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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 149

Puzzle IconCombine the word fragments below to produce pairs of words that have opposite meanings. There are 9 pairs of words, one pair on each line.

e.g. USE REF EPT ACC becomes ACCEPT-REFUSE.

AB ANT RCE SCA UND

WA RY RD BR ICE CO AVE

ETY NG SAF ER DA

ACT AND CO EXP NTR

WN US UNK NO MO FA

TR TE IBU HER GAT DIS

CAL HO RI RTI TAL VE ZON

TIO AL CID EN ENT INT NAL AC

OWL OR KN IGN GE ED CE AN

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[Ref: ZTZP] © Elliott Line
This puzzle appeared in Mensa's EnigmaSig (194.21) and is used with permission.
 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 150

Puzzle IconTwo friends were driving from their home to Manchester, Kevin drove the first 90 miles, and Daniel took over the remainder of the journey.

On the way back, Kevin drove to begin with, and Daniel took over for the last 100 miles.

Who drove the most?

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[Ref: ZIMH] © Kevin Stone 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 151

What is represented by this BrainBat?

R
 U
  N

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[Ref: ZTVS] Copyrighted. 


Difficulty: EasyPuzzle 152

Puzzle IconDuring a recent police investigation, Chief Inspector Stone was interviewing five local villains to try and identify who stole Mrs Archer's cake from the mid-summers fayre. Below is a summary of their statements:

Arnold:  it wasn't Edward
         it was Brian

Brian:   it wasn't Charles
         it wasn't Edward

Charles: it was Edward
         it wasn't Arnold

Derek:   it was Charles
         it was Brian

Edward:  it was Derek
         it wasn't Arnold

It was well known that each suspect told exactly one lie. Can you determine who stole the cake?

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[Ref: ZFSC] © Kevin Stone 

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