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Suspence
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 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:57 pm    Post subject: 1281 I'm may have the individual tiers, and therefore the character count needed for each letter, correct. I'm pretty sure I have the left/right/center part wrong, as it seems it should build up from the bottom left. As far as I can see, though, the ternary codes would be obvious (though likely incorrect). Each number directs the decision at a decision point, 0=Left, 1=Center, 2=Right, I'm guessing. So the letter R would be 02. W would be 2022. X would be 1102. What am I missing? Your point about the frequencies only being provided to develop the tree is a good one._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.Last edited by Suspence on Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:01 pm; edited 1 time in total
gftt*
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 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:00 pm    Post subject: 1282 Suspence, I agree with your chart, apart from the fact that you're missing V and J under the 35. Should read 35 8 V J QXZ
gftt*
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 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:03 pm    Post subject: 1283 00 E 010 A 011 G 012 I 02 R 10 [space] 11000 Q 11001 X 11002 Z 1101 V 1102 J 111 D 112 U 120 P 121 F 122 B 200 H 201 T 2020 Y 2021 K 2022 W 210 M 211 S 212 L 220 N 221 C 222 O
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:04 pm    Post subject: 1284 Good to hear that I'm on the right track, and good catch. Updated: _________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
gftt
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:06 pm    Post subject: 1285 If that's the code then the string reads REENCODE THIS STRING OPTIMALLY THEN DECODE USING THE ORIGINAL CODE YOUR ANSWER WILL APPEAR FOLLOWED BY GIBBERISH WHEN OPTIMIZING INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING PADDING BOXTOP CLAMPS CLAY DAN DRILL DUMP DUNK FAMILY FEVER FLAY FLUB GRAMMAR GRAMPS GROW GUNK HIGHWAY HIM HUMPS HUNT JACK JAY JOKER JOVIAL JUMPER JUNK KISMET LOUSE MAJOR MAST MAZE NEON NEST NOSE PLANTS PLOTS PUSHED QUICK RAFFLE ROAD SLIM SLOT SO STOOP STUMPED SWANK THEOREM THINK THUMP UNDERWHELM VIKING VIXEN WARP WHAMMY WHIG WHISKEY ZACK OK, who wants to do the next step?
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:49 pm    Post subject: 1286 Q 1 X 2 Z 3 V 4 B 5 J 7 F 8 C 9 Y 10 K 12 W 13 G 14 D 16 U 17 P 18 H 19 T 20 R 21 M 22 S 23 L 25 N 26 O 27 A 28 I 29 E 34 [space] 70 Does this count as "doing the next step"?_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Scurra
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:05 pm    Post subject: 1287 Well I'm glad I was going the right way at least, even if I didn't understand the next bit... (Distracted a little by Top GLer too. Well, that's my excuse.)_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:09 pm    Post subject: 1288

 Suspence wrote: Q 1 X 2 Z 3 V 4 B 5 J 7 F 8 C 9 Y 10 K 12 W 13 G 14 D 16 U 17 P 18 H 19 T 20 R 21 M 22 S 23 L 25 N 26 O 27 A 28 I 29 E 34 [space] 70 Does this count as "doing the next step"?

