin: MERV JACK is tempting for playing card, but then you need to change WALK.
novice
No harm. Pun intended!

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:25 pm    Post subject: 1036 UGLY - Grotesque
Elethiomel
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:43 pm    Post subject: 1037 Decoded text: findawordthatistwelveletterslongbutiscomposedofthreewordsoffourletterseachzsecretlanguagesystemzwardoffzinsects I.e. Find a word that is twelve letters long but is composed of three words of four letters each. Secret language system Ward off Insects The answer is CODEFENDANTS
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:41 pm    Post subject: 1038 Nice solving folks. One point that wasn't noted in the solving process above was that the original clue order was such that the last letter of the previous word was the first letter of the next word. AXIS SHAQ QUIP PAWN... ...TURF FROG GALA I assume that was used as an aid in solving, but I'm not sure. Either way, I hope you enjoyed the puzzle._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Oscar
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:07 pm    Post subject: 1039 Yes, very nice work by Elethiomel! But you're in danger of setting the 'Quickies' bar a little too high, Suspence!
Zag
Tired of his old title

 Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:25 pm    Post subject: 1040 Very nicely constructed puzzle!!
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