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pep

17th July 2008, 13:44
Damn, i got my hopes up over that one. ><;

Nah that came up incorrect too. It well and truly has me stumped.
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observer girl

20th July 2008, 19:40
Have you got it yet? Don't understand how these cryptic quizzes work, but have you got anything to work on? How do you know if it is right? Could it be Dramatic..(something)?
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pep

20th July 2008, 22:27
No we haven't got it yet. 10 days till the quiz ends, and I'm not liking the chances to be honest.
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tony

21st July 2008, 19:26
How do you know that when you get an answer that it's wrong?Is it a computer quiz.Here are some suggestions to play with.Tectonic,inflated,expanded,overdone,strained.And current,fissure,circuit,doorway,gateway,prelude,premiss,
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tony

21st July 2008, 21:10
I'm also thinkig along the lines of electricity
like Faraday effect etc.Please let us know when you find the answer because it's bugging me.
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tony

21st July 2008, 21:17
What about Faradays concept
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pep

21st July 2008, 22:37
I enter it into a box, and push enter. If you get it correct, you can refresh the screen. If its wrong a message box comes up and says "Wrong!"

That box is really starting to annoy me...


Oh, and thank you for those words, but again, putting them together is "Wrong!"

If nothing else, I'll get the answer at the end of the month. I'll post it here too.
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mike b

22nd July 2008, 10:20
Pep, can you just confirm that 'earth' doesn't have a capital E, as that might affect possible solutions. Thanks
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pep

22nd July 2008, 10:23
It is written here exactly as it is written there.

Earth does NOT have a capital :)
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hound

22nd July 2008, 14:00
'Electric Current'?

Electric for obvious reasons. 'Rent' also means a hole or opening I think?
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