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Puzzle 1

MorseDuring the recent BrainBashers cipher convention, a Morse code contest took place.

The contest consisted of a Morse code transmission where the spaces between the letters and words were missing.

Can you decipher the sequence and find 10 related words?



















Luckily, BrainBashers has provided you with a listing of the Morse code characters. Good luck!

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[Ref: ZCCR] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 2

BrainA man wants to transport a fox, a chicken and some corn across a river.

He has a rowboat, but it can only carry the man and one other item.

If the fox and the chicken are alone together, the fox will eat the chicken.

If the chicken and the corn are alone together, the chicken will eat the corn.

How does the man do it?

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[Ref: ZCXS]  



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Puzzle 3

This arrow is currently pointing from South to North.

Move one line and add one other to leave the arrow pointing from East to West.

Arrow

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[Ref: ZAHN] © Lloyd King
Lloyd has created an excellent book of lateral puzzles.
 



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Puzzle 4

BowlingMy first is in kendo but not in Olympics.
My second is in hurdles and in hunting.
My third is in bowman and in bowling.
My fourth is in cycling and in golf.
My fifth is in flying and not in swimming.
My last is in running and not in dancing.
My whole is a sport.

What am I?

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[Ref: ZPUC] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 5

BrainAt the recent spring fete, four keen gardeners were displaying their fine roses.

In total there were four colours and each rose appeared in two colours.

From the clues below can you tell who had which colour roses?

  • Mr Green had a yellow rose.
  • Mr Yellow did not have a red one.
  • Mr Red had a blue rose but not a green one.
  • Mr Blue did not have a yellow one.
  • One person with a red rose also had a green one.
  • One person with a yellow rose also had a blue one.
  • One of the persons with a green rose had no red.
  • Neither of the persons with a yellow rose had a green one.
  • No person has two roses of the same colour.
  • No two persons had the same two colour roses and their names provide no clues.

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[Ref: ZROR] © Kevin Stone 


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