Twelve nine-letter words, which include a former president of the USA, a state of the USA, and a county in England, have been divided into three-letter groups, producing:
Can you work out the twelve words? Pay no attention to the colours of the grid, or to uppercase/lowercase letters!
Great problem. Still trying to solve it.
I was trying to work it out earlier but was rudely interrupted for the thirtieth time today. My offspring charged in like a cross between a maelstrom and the Scarlet Pimpernel. waving her turquoise hat to get my attention (such insolence) and demanding to know if Jefferson was born in Yorkshire. I replied that since he was a President of the USA it could not be in England which has a sovereign. Her second guess of Wisconsin was wrong by many a kilometre. Where is the education of today's students?
Edited on December 13, 2006, 5:48 pm
Edited on December 13, 2006, 5:49 pm