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331. A lady said, "Iím Mrs. Robinson".  A man, overhearing her said, "Thatís funny, so am I".  Both were telling the truth.  There was nothing abnormal about the man.  How could his claim be true?

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332. Change the first letter of each pair of words below to create two new words.  Then put the new letter that you used on the line between them.  When you have completed each line, you will have a new word reading down.  (Ex:  NOSE____BENT = ROSE   R   RENT.

PADDLE______WORE
        ON______KRIS
FORTH______DOTE
   RING______SNOW

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333. The pars for a nine-hole golf course designed by a mathematician are:
3 3 5 4 4 3 5 5 4.  Can you determine the basis on how the pars were obtained?

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334. I live above a star, but do not burn.
I have 11 friends that do not turn.
My initials are PRS.
What am I?

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335. Five friends, Andrew, Bernard, Claude, Donald, and Eugene, each have a son and a daughter.  Their families are so close that each has married his daughter to the son of one of his friends, and as a result the daughter-in-law of the father of Andrew's son-in-law is the sister-in-law of Bernard's son, and the son-in-law of the father of Claude's daughter-in-law is the brother-in-law of Donald's daughter.  But although the daughter-in-law of the father of Bernard's daughter-in-law has the same mother-in-law as the son-in-law of the father of Donald's son-in-law, the situation is simplified by the fact that no daughter-in-law is the sister-in-law of the daughter of her father-in-law.  Who married Eugene's daughter?

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336. What word, expression, or name is depicted below?
STEP
PETS
PETS

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337. James went to a party early, drank some of the fruit punch and then left. Everyone else at the party who drank the fruit punch subsequently died of poisoning.  Why was he not poisoned?

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338. What comes next in this sequence:
72  53  34  25       ?

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339. Rachel, Ryan, Pat, Charlie, and Marie, were guessing the number of beach balls in a window display.  Rachel guessed 21, Ryan guessed 25, Pat guessed 23, Charlie guessed 20, and Marie guessed 24.  One was correct.  Two were off by 2, one was off by 3 and one by 1.  How many beach balls were there?

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340. The names of three vegetables are inter-lettered below.  The order of the letters is the same for each vegetable.  Can you find them?

CBRPAOULOCTAIFCOTOLOLIWER

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341. As far as we know, the letters in the word ENUMERATION can be rearranged into only one other word.  What is it?

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342. Bill flies 3,000 miles to Paris at 600 MPH.  Because of head winds, the return flight takes 8 hours.  What is his approximate speed for the entire 2 way trip?

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343. First think of the person who lives in disguise, 
Who deals in secrets and tells naught but lies. 
Next, tell me what's always the last thing to mend, 
The middle of middle and end of the end? 
And finally give me the sound often heard 
During the search for a hard-to-find word. 
Now string them together, and answer me this, 
Which creature would you be unwilling to kiss?

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344. How many S's are there in the names of the 2 longest rivers in the world?

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345. What are the next two letters in this series:
A  E  F  H  I  K  L  M  ??

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