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 Puzzle 777 Can you tell what this rebus is? MOTH  CRY CRY  CRY [Ref: ZHKS] Hint: Say what you see. Answer: Mothballs. [Moth bawls]. Puzzle 778 The beginning of a well known book has been encrypted below. Each letter of the alphabet has been replaced by another using a simple substitution technique. For example, A may always be represented by G, etc. Can you name the book? Ogug nm Grpbur Egbu, ashntx rsptmkbnum tsp, eyhw, eyhw, eyhw, st kog ebaj sz onm ogbr, egontr Aounmkswogu Usent. Nk nm, bm zbu bm og jtspm, kog stid pbd sz ashntx rsptmkbnum, eyk mshgknhgm og zggim kobk kogug ugbiid nm btskogu pbd, nz stid og asyir mksw eyhwntx zsu b hshgtk btr kontj sz nk. Btr kogt og zggim kobk wguobwm kogug nmt'k. Btdosp, ogug og nm bk kog eskksh, btr ugbrd ks eg ntkusryagr ks dsy. [Ref: ZDDX] © Kevin Stone Hint: There first word is Here. Answer: Winnie The Pooh by AA Milne. The piece of text is from the original book and should read: Here is Edward Bear, coming downstairs now, bump, bump, bump, on the back of his head, behind Christopher Robin. It is, as far as he knows, the only way of coming downstairs, but sometimes he feels that there really is another way, if only he could stop bumping for a moment and think of it. And then he feels that perhaps there isn't. Anyhow, here he is at the bottom, and ready to be introduced to you. a has been represented by b. b has been represented by e. c has been represented by a. d has been represented by r. e has been represented by g. f has been represented by z. g has been represented by x. h has been represented by o. i has been represented by n. j has been represented by l. k has been represented by j. l has been represented by i. m has been represented by h. n has been represented by t. o has been represented by s. p has been represented by w. q has been represented by v. r has been represented by u. s has been represented by m. t has been represented by k. u has been represented by y. v has been represented by q. w has been represented by p. x has been represented by f. y has been represented by d. z has been represented by c. Puzzle 779 Can you tell what this rebus is? U P [Ref: ZWUQ] Hint: Say what you see. Answer: Broken up. Puzzle 780 School Reunion '62During a recent school reunion, four men were discussing their starting salaries. The salaries in question were, 8, 10, 12 and 14 thousand pounds per year. Of course the MP earned the most. Alan earned more than Brian and the doctor earned more than Derek, the vet. Charles could not remember what he started on. Brian, the lawyer, did not start on £10,000 nor did Derek. Can you determine who has which job and their starting salaries? [Ref: ZUVL] © Kevin Stone Hint: Alan is the MP. Answer: Name     Profession  Salary Alan     MP          £14,000 Brian    lawyer      £12,000 Charles  doctor      £10,000 Derek    vet         £ 8,000

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