17.1208, Prizes: Still Left!

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LINGUIST List: Vol-17-1208. Fri Apr 21 2006. ISSN: 1068 - 4875.

Subject: 17.1208, Prizes: Still Left!

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Date: 21-Apr-2006
From:  linguist < linguist at linguistlist.org >
Subject: Solve Puzzles, Win Prizes 

	
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Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 13:51:02
From:  linguist < linguist at linguistlist.org >
Subject: Solve Puzzles, Win Prizes 
 


Fund Drive is over...but the fun isn't over yet!

Take a break from writing and grading papers and refresh your mind with
some of the many puzzles and games still available on the LINGUIST 
cruise:

     http://linguistlist.org/games-puzzles.html

There are still prizes available for the following puzzles, which will 
be open for just one more week (until May 1st):

*Cryptograms 
Decipher the code to read the linguistics-related phrases:

     http://linguistlist.org/newpuzzleindex.html
	 
     -3 prizes left for Cryptograms 1 and 2
     -4 prizes left for Cryptogram 3
	 
*MegaLingoku
This puzzle uses a Sudoku format, but it uses vowels from the IPA chart. 
There is one unique solution, and the ones who give it to us first will 
win fabulous prizes:

     http://linguistlist.org/mega-lingoku.html
     
     -4 prizes left
	  
*Lewis Carroll/Through the Looking Glass 
Lewis Carroll was a clever man: he was an author, mathematician, 
logician, and photographer. In addition to his literary output, Lewis 
Carroll created a vast range of games and puzzles that depend upon 
wordplay of various kinds. See if you can solve our Lewis Carroll 
puzzles:

     http://linguistlist.org/lewis-carroll.html
	 
     -1 prize left for solving numbers 1&2
     -1 prize left for solving numbers 3&4
     -1 prize left for solving numbers 5&6
     -2 prizes left for solving number 7
     -1 prize left for solving number 8 (the *only* prize for this 
        difficult puzzle)

*Geocache
To win this game, you must search through our Hometown Tours to find the
city that matches each clue. Happy hunting!

     http://linguistlist.org/virtualgeocache.html

     -4 prizes left
	 

We hope you enjoy these activities. Remember--prizes are available only
until May 1st, so get cracking!

Sincerely,
-The LINGUIST Crew 






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