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pooksahib

18th June 2009, 15:46
Hi all.

"French head of police's senior pupil" = prefect.

"Stones stranded" = pebbbles.

"22, say, heard in Paris school" = lycee (22=Lee).

I suspect I'd benefit from a greater knowledge of French today...

Many thanks.
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simon

18th June 2009, 15:48
Worked out pebbles and lycee yet could not see prefect so many thanks!
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pooksahib

18th June 2009, 16:01
But do you know the logic behind them? That's what I'm after...
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trevor

18th June 2009, 16:07
Hi pooksahib,
A prefect in france has some power over the police,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prefect_(France)

and, of course, a senior pupil.

Completely stumped on the others.(including where to get "ap" for catnap from a previous post of yours).

best of luck, trevor.

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trevor

18th June 2009, 16:12
22, say, heard in Paris school

In france Lycee is a type of school, pronounced - Lee, say,
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wombat

18th June 2009, 16:14
Stones stranded = pebbles
stones as on a beach or strand
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