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 Puzzle 321 This is a very special sequence and is complete, but what is the missing letter? T I A V S S A I C ==?== W I T M L [Ref: ZVRC] © Kevin Stone  Hint: The clue is in the question. Answer: B. These are the initial letters of the puzzle question text itself, therefore B comes from but. Puzzle 322 What is the smallest integer, which, when multiplied by 2 gives a number consisting of only 8's? [Ref: ZNJR] © Kevin Stone  Hint: Remember that you're after the smallest one that works. Answer: 4. Since 4 x 2 = 8, and it's the smallest possible answer. Puzzle 323 If: SAFE + STAY + SOON + SKIP = STOP then: PINK + PORE + PUSH + PLOT = ==?== [Ref: ZFHQ] © Kevin Stone  Hint: Where do the letters of STOP occur in SAFE, STAY, SOON, SKIP? Answer: POST. Using the first letter of the first word, second letter of the second word, etc. Puzzle 324 During the recent BrainBashers cipher convention, a binary code contest took place. The contest consisted of a binary code transmission where the spaces between the letters were missing and there was no punctuation. Each letter of the alphabet was translated into its binary equivalent based on its position in the alphabet: a: 1      b: 10     c: 11     d: 100    e: 101 f: 110    g: 111    h: 1000   i: 1001   j: 1010 k: 1011   l: 1100   m: 1101   n: 1110   o: 1111 p: 10000  q: 10001  r: 10010  s: 10011  t: 10100 u: 10101  v: 10110  w: 10111  x: 11000  y: 11001 z: 11010 Can you find 10 countries? 101011000011110 101111110010110011 100001111110011110100 110100101111011101 11100010011100101 1101111110010111111111111 11010111011010011 10100110011011111110 1000011110111011 1101111111101111111110010011 [Ref: ZGZM] © Kevin Stone  Hint: The first letters of the countries are J, W, P, F, C, M, Z, T, P, M. Answer: Japan, Wales, Poland, France, Chile, Morocco, Zambia, Taiwan, Panama, Mongolia.