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B6 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, January 19, 2012 Con00ics -Lc "-rl L.,J O II 100 101 105 111 1:20 124 5 f Briefly Stated 16 T" !! T2 11( 119 Out on a Limb Amber Waves HOW CAN OUR TEACHER EXPECT ANYO TO WATCH THIS BORG by Gary Kopervas CO L _= ,4 The Spats by Dave T. 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The answer to this tricky angle is shown in fig. 2. 2 DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * * , 4. 5. 7 8, by Charles Barry Townsend s M P E HL BA o B IE A L R P FIND THE BIG WORDS[ T Using the definitions and the anagrams below, you must find the eight eight-letter words that fit into the frame- ]work pictured on the left. For leach definition, the letters in the two anagram words must ' be unscrambled and used to form the word asked for. A CLEVER WAGER! Place 15 toothpicks on the table and challenge your friends to arrange them so that they form eight squares, all of equal size. No square can be formed inside another, and no toothpick can ovedap another or be broken. The solution is pictured to the dght .FIND THE SEVEN WORDS PUZZLE! In the word square W A at the dght, we've removed six of the letters to spell out the LA word =WALLET." See if you can replace these letters ir the squares so that you will have four three-letter words across L end three four-letter words down..time limit: 60 seconds. E T N E M E DERN1TION: ANAGRAM: 1. He had a foot problem, case + hill 2 A cluster of flowers, slob + moss 3. Devotees of modem jazz. rest + ship 4. Having no pity. hurl + sets 5. Eccentric people, sold + bald 6. An ancient weapon, sobs + crow 7. A racing fool. tars + dreg 8. 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