1052. Change the first letter of each pair of words to form a new word. Place
the letter, the same for each pair, on the blank line in the middle. When
you finish, you will have a new word reading down.
TAIL ______ RANK
ONTO ______ AS
MINK ______ POST
RING _______ HILL
1054. In one particular high school band in a certain school, 1/2 of the players are in 9th grade; 1/6 are in 10th grade; 1/12 are in 11th grade. The 12th graders number 15. How many players are in this band?
1055. Find the word that fits the first definition, then add a "C" in front of
it to make a new word that matches the second definition.
Place a "C" in front of a type of jump and get a cut of meat.
Place a "C" in front of what usually covers a head and get a piece of furniture.
1058. In Puzzleland's silly grocery store down the block, the proprietor has decided to price his produce a certain way. A daffodil (he sells flowers too) is worth 10¢; a carrot is worth 8¢; a peach is worth 5¢; a zucchini is worth 10¢. What is a plum worth?
1060. A doctor and a bus driver are both in love with the same woman, an attractive girl named Sarah. The bus driver had to go on a long bus trip that would last a week. Before he left, he gave Sarah seven apples. Why?
1063. You have stealthily raided your small child's piggy bank. You feel guilty as you count the money. You have the same number of dimes and quarters, totaling exactly $2.45. When you put it back, how many of each coin will you have to replace?
1064. While Jenn was out walking one day with her husband, Louis, she met Christopher, who was her only sister's mother-in-law's only son's grandfather-in-law. What was his relationship to Jenn and Louis?
1065. Each of the following jumbled words has had at least three of the same letter
removed from it, a different letter from each word. Find the missing letters to reconstruct the words.
YTHLNM AEEHNRU DEINNOI