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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 81

Puzzle Icon4 shepherds were watching over their flocks and they were commenting on how many sheep they each had.

If Alan had three more sheep, then he'd have one less sheep than Brian.

Whereas Dave has the same number as the other three shepherds put together.

If Charles had three less sheep, he'd have exactly treble the number of Alan.

If they were evenly distributed they'd each have eleven sheep.

How man sheep does Alan have?

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[Ref: ZIZG] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 82

How can you get ten horses into nine stables, one per stable?

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[Ref: ZNSN]  


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 83

Puzzle IconWhat word can prefix (go before) these letters to make a valid word in each case:

..ir
..ad
..lm
..ed
..lp

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[Ref: ZLPQ] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 84

Puzzle IconCan you find the hidden country in the following paragraph:

We told Cliff to run, 'Run Cliff, run'. So Cliff ran, celebrating the recent victory in the inter-departmental relay race.

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[Ref: ZQRW] © Kevin Stone 

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