'Can you find 4 eight letter words that begin with G and end with ATE?'
I'll kick myself no doubt...
I can only think of one.
One more than I could think of!
From the AccountingWEB team
another one! so you only have one to go now
not sure about this one though but seem to have heard it somewhere?
going to say 'Granulate' but I wasn't sure...
When it comes to the answer sheet on Sunday I'll let you know of any we missed.
That was fun, we should do it again sometime.
You can't have granulate as it's 9 letters! Stating the obvious I know!
I just came back to try and hide my inability to count, but too late! I even counted it twice... DAMN YOU JANUARY!!!!!
Well that took the tedium out of a dreary Januay afternoon working my socks off to get everything into "Them" by 31st
Thank you CC we must do that again.
is a leaf shape
and it means "sword shaped".............I'm not ultra clever, just looked it up on the wonderful wide web!
Presumably the same roots as 'Gladius' which was a sword?
Before I run the risk of sounding clever, I only know that from Wonderboy in Monster World on the Megadrive, which used to be my favourite game, but that just proves how much you can learn from computer games :)
Presumably used by a gladiator!
Elite on the BBC Acorn was the bestest ever game ever made ever :o)
I liked Inertia on our BBC, while I listened to my vinyl records on my Amstraad midi centre
Five types of home have been written here in code. What are they?
E # V V # I G
D # P I # N # Y
J # # U #
H N # V
N # F I #
I don't even know what it means by 'home', are we talking semi detached/flat, or drey/nest/warren, or nursing? It's not missing letters, nor is it a case of reading downwards, the placement of the hash symbols intrigues me... Also nothing to do with Roman Numerals (I saw V and I and got excited)
I'd prefer clues to answers...
Take the letter shown and count back two on the alphabet:
eg: E = C
The rest will fall into place
Oh that is so embaressing... Thank you VERY much, that has been bugging me for 24 hours solid.
here's one for you.
what the eye sees and what the brain thinks it sees?
..........well that didn't work. I tried to post a picture, but it didn't happen.
here is the puzzle
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
see if you can find the mitsake?
I think this is it!
I hesitate to ask really!
The typo is the answer. I've seen it on FB a few times and was amazed people struggled to spot it. But obviously (as I'm finding with these puzzles) what is obvious to one person is a mystery to many others!
I spent ages trying to work out what was odd with the numbers - The brain automatically will read words even when the letters are in the wrong order so long as the first and last are correct.
Love the puzzles CC - can't wait for next weeks
I've been trying to suss this since the 24th of Feb and I have all but decided I can't solve it.
3 2 2 1
4 8 7 3
3 0 ? 8
6 5 9 2
(squares round each 4). Suggestions? I think I am over thinking it...
4 x 8 = 32
7 x 3 = 21
6 x 5 =30
9 x 2 = 18 - missing number is 1 ?
So obvious when you have the answer isn't it?
Well done Wiganer Elaine
You are a frickin genius! I'm torn between being impressed and frustrated/jealous!
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