I guess. I should have mentioned that there are spaces at the end of each line - did you get those? (Just making sure.)
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:05 am    Post subject: 1289 I copy/pasted and I believe they are counted. There's no space at the end. I'll do the grunt work tonight unless someone is already on it._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:13 am    Post subject: 1290 1 6 Q 1 X 2 Z 3 2 15 V 4 B 5 1 6 3 24 J 7 F 8 C 9 4 35 Y 10 K 12 W 13 5 45 G 14 2 15 D 16 6 54 U 17 P 18 H 19 7 63 T 20 R 21 M 22 8 72 S 23 3 24 L 25 9 81 N 26 O 27 A 28 10 98 I 29 E 34 4 35 11 162 5 45 6 54 7 63 12 223 [space] 70 8 72 9 81 13 483 10 98 11 162 12 223 I'll convert this to a grid, then list the ternary._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:23 am    Post subject: 1291 _________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:34 am    Post subject: 1292 Here's what I came up with...I did it by hand, so I hope it's correct: A 222 B 1011 C 2112 D 102 E 01 F 2111 G 100 H 112 I 00 J 2110 K 021 L 212 M 122 N 220 O 221 P 111 Q 10120 R 121 S 210 T 120 U 110 V 1010 W 022 X 10121 Y 020 Z 10122 [space] 20_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:51 am    Post subject: 1293 1210101220211222110201201201120021020210120121002201002022111112000122222212212020201201120122020102012112221102012011021000220100201201120120221121001000022022221220211222110201  020221110121202222202100220112120022002122122022211111101222121202111221212212221022011022010110202010000101110110112100210112  02211201220202211111200012200101220022010020002202112212110102012012011201202111221212212221022002201002011122210210200220100  10112211012112022111120211221222212211121020211221222202020102222220201021210021221220102110122111201021102200212021112221220021202020211101101001121202111212222020  2111212110101120100121222122122222121201001212221221112102010012122102220100110220021201120010011202222202020112001222011211012211121020112110220120  211022221120212021102220202021102210210112120211022110100022221220211011012211101121202110110220021200210021012201120202122211102100120122222211022112120122222210120  122222101220120220012212202022001210120202202212100120111212222220120210201112122211202102011111021011201102201012011000211202120121222211121112120120121221222102  21021200122202102122211202021022120210120221221111202101201101221110110220210022222220021201201120122112101122201201120022002120120112110122111201102201020112102211201212122  101000021002201002010100010121012202002222212111120022112222122122020200221120010020022112002100210102020101222222112021 _________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:55 am    Post subject: 1294 Call in FABRIC_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
LordKinbote
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:01 am    Post subject: 1295 FABRIC is correct. We're skipping a puzzle called "Carb Pool" which involved identifying broken pieces of pasta. The answer to that one (which doesn't matter because, as I said, you can't solve this meta) was SEASON. The next puzzle after that was called "Edge of Your Seat Fun". Teams had to send a player to headquarters to play a modified version of Jenga. They were able to cash in the Jenga pieces for words. They eventually got the following words (which were ordered by color and are presented in correct order below)... PROUST MAPLE UNCLEAR RIDER AWNING COIN REACTION EARTH You can finish it off from there, and then we'll move on to a more meaty puzzle.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:07 am    Post subject: 1296 STUPOR AMPLE NUCLEAR DRIER WANING ICON CREATION HEART Call in SANDWICH_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
LordKinbote
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:24 am    Post subject: 1297 SANDWICH is right, though your first word is wrong. Do you see why? Next: Movie Musicals by Patrick Blindauer and Francis Heaney
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:50 am    Post subject: 1298 Not immediately. Must be SPROUT... EDIT: Ah, yes...only only letter moves per word._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:58 am    Post subject: 1299 Charlie Wilson's War The Color of Money Duck Soup Enchanted April Fool's Gold Grave of the Fireflies The Help Ishtar Life Is Sweet Madonna: Truth or Dare Men in Black The Mission Mulholland Falls Sabrina Say Anything Schindler's List Spy Kids The Star Chamber Playbills: Les Miserables American Idiot South Pacific Dreamgirls Priscilla Queen of the Desert Kismet Falsettos La Cage Aux Folles Sarafina_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
gftt*
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 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:09 pm    Post subject: 1300 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is at lower left.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:34 pm    Post subject: 1301 Top Row: ON YOUR TOES - Older B&W playbill with no yellow banner SARAFINA - 3 peoples faces, all wearing hats HIGH SPIRITS - B&W with yellow banner, 3 people DREAMGIRLS - 3 women's legs BRING IN DA NOISE, BRING IN DA FUNK - Man dancing Next Row: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES - Red feathers PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT - Bus with sparkles HELLO DOLLY - Very gray one, with a seated person FALSETTOS - Three cartoon figures holding a heart LITTLE WOMEN - Sketch of the profiles of several women SONG & DANCE - Watercolor-looking man AMERICAN IDIOT - Hand holding red grenade Next Row: SWEENEY TODD THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET - Two disturbing cartoon people STARLIGHT EXPRESS - Star SOUTH PACIFIC - 5 people in a circle GODSPELL - Face, half blacked out LES MISERABLES - Little girl KISMET - Older style playbill, sword at the top_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 1:53 pm    Post subject: 1302

