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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emo_%28slang%29 Ahem]
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emo_%28slang%29 Ahem]
  
==Clues==
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Jon, you claim that all music is Emo! The Bravery is so not Emo. Can the soundlab ppl back me up on this?
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--[[User:Ddantas|DSD]] 10:11, 19 August 2006 (EDT)
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==Talk==
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All are two word clues corresponding to a domino with two ends.
 
All are two word clues corresponding to a domino with two ends.
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The "ends" of the dominos have to match up word-wise.  1 column contains the dominos going up-down, the other left-right.
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Maybe the numbered tiles specify an index into the word that appears in that spot.  Then the letters can be arranged to form the answer. 
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My thought was that the numbered tiles were there to help us with initial placement. Then maybe the four unmatched words on the edges are the solution.
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--[[User:Ddantas|DSD]] 10:15, 19 August 2006 (EDT)
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Am I the only one here who has never played dominoes?
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So DOUBLE TROUBLE is definitely right, which means we have to live with seven-letter words. Does that mean the correspondence between letters and dots is off by one?
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Also, aren't those wedged dominoes constrained to be of the form (x,x)? So maybe there are at least four words that have a frequency of 4 (or, in principle, higher).
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[[User:Boo|Boo]] 10:53, 19 August 2006 (EDT)
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Well, there are different sets of dominoes, with up to 6, 9, 12, or 15 pips. So I don't think we restrained to just 6 letters. And yes, the wedged have to be (x-x) dominoes...
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--[[User:Ddantas|DSD]] 11:58, 19 August 2006 (EDT)
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Two pairs of wedges share a corner each. Do those words have to be the same? [[User:Boo|Boo]] 12:28, 19 August 2006 (EDT)
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==Grid==
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===Chunk 1===
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==Clues==
  
 
===Column 1===
 
===Column 1===
 
# TEA PARTY (3-5)
 
# TEA PARTY (3-5)
# -
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# GREEN TEA (5-3)  
# SELL OUT (4-3) / DOUBLE CROSS (6-5) ?
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# DOUBLE CROSS (6-5)  
 
# RED CROSS (3-5)
 
# RED CROSS (3-5)
# -
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# DOUBLE LETTER (6-6)
# FIRE TRUCK (4-5)
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# FIRE ENGINE (4-6)
# PERFECT GAME (7-4)
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# PERFECT GAME (7-4)
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# PERFECT MATCH ? (7-3)
 
# DOUBLE TIME (6-4)
 
# DOUBLE TIME (6-4)
# -
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# DOUBLE DATE (6-4)
# -
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# BACK FIRE ? (4-4)
# -
 
 
# SEARCH ENGINE (6-6)
 
# SEARCH ENGINE (6-6)
 
# SEARCH PARTY (6-5)
 
# SEARCH PARTY (6-5)
# -
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# RED LETTER (3-6)
 
# TALK SHOW (4-4)
 
# TALK SHOW (4-4)
# -
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# CROSS FIRE (5-4)
# -
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# PARTY TIME (5-4) 
# -
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# CROSS MATCH ? (5-5)
  
 
===Column 2===
 
===Column 2===
# -
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# GREEN BACK (5-5)
 
# GREEN PARTY (5-5)
 
# GREEN PARTY (5-5)
# -
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# DATE LINE (4-4)
# -
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# ENGINE TROUBLE (6-7)
# -
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# PERFECT PITCH (7-5)
# MIDDLE A (6-1) ?
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# BLIND PITCH (5-5)
# -
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# BACK TRACK (4-5)
 
# BLIND DATE (5-4)
 
# BLIND DATE (5-4)
# -
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# DOUBLE TALK (6-4)
# -
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# TIME LINE (4-4)
# -
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# HARD BODY (4-4)
 
# BOARD GAME (5-4)
 
# BOARD GAME (5-4)
 
# DOUBLE TROUBLE (6-7)
 
# DOUBLE TROUBLE (6-7)
 
# BODY DOUBLE (4-6)
 
# BODY DOUBLE (4-6)
# HARD LINE (4-4) ?
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# HARD LINE (4-4)  
# -
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# CRUNCH TIME (6-4)
# -
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# SHOW TIME (4-4)
 
# BLIND SPOT (5-4)
 
# BLIND SPOT (5-4)
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==Histogram==
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Singles: BOARD, CRUNCH, SPOT, TRACK
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Doubles: BODY, GAME, HARD, LETTER, MATCH, PITCH, RED, SEARCH, SHOW, TALK, TEA, TROUBLE
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Triples: BACK, BLIND, DATE, ENGINE, FIRE, GREEN, LINE, PERFECT
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Rabbits: CROSS (4), PARTY(4), TIME (5), DOUBLE (7)

Latest revision as of 21:39, 21 August 2006

Puzzle_Boat

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A domino-themed music video in honor of this puzzle [2]

Ahem

Jon, you claim that all music is Emo! The Bravery is so not Emo. Can the soundlab ppl back me up on this?

--DSD 10:11, 19 August 2006 (EDT)


Grid

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Chunk 2

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Wedge 3

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Wedge 23

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Chunk 3

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Wedge 345

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Wedge 4

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Wedge 5

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Wedge 56

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Chunk 6

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Wedge 67

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Chunk 7

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Clues

Column 1

  1. TEA PARTY (3-5)
  2. GREEN TEA (5-3)
  3. DOUBLE CROSS (6-5)
  4. RED CROSS (3-5)
  5. DOUBLE LETTER (6-6)
  6. FIRE ENGINE (4-6)
  7. PERFECT GAME (7-4)
  8. PERFECT MATCH ? (7-3)
  9. DOUBLE TIME (6-4)
  10. DOUBLE DATE (6-4)
  11. BACK FIRE ? (4-4)
  12. SEARCH ENGINE (6-6)
  13. SEARCH PARTY (6-5)
  14. RED LETTER (3-6)
  15. TALK SHOW (4-4)
  16. CROSS FIRE (5-4)
  17. PARTY TIME (5-4)
  18. CROSS MATCH ? (5-5)

Column 2

  1. GREEN BACK (5-5)
  2. GREEN PARTY (5-5)
  3. DATE LINE (4-4)
  4. ENGINE TROUBLE (6-7)
  5. PERFECT PITCH (7-5)
  6. BLIND PITCH (5-5)
  7. BACK TRACK (4-5)
  8. BLIND DATE (5-4)
  9. DOUBLE TALK (6-4)
  10. TIME LINE (4-4)
  11. HARD BODY (4-4)
  12. BOARD GAME (5-4)
  13. DOUBLE TROUBLE (6-7)
  14. BODY DOUBLE (4-6)
  15. HARD LINE (4-4)
  16. CRUNCH TIME (6-4)
  17. SHOW TIME (4-4)
  18. BLIND SPOT (5-4)

Histogram

Singles: BOARD, CRUNCH, SPOT, TRACK

Doubles: BODY, GAME, HARD, LETTER, MATCH, PITCH, RED, SEARCH, SHOW, TALK, TEA, TROUBLE

Triples: BACK, BLIND, DATE, ENGINE, FIRE, GREEN, LINE, PERFECT

Rabbits: CROSS (4), PARTY(4), TIME (5), DOUBLE (7)