Sunday, January 31, 2010

WORD PUZZLER - January E

Q1. Blooms, blossoms  (1 point)

Q2. The part of a plant where photosynthesis occurs (2 points)

Q3. The underground organ of a plant that absorbs water and nutrients (2 points)

Q4. Term for a plant that is expected to live for more than 3 growing seasons (3 points)

Q5. Underground food storage organs of dormant plants; daffodils grow from these (3 points)

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ANSWERS - January D

The answers to this week's mini crossword puzzle (Word Puzzler - January D) were:

Q1. A short description of a book used for promotional purposes, often found on the back cover  (2 points) BLURB

Q2. One of the main divisions of writing of relative length  (2 points) CHAPTER

Q3. Storyline; order of events in narrative  (2 points) PLOT

Q4. A decorative illustration facing a book's title page  (3 points) FRONTISPIECE

Q5. ISBN, International Standard Book ______  (1 point) NUMBER


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Sunday, January 24, 2010

WORD PUZZLER - January D


Q1. A short description of a book used for promotional purposes, often found on the back cover  (2 points)

Q2. One of the main divisions of writing of relative length  (2 points)

Q3. Storyline; order of events in narrative  (2 points)

Q4. A decorative illustration facing a book's title page  (3 points)

Q5. ISBN, International Standard Book ______  (1 point)

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ANSWERS & WINNER - January C


The answers to this week's mini crossword puzzle (Word Puzzler - January C) were:

Q1. All people have the right to medical care regardless of ____, religion, creed or political affiliation (3 points)  RACE

Q2. Medecins Sans Frontieres, Doctors Without _______ (2 points) BORDERS

Q3. World ______ - relief and development organisation focussing on children; sight ( 2 point)  VISION

Q4. World's largest humanitarian aid agency, The United _______ World Food Programme (WFP) (2 points)   NATIONS

Q5. Red _____ - international humanitarian organisation founded in 1863 (1 point)  CROSS

The winner this week was Balrub, scoring the full 10 points on offer!

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

WORD PUZZLER - January C




Q1. All people have the right to medical care regardless of ____, religion, creed or political affiliation (3 points)

Q2. Medecins Sans Frontieres, Doctors Without _______ (2 points)

Q3. World ______ - relief and development organisation focussing on children; sight ( 2 point)

Q4. World's largest humanitarian aid agency, The United _______ World Food Programme (WFP) (2 points)

Q5. Red _____ - international humanitarian organisation founded in 1863 (1 point)

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ANSWERS & WINNER - January B


The answers to this week's mini crossword puzzle (Word Puzzler - January B) were:

Q1. Musical scale with twelve pitches; derived from the Greek word meaning 'colour' (3 points) CHROMATIC

Q2. The use of chords; derived from the Greek word for 'agreement' (2 points) HARMONY

Q3. Music is an art form whose medium is _____ (1 point) SOUND

Q4. The frequency of a sound (3 points) PITCH

Q5. Musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes; French word for 'key' (2 points) CLEF

The winner this week was Balrub, scoring the full 11 points on offer.
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Sunday, January 10, 2010

WORD PUZZLER - January B



Q1. Musical scale with twelve pitches; derived from the Greek word meaning 'colour'  (3 points)

Q2. The use of chords; derived from the Greek word for 'agreement'  (2 points)

Q3. Music is an art form whose medium is _____  (1 point)

Q4. The frequency of a sound (3 points)

Q5. Musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes; French word for 'key' (2 points)

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ANSWERS - January A


The answers to this week's mini crossword puzzle (Word Puzzler - January A) were:

Q1. The modern game of tennis originated from the United _______ (1 point)  KINGDOM

Q2. The court surface at the French Open (2 points)  CLAY

Q3. Youngest ever female Grand Slam Champion (last name) (2 points)   HINGIS

Q4. Winner of Men's Singles Title, Australian Open 2009 (last name) (2 points)  NADAL

Q5. Head judge of a tennis match, chair ______ (1 point)   UMPIRE

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Sunday, January 3, 2010

WORD PUZZLER - January A



Q1. The modern game of tennis originated from the United _______ (1 point),

Q2. The court surface at the French Open (2 points)

Q3. Youngest ever female Grand Slam Champion (last name) (2 points)

Q4. Winner of Men's Singles Title, Australian Open 2009 (last name) (2 points)

Q5. Head judge of a tennis match, chair ______ (1 point)

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ANSWERS - December D


The answers to the last Word Puzzle for 2009 (December D) were :

Q1. This atmospheric layer absorbs up to 99% of the sun's high frequency UV light (2 points)   OZONE

Q2. Carbon _______; CO2 (1 point)   DIOXIDE

Q3. International Protocol aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions (2 points)   KYOTO

An increase in global temperatures will cause:

Q4. Sea ______ to rise (1 point)   LEVELS

Q5. Retreat of ________; ice rivers (2 points)   GLACIERS


And the winner of the word puzzle competition for December 2009 was Ladystorm with a total of 25 points - congratulations!

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