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bbmpay.veritrans.co.id/del-dating-de-pealsordo.php Puzzleland Park page There are eight houses in Puzzleland Park, and the people of each house much only go out of their private gate directly across, on a line with the door of their own house. Each family has a private path of their own leading to their gate between a row of trees; no paths cross any other paths; no inmates of one house ever meet any of their neighbors, so they never quarrel about which should turn out for the other in Puzzleland. Some of the paths are crooked and very funny, but as each one has a map marked out by the landlord, who is a great puzzlist, they never get lost.
The Deaf and Dumb Alphabet page A story coded in the American Sign Language alphabet. The Betsy Ross trick page How to fold and cut a 5 pointed star. George Washington originally asked for 6-pointed stars, but Betsy Ross knew how to cut 5-pointed stars, and convinced George that they would look better.
The Moving Day puzzle page A difficult 2x3 Sliding Block Puzzle. Nick Baxter Sliding Block Puzzle page has a version of it. The Boxer Puzzle page Likely the first puzzle for Dots and Boxes. For a modern analysis, see the Elwyn Berlekamp book. Picket Posts page The "no 3 in a row" problem. Back From the Klondike page In recent years, Robert Abbott has greatly improved this maze type.
Fore and Aft Puzzle page A peg-jumping puzzle. The Domino Puzzle page In the game of Muggins, whenever the ends total to a multiple of 5, you score that many points. Show a game with a score of Peaches, Pears, Persimmons, and Plums page Obtain 5 rows of 4 in a row, 4 times, on a limited grid. The Joiner's Problem page