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Difficulty: Hard

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Puzzle 1

BrainWhat shape completes the bottom line?

triangle pentagon square
square hexagon hexagon square
pentagon hexagon hexagon hexagon square triangle
hexagon octagon octagon octagon octagon ==?==

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[Ref: ZGOE] © Kevin Stone 



Difficulty: Hard

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Puzzle 2

DictionaryBelow are thirteen 5 lettered, everyday words, each of which has had two of its letters removed.

In total these 26 letters are A-Z. The remaining letters in each word are in the correct order.

There are no words which are spelled differently based upon location (favour/favor, etc) and there are no plurals.

Can you determine the original words?

APE
BAE
BOD
ANC
ROE
ELL
RAY
BUC
ORA
UMB
SUA
LOL
GES

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[Ref: ZLIA] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 3

Complete the grid such that every row and column contains the digits 1 to 6.

All squares that are connected contain the same digit.

Puzzle Answer

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[Ref: ZBQB] © Johan de Ruiter
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Difficulty: Hard

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Puzzle 4

DictionaryComplete these common words by using all of the letters A to Z, each exactly once.

*e*er
**eue
**o
ma*
*p*a*e*
*erso*
***k*am*on
*ouse
*a*
*ur*
***igent

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[Ref: ZCGP] © Kevin Stone 



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Puzzle 5

Fill in the missing numbers with the digits 1 to 9. A diamond shape in the middle means that the four numbers around it add to 20.

Each uses a different way to add to 20, i.e. if there is already 1 + 3 + 7 + 9, then there will not be another using the digits 1, 3, 7 and 9 (in any order).

The same digit isn't allowed to touch, even diagonally.

Puzzle Image

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[Ref: ZRSR] © Elliott Line
This puzzle appeared in Mensa's EnigmaSig (195.08) and is used with permission.
 


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