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# I would like to purchase a crosticlue puzzle book

I would like a crosticlue puzzle book. Or, at least one with a number of crosticlue puzzles. I'm finding it difficult to locate puzzle books with a good number of these puzzles. Thanks in advance for any information that anyone can provide in helping me get more crosticlue puzzles!:)

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Hope This Helps!

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

This took me ages. Hope it not too hard to follow.
1st square is a small one made up of the top left four pins of the 1st and 2nd row,and is the only straight square on the board.
2nd square is made from 3rd pin top row connected to 5th pin 2nd row, then make a sq from here.
3rd square is made by connecting 4th pin top row to 3rd pin down on far right row, then make the largest sq from here.
4th square is made by connecting 5th pin top row to top pin in the far right row then make the sq from here.
5th square is made by connecting 3rd pin 2nd row to 2nd pin down far right row, then make the rest of the square from here.
6th square is made by connecting 3rd pin across on 3rd row to 4th pin across on 4th row, then make the rest of the square from here. Finally 7th square is made by connecting 1st pin 4th row to 1st pin 5th row, and make the rest of the square from here.
When I describe pins, I am talking about actual pins, not counting gaps where pin could be.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

67 = 9 sweets

a has 3
b has 5
c has 1

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

134 Land Disputes
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1. The feuding parties have demanded that the land be divided into four
identically sized properties. You'll have a much easier time achieving
this if you start all your divisions from the middle of the large chunk
of land.
2. If you find a group of houses or wells together, you know where one of
your proper lines needs to go.
Now you just need to use a little logic to determine where the lines
need to pass through.
3. The division lines for all four properties run through the center of the
map.
You'd do well to try dividing things up further after you've decided how
to allot the four squares in the center of the map.

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Posted on Mar 03, 2009

SOURCE: Where is puzzel 120

Hey puzzle number 120 is at the top of the sewer steps near the restaurant and that annoying laughing girl.

Caitlin..x

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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