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The mixture as before—well, not exactly. Another batch of words and meanings, but they have been mixed up to give you the chance of sorting them. Score 8-10. excellent; 5-7, very good; 3-4. average. 1. Rabid Cleft Into four parts. 2. Morbid Moderately sour or acid. 3. Turbid .... Cogent, soun/1. conclusive. 4. Placid Inflated, bleated, pompous. 5. VlfcH Fhinin?, glittering. 6. Fulgid Unhcplthy. 7. Turbid .... Muddy, not 8. Valid ... Fertne. trmquil. contented. f». Subacid M.ad. raging. . 10. Quadrifid Glutinous. . sticky, tenacious. (Answers on page 9)

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PETER SIMPLE'S POSERS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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PETER SIMPLE'S POSERS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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