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  • Take 5 Issue 12 - 2018     Closing Date: Friday 06 April 2018

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« : Friday 16 March 2018, 08:46:22 am »
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Puzzle 2 - Car ($23,758) - Crook
Puzzle 3 - Home entertainment pack ($1,798) - Afternoons
Puzzle 4 - Ladies' watch ($1,555) - Path
Puzzle 5 - Cash ($50) - O'Neill
Puzzle 6 - Dishwasher ($649) - Truce
Puzzle 7 - Wellness pack ($489) - Part
Puzzle 8 - Men's watch ($1,295) - Biodegradable
Puzzle 9 - Tea set ($1,149) - B
Puzzle 10 - Sudoku Pub Quiz ($50) {Orange} - 44
Puzzle 11 - Sudoku Pub Quiz ($50) {Blue} - 425
Puzzle 12 - Sudoku Pub Quiz ($50) {Green} - 9
Puzzle 13 - Sudoku Pub Quiz ($50) {Pink} - 11
Puzzle 14 - Cash ($100) - Sandhill
Puzzle 15 - Cash ($50) - Rocky Road
Puzzle 16 - Cash ($50) - Science
Puzzle 17 - Cookware ($829) - Picture
Puzzle 18 - Cash ($200) - Lukewarm
Puzzle 19 - Chest freezer ($799) - Apple
Puzzle 20 - Cash ($100) - Echidna
Puzzle 21 - Cash ($50) - Pilot
Puzzle 22 - Cash ($100) - Salt
Puzzle 23 - Cash ($100) - Waterhole
Puzzle 24 - Cash ($50) - Mind
Puzzle 25 - Tablet ($799) - Ocean
Puzzle 26 - Crossword ($3,000) - Helicopter

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Puzzle 28 - Cash Splash ($100) - Service
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Puzzle 31 - Cash Splash ($50) - Lie
Puzzle 32 - Cash Splash ($50) - Step
Puzzle 33 - Cash Splash ($200) - 8
Puzzle 34 - Cash Splash ($50) - Mushroom
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Page 24 - Whodunnit fiction ($250) - Mary-Anne (Had to be a right hander, Roger is a lefty and he would have been seen coming from behind him to strike with the left handed blow.)
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« Reply #1 : Monday 19 March 2018, 10:42:42 am »
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Page 24 - Whodunnit fiction ($250) - Mary-Anne (Had to be a right hander, Roger is a lefty and he would have been seen coming from behind him to strike with the left handed blow.)
I actually thought it was Roger because he was left handed.
The blow was on the left side rear of his head with a lot  of force.
That tells me it was swung from the left - as a leftie would strike.
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« Reply #2 : Monday 19 March 2018, 11:35:36 am »
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Page 24 - Whodunnit fiction ($250) - Mary-Anne (Had to be a right hander, Roger is a lefty and he would have been seen coming from behind him to strike with the left handed blow.)
I actually thought it was Roger because he was left handed.
The blow was on the left side rear of his head with a lot  of force.
That tells me it was swung from the left - as a leftie would strike.


Dunno, I’m a righty and if I was to strike a blow I’d stand on the left of someone to get maximum power. Otherwise id be striking a backhanded blow.  A lefty would stand on the right hand side of a person which means they would have been standing near the window, impossible to not be seen walking past someone to get to the right of them.
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« Reply #3 : Monday 19 March 2018, 05:48:54 pm »
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Have to agree with Rosie 125
It was done by a left-handed person from behind (never saw it coming) so therefore it would be ROGER.
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« Reply #4 : Wednesday 21 March 2018, 09:43:12 pm »
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Have to agree with Rosie 125
It was done by a left-handed person from behind (never saw it coming) so therefore it would be ROGER.
That's what I was saying  think about not being seen.  A Left handed person has to strike coming from the right of a person for maximum force, otherwise they would be doing a backhanded blow. If a lefty did that, they would have to pass them right in view of the mirror in order to get on their right hand side. so would be seen.

A right handed person could strike from the left hand side for maximum force, not have to pass them in front of the mirror, and not be seen.

I think that's what I mean . . . . possibly Smile
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