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Sunday, November 22, 2009

HIDDEN ASEAN REGIONAL FORUM-MEMBER COUNTRIES

by Pablo C. Villasenor

ASEAN Regional Forum-member countries are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. I put the torch in a secured place.
2. Can you find one Siamese cat in the park?
3. If it is impractical to bind, I advise you to just staple the papers.
4. The words shout, hail, and flag are synonymous.
5. An African adage goes “In order to catch a monkey, you must behave like a monkey.”
6. After Camilla, Oscar was called to deliver his speech.
7. Can Peter and Bob run either backwards or sideways?
8. On the left side of the drainage basin, gap or empty space was discovered.
9. With a piece of cloth and a tetrapak, I stanched the flow of blood from my arm.
10. In a government council called soviet, nametags are required to be worn at all times by the employees.


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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

HIDDEN PLANETS AND OTHER CELESTIAL BODIES

by Pablo C. Villasenor

Planets and other celestial bodies are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!


1. The sprinter from Peru ran using non-branded shoes.
2. It may be ambitious but his universal aim was to unify all countries of the world.
3. Did you hear the explosion?
4. Just arrive on time and a complimentary drink will be given to you.
5. The raven used its beak and claws in feasting on the dead cow.
6. If you become the president, what programs will you implement?
7. Magnesium, arsenic, oxygen, and gold are all chemical elements.
8. The school principal’s memo only talked about the tardiness of the students.
9. What he did was a turning point in his political career.
10. A gamete or a mature sexual reproductive cell has haploid number of chromosomes.


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Sunday, November 8, 2009

HIDDEN MOBILE PHONE BRANDS

by Pablo C. Villasenor

Mobile phone brands are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. It is surprising that a local cat eloped with an imported dog.
2. Does age matter?
3. Bob enquired about his wife’s health records for the past 10 years.
4. It will take you nearly 10 hours to drive from Alamo to Roland, New Hope, Texas.
5. When I saw the sign OK, I assumed it was safe to enter the property’s premises.
6. In Tokyo, ceramic tiles of various colors and sizes are readily available in most stores.
7. If there is a storm warning, the school principal may suspend classes.
8. The chosen donkey for the parade is owned by my friend.
9. On the beach, Aussie men sighted three ailing whales.
10. With the help of a strategically-placed trap, plenty of mice were caught overnight.


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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

HIDDEN AMERICAN PRESIDENTS' SURNAMES

by Pablo C. Villasenor

American presidents' surnames are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. A 20% discount will be given to decorated cakes if ordered three days in advance.
2. Who oversee the ranch workers?
3. A damsel is a young girl usually born from a noble family.
4. The policemen are trying to capture a gangster who has been in hiding for nearly a decade.
5. He dated a geisha yesterday afternoon.
6. It was not a common roebuck or male deer that Peter caught in the forest.
7. Aside from John Napier, celebrated Scottish mathematicians include James Clerk Maxwell and Colin Maclaurin.
8. The cadet was ordered to squat after making 20 push-ups.
9. The zinc level and boron content in water are carefully monitored by hydrologists.
10. He confessed that he and his cohorts planned to rob a mall in the city.


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