17 CharlieWilsonsWar
15 TheColorofMoney
8 DuckSoup
14 EnchantedApril
9 FoolsGold
19 GraveoftheFireflies
7 TheHelp
6 Ishtar
11 LifeIsSweet
10 MeninBlack
10 TheMission
15 MulhollandFalls
7 Sabrina
11 SayAnything
14 SchindlersList
7 SpyKids
14 TheStarChamber

13 LesMiserables
13 AmericanIdiot
12 SouthPacific
10 Dreamgirls
25 PriscillaQueenoftheDesert
6 Kismet
9 Falsettos
15 LaCageAuxFolles
8 Sarafina
10 OnYourToes
11 HighSpirits
27 BringInDaNoiseBringInDaFunk
10 HelloDolly
11 LittleWomen
12 SongAndDance
38 SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet
16 StarlightExpress
8 Godspell

 Code: 14 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaa 25 - PRISCILLAQUEENOFTHEDESERT 19 - GRAVEOFTHEFIREFLIES 13 - aaaaaaaaaaaaa 8  - DUCKSOUP 12 - aaaaaaaaaaaa 7  - aaaaaaa 10 - aaaaaaaaaa 7  - aaaaaaa 27 - BRINGINDANOISEBRINGINDAFUNK 14 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaa 11 - aaaaaaaaaaa 11 - aaaaaaaaaaa 38 - SWEENEYTODDTHEDEMONBARBEROFFLEETSTREET 6  - ISHTAR 16 - STARLIGHTEXPRESS 15 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 10 - aaaaaaaaaa 17 - CHARLIEWILSONSWAR 8  - aaaaaaaa 10 - aaaaaaaaaa 12 - aaaaaaaaaaaa 15 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 9  - FALSETTOS 7  - aaaaaaa 6  - KISMET 14 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaa 13 - aaaaaaaaaaaaa 9  - FOOLSGOLD 8  - aaaaaaaa 18 - MADONNATRUTHORDARE 10 - aaaaaaaaaa 11 - aaaaaaaaaaa 11 - aaaaaaaaaaa 10 - aaaaaaaaaa 15 - LACAGEAUXFOLLES

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gftt*
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Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:32 pm    Post subject: 1303

Suspence wrote:

 Code: 14 - ENCHANTED APRIL 25 - PRISCILLAQUEENOFTHEDESERT 19 - GRAVEOFTHEFIREFLIES 13 - LES MISERABLES 8  - DUCKSOUP 12 - SOUTHPACIFIC 7  - THEHELP 10 - HELLODOLLY 7  - SABRINA 27 - BRINGINDANOISEBRINGINDAFUNK 14 - SCHINDLERSLIST 11 - LITTLEWOMEN 11 - LIFEISSWEET 38 - SWEENEYTODDTHEDEMONBARBEROFFLEETSTREET 6  - ISHTAR 16 - STARLIGHTEXPRESS 15 - THECOLOROFMONEY 10 - ONYOURTOES 17 - CHARLIEWILSONSWAR 8  - SARAFINA 10 - THEMISSION 12 - SONGANDDANCE 15 - MULHOLLANDFALLS 9  - FALSETTOS 7  - SPYKIDS 6  - KISMET 14 - THESTARCHAMBER 13 - AMERICANIDIOT 9  - FOOLSGOLD 8  - GODSPELL 18 - MADONNATRUTHORDARE 10 - DREAMGIRLS 11 - SAYANYTHING 11 - HIGHSPIRITS 10 - MENINBLACK 15 - LACAGEAUXFOLLES

End of movie title overlaps with beginning of musical title with one additional letter. Letters spell LIPPASTHEWILDBLANK so call in PARTY
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:32 pm    Post subject: 1304 Call in PARTY_________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:33 pm    Post subject: 1305 Hah...simulpost, but you win _________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
LordKinbote
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:42 pm    Post subject: 1306 Correct. We originally tested this puzzle without the blanks and it proved fairly impossible. Not sure if this one can be solved remotely, but hey, let's give it a shot. My Summer Vacation by Molly de Blanc and Emily Morgan
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:48 pm    Post subject: 1307 I'll be in Boston later today. Should I bring this puzzle with me? We started our historical tour at the Common. Dad wanted to see the burial site of some famous historical guy. Dad said he was a revolutionary and a brewer, but I wasn’t so sure about the brewer part. This seems to refer to Samuel Adams grave at Granary Burying Ground, just outside of the Boston Common._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.Last edited by Suspence on Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:01 pm; edited 2 times in total
LordKinbote
Daedalian Member

Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:51 pm    Post subject: 1308

 Suspence wrote: I'll be in Boston later today. Should I bring this puzzle with me? We started our historical tour at the Common. Dad wanted to see the burial site of some famous historical guy. Dad said he was a revolutionary and a brewer, but I wasn’t so sure about the brewer part. This seems to refer to Samuel Adams grave at Granary Burying Ground, just outside of the Boston Common.

I believe there was at least one team that solved this puzzle without leaving their building at all (or maybe that happened in testing). But I personally was very surprised.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:01 pm    Post subject: 1309 The station looked different from the others. Mom said the style was “art deco”. It was decorated with tiles that seemed to be a childrens’ art project. I counted the skyscrapers on Pat Mogan’s tile. The next train that arrived was pulled into the station by a smiling red engine. I didn’t think they used engines for city transit systems, but apparently they do in Boston? The engine continued to smile at me. His name was spelled out in shiny gold letters on the side (I knew it was his name because he told me), as well as an elegant “No. 1.” He seemed a little lost, however. He kept saying he was supposed to be at the end of the Skarloey Railway, but I don’t think that’s anywhere near Boston... This seems to be about Thomas the Train. Thomas is number 1, but he's also blue. I did find this. _________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:03 pm    Post subject: 1310 I stopped paying attention because I was hungry. We tried to find the F&T restaurant that Dad remembered from his last trip, but apparently it had closed. I found this: Dozens of denizens of the former F&T Restaurant gathered last week to share memories at the June 5 dedication of a plaque commemorating the bygone eatery, which once stood at the site of today's Kendall Square inbound subway entrance._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
gftt*
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Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:42 pm    Post subject: 1311

 Suspence wrote: I stopped paying attention because I was hungry. We tried to find the F&T restaurant that Dad remembered from his last trip, but apparently it had closed. . I found this: Dozens of denizens of the former F&T Restaurant gathered last week to share memories at the June 5 dedication of a plaque commemorating the bygone eatery, which once stood at the site of today's Kendall Square inbound subway entrance.

Given this part of the text:
. “Those are quite lovely,” he said and pointed to something hanging between the two platforms.

“What do you think they do, Detective?” The woman asked, staring at the pieces of metal.

“Why, they make music, Miss Lemon.”

“How many types of instruments are there? Can you see?”

I recalled that Kendall's T stop had the instrument things in between the platform. Here's more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kendall_Band
Scurra
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 11:40 pm    Post subject: 1312 Movie/book references: #1 May be The Fugitive? (Harrison Ford movie version, set in Chicago) #2 As noted this ought to be Thomas the Tank Engine (set on the island of Sodor) but there's something odd going on. #3 is the plot of Hickory Dickory Dock, an Agatha Christie novel, so the detective is Hercule Poirot (set in London) #4 is obviously Harry Potter, Ron Weasley & Hermione Granger but not apparently from any particular book (set in London) #5 ??? #6 is The Doctor and Rose from the episode Rose in Doctor Who (set in London) #7 appears to refer to Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City #8 is Dark City (one of my favourite movies!) #9 is Ghostbusters II (set in New York) Alas, I know nothing about Boston metro stops... I guess the numbers we are supposed to find will index into the titles of the works?_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:12 am    Post subject: 1313 The settings all seem to be stops on the MBTA, probably all on the red line. #1: Park Street (near Boston Common & the Sam Adams grave site) #2: ??? #3: Kendall (F&T Restaurant, as mentioned above) #4: Harvard (oldest university) #5: South Station (transferring from airport) #6: Andrew (next to South Boston VFW) #7: Charles/MGH (outdoors, next to river & hospital) #8: Central (Rock Band makers = Harmonix, headquarters in Cambridge) #9: Downtown Crossing (3 lines meet)
gftt*
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 Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:19 am    Post subject: 1314 It would make the stations non-consecutive, but #2 might be Davis, given that it does have a childrens' art project with tiles: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Davis_%28MBTA_station%29
Scurra
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:10 pm    Post subject: 1315 The non-Red Line location of #5 appears to be the Tech Nickel Plate Railroad which is the MIT model railroad club layout._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Suspence
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 5:41 pm    Post subject: 1316 I went to Boston and didn't manage to do any puzzle solving. I did see the Sox lose 14-13 in a crazy game, however._________________I hate people who try to write interesting things in their signature.
Scurra
Daedalian Member

