Untitled  LbNA # 7381 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateFeb 28 2004
CountyDuPage
LocationWarrenville, IL
Boxes1
Found By Dancing Dragonflies
Last Found Oct 15 2007
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PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Find the answers to the following questions. The dashes represent the number of letters in the word you are to find. The letters and numbers in parentheses at the end of each question are not hints. The number represents which dash the letter goes under. For example, number one has a 1w, meaning the first dash has a "w" beneath it. For number two, the fifth dash has a "c" beneath it and so on. Write these letters beneath their respective dashes. Each set of number and letter pertain only to its own question, and some questions contain two letters. You will use these letters to solve the clues at the end.


1) Name of skull that the clown dug
up in act 5, scene 1 of "Hamlet" (1w)

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2) Fifth letter of the Greek
alphabet (5c)

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3) Last name of poet who wrote
"Song of Hiawatha" (5e,10m)

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4) Maker of stringed instruments
such as the violin and cello (4u)

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5) Constellation in Greek mythology
which was a hunter that the
goddess Diana loved but
accidentally killed (1r)

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6) Place where Napolean was
finally defeated (5n)

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7) First name of composer Berlioz (3y)

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8) Motto used in the New York state
seal meaning "always upward" (2g)

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9) First name of man killed in a
duel with Aaron Burr (1x)

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10) A small, deep, wooded valley
(referred to in Dylan Thomas's
poem "Fern Hill")(4q)

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11) Study of origin and development
of words (2k)

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12) Last name of beloved English
novelist who at times wrote
under the pseudonym "Boz" (7j)

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13) In the Bible, the prisoner whom
the people wanted freed instead
of Jesus (Matthew 27: 16-21) (1p)

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14) District in England where poets
Wordsworth, Coleridge and
Southey lived (3b)

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15) In Greek mythology, the goddess
of love and beauty (2d)

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16) Last name of Lord Protector of
England from 1653-1658 (4f)

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17) Northern terminus of the
Appalachian Trail (1b)

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18) Town which was the site of a
battle where Scotland won its
freedom from England under
Robert the Bruce (9h)

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19) Country whose capital is
Jakarta (2t,6o)

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20) Christianity, Catholicism, Islam,
Judaeism, Buddhism, et al (6a)

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21) Greek unit of currency before
change to Euro (1L)

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The letters in the clues below represent the letters you have placed beneath the dashes in the questions above. You will only use letters above letters to solve the following. For example, if the "L" below the first dash in number 21 represented a "j" above it, every "L" in the clues below would then become a "j". Understand?

CLUES:

crrb hd panl txfol at eanjk cokkonj re xtjmonj at

dokonjrt eaocl qhalo kr oxjkont panlj xtl eatl akj

uxpakxk. kuaj aj kuo ycho kr kuo cryxkart, muayu wrh macc

jkacc tool kr eatl wrhnjoce.


dxnb at crk kmr kotkuj re x faco oxjk re fxat dxnbatq xnox

maku jaqt jxwatq qnrhtlj xtl nojrhnyoj. poerno wrh aj jfxcc

mrrlj. enrf crk, eatl exatk dxku uoxlatq atkr mrrlj. erccrm

kr rkuon otl. yrtkatho x eom eook kr fxat dxku. kxbo mojk k

r dxku coxlatq kr uhk. enrf uhk qr jknxaquk pxyb lrmt dxku

kr x jfxcc crto knoo rt x katw uacc. x eom jkodj kr krd re

uacc pouatl knoo. rto uhtlnol kuankw loqnooj kr kmr knhtbol

rxb.


***Note: Special markers have been provided if you would like to color this stamp accurately, but you will need to bring a wet cloth to wash any previous ink off the stamp.