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Difficulty: HardPuzzle 805

Puzzle IconThe 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 Each letter of the alphabet has been replaced by another using a simple substitution technique.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?

F tqd relw fw czs jsql 1632, fw czs xfcj eu Jelk, eu q neey uqmfpj, czebnz wec eu czqc xebwclj, mj uqczsl rsfwn q uelsfnwsl eu Rlsmsw, tze dsccpsy ufldc qc Zbpp. Zs nec q neey sdcqcs rj mslxzqwyfds, qwy psqofwn euu zfd clqys, pfosy qucsltqlyd qc Jelk, ulem tzswxs zs zqy mqllfsy mj meczsl, tzeds lspqcfewd tsls wqmsy Lerfwdew, q oslj neey uqmfpj fw czqc xebwclj, qwy ulem tzem F tqd xqppsy Lerfwdew Klsbcvwqsl; rbc, rj czs bdbqp xellbhcfew eu telyd fw Swnpqwy, ts qls wet xqppsy - wqj ts xqpp ebldsposd qwy tlfcs ebl wqms - Xlbdes; qwy de mj xemhqwfewd qptqjd xqppsy ms.

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[Ref: ZBCP] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 806

Which is more probable, to throw:

at least one six with 6 dice
at least two sixes with 12 dice
at least three sixes with 18 dice
at least four sixes with 24 dice

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[Ref: ZMXP]  


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 807

What is represented by this BrainBat?

ha rm on y

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[Ref: ZWRB]  


Difficulty: HardPuzzle 808

Below you can find 10 words which have had their beginnings and endings removed. In each case, the same two letters can be found at the beginning and the end. For example REspiRE.

..QUI..
..YLI..
..GIB..
..SUL..
..LIV..
..IFI..
..RMI..
..ALG..
..GRA..
..STO..

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[Ref: ZSVE] © Kevin Stone 

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