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:58 pm    Post subject: 1317

 Suspence wrote: I went to Boston and didn't manage to do any puzzle solving. I did see the Sox lose 14-13 in a crazy game, however.
You need to sort your priorities out.
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New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
Scurra
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 1:51 am    Post subject: 1318 I have been trying to find out if the numbers we need can be found online, but it's proving tricky. #1 Number of lights on the outbound track at Park Street. Possibly the answer is indeed the same as the number of gunshots in the film but I don't have a copy of the film to check. #2 Number of skyscrapers on the tile at Davis. I can't find any with skyscrapers at: http://davissquaretilesproject.com/davis-square-tiles though (and there is no Pat Mogan in the list of children.) #3 Number of instruments at Kendall. This is either 3 (for the thee separate installations) or 18 (because one of them consists of 16 parts.) #4 Second historical display at Harvard. No idea what this is referring to, and can't seem to find any pictures or anything #5 Number of payphones on one side of the track at South Station. Can't find a picture. #6 Number of red stripes at Andrew (multiplied by 2). I think this is six http://www.flickr.com/photos/54690684@N07/5967658017/ #7 Number of advertising hoardings in the middle of the tracks at Charles/MGH. Based on this picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/freakpower/814931616/ I'd say the answer was four (or possibly five if there is one beyond the picture.) #8 Number of murals at Central station. There appear to be seven murals in total in the “East Indian” set #9 Number of electronic signs(?) at Downtown Crossing, Very difficult to determine from photographs but it looks like only one or two. However, I have had more luck with the other part: the entries appear to refer to fictional stations within the stories described, and - conveniently - they are coming out in alphabetical order... Of course, this probably means we need to find a sort order as well. (This was prompted by my wondering why the Harry Potter wasn't specified. First thought was that it was because they all started with the same letters so it didn't matter!) #1 ? The Fugitive (Balbo) #2 ? Thomas and Friends (Crovan's Gate - end of Skarloey line) #3 3 Hickory Dickory Dock (Hickory Road) #4 ? Harry Potter and the whatever (Hogsmeade) #5 ? Tech Nickel Plate Railroad (annoyingly I think this ought to be Gifford City which doesn't fit the alpha) #6 3 Doctor Who: Rose (Queen's Arcade) #7 4 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Rockford - Shoreside and Staunton aren't alpha) #8 7 Dark City (Shell Beach) #9 2 Ghostbusters II (Van Horne)_________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
LordKinbote
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:03 am    Post subject: 1319 If we deem it impossible, I can just give you the necessary numbers.
Scurra
Daedalian Member

 Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:05 am    Post subject: 1320 Sorting by station order gives: #2 ? Thomas and Friends (Crovan's Gate) Davis #4 ? Harry Potter and the whatever (Hogsmeade) Harvard #8 7 Dark City (Shell Beach) Central #3 3 Hickory Dickory Dock (Hickory Road) Kendall #7 4 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Rockford) Charles/MGH #1 ? The Fugitive (Balbo) Park #9 2 Ghostbusters II (Van Horne) Downtown #5 ? Tech Nickel Plate Railroad (Gifford City???) South #6 3 Doctor Who: Rose (Queen's Arcade) Andrew ??ECK?A?E I do not for one moment think that the answer is CHECKMATE (partly because BALBO does not have an M in it!) but I would probably call it in at this point just to get a "no"..._________________ still Quiz Olympiad champion. Must get a life. New definitions: COFFEE - someone who is coughed upon
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