THE winner for October 13 is AM Monaghan, Glasgow YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Proverb 9 Easel 10 Apple 11 Analyst 12 Eat 13 Landlord 16 All-clear 17 Doe 19 Tidings 21 Hoist 22 Ramps 23 Rotunda DOWN: 1 Speaker 2 Hospital 3 Mere 4 Retailer 5 I say 6 Slate 8 Brain-teaser
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The journey then unfolds with illustrations, brain scan images, brain-teaser
games and interactive exhibits designed to entertain and enlighten visitors of all ages.
BRUM will be ahead of the game this weekend with a two-day brain-teaser
tournament which will include Scrabble and chess.
, posted online, consists of blocks of seemingly random letters.
The team of researchers, who reviewed 32 trials involving about 25,000 patients, said that mental exercise in the form of a regular "brain-teaser
" puzzle is the only proven method to boost brainpower as you age.
HERE'S a brain-teaser
. What's the difference between The Midwives and One Born Every Minute?
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ANSWER Paul Casey and Scott Verplank
Hundreds of thousands of people from more than 213 different countries around the globe are finding their way to the brain-teaser
site every month at: www.colstate.edu/mathcontest.
because we lost our way trying to multiply pounds 23.80 by 7, or some other equally fiendish mathematical brain-teaser
Terry Hands' interpretation and staging - along with a pet tortoise I - breathe light and space into the uproarious mathematical, brain-teaser
. Two modern-day headline-hunting academics \ make 2+2=5 as they vainly misread Bryonic history, the Age of Enlightment and landscape gardening in j fictional Derbyshire stately I home Sidley Park, where I ghosts from the past shimmy ; forth to reveal the truth -mainly we know less today than we think.
In fact, your first brain-teaser
might be: "Why two games instead of one?" It's not as if they're not worthy of standalone release, because both titles do a brilliant job of merging the RPG and puzzle genres to deliver deceptively strategic experiences.
Twisting and squishing your brain until you find the solution to more than 100 puzzles, a weird character called the Mannequin ushers you into his sinister world and challenges you to complete every brain-teaser
on offer if you want to be free from The Curse.