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Numbers represent letters, rings represent how many times in the word (double ring is 2, triple ring is 3).
 
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==Clues==
 
==Clues==

Revision as of 06:06, 2 September 2006

Puzzle_Boat

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Theories

Numbers represent letters, rings represent how many times in the word (double ring is 2, triple ring is 3).

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Clues

  1.  ?
  2.  ?
  3. LA LAW
  4. THE THE
  5. KAFKA
  6. DIK-DIK
  7.  ?
  8.  ?
  9.  ?
  10.  ?
  11.  ?
  12.  ?
  13. ANNAN
  14. AYE AYE
  15.  ?
  16.  ?
  17. POM POM
  18. KIWI
  19.  ?
  20. HEEL?
  21.  ?
  22.  ?
  23.  ?
  24. SAKS
  25. EMMA