Monday, May 11, 2009

Figure Out the Rules And Solve the Puzzle

Find the missing word that will fit the rule of the example below.
CONE (NICK)  KRIS
LISP (_ _ _ _) ETON

25 comments:

  1. Take the C and N from Cone and the K and I from Kris to make Nick.

    Take the same position letters from Lisp and Eton to make Sole. You got it right 'Afternoon Tea Break'.

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  2. its sole.

    thats easy i got it straight away

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  3. maaaaannn... I thought it was "lose"

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  4. SOLE but i dont think its sole...

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  5. i got sole but im not a soldier

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  6. SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE
    SOLE

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  7. SOLE.
    Already came across somewhere

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  8. The awnser is SOLE

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