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Third Base (Posted on 2003-09-15) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Here are some newspaper headlines:

YOU RUB IT,
SHEEP DUELED WAR STEPS,
AGING BORED TO NUT PRAYED,
FOSSILL WINS A QUIT AND OIL IT

What is the most likely "name" for this newspaper?

A: WARRITIRE B: AT IT SPARED C: TANK CURE

Note: Spaces/commas count in this code, but are nothing in it. Also, treat all words to have one space/comma between the next word. (There is no space before the beginning or after the end of the headlines, or before each possible newspaper name)

See The Solution Submitted by Gamer    
Rating: 2.7143 (7 votes)

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Hmmm | Comment 5 of 13 |
I'm working on the assumption that the newspaper title must be the keyword to the code, and so when we plug in the correct title, all the headlines will (continue to) make sense. However, so far I'm getting nowhere, and my little en/decryption program I had written isn't yet powerful enough to do more than and and subtract the letters...
Hmmm...
  Posted by Sam on 2003-09-17 02:08:06
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