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Saturday, December 19, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

American states' capital cities are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The 10-year old child overpowered the 12-year old bully.
2. You cannot rent one dozen DVDs in one day.
3. The researcher devised a chart for determining the progress of the project.
4. Rosanna polished the shoes of her husband.
5. The deacon cordially invited his parishioners to a get-together.
6. The captain and the corporal ban yellow ribbons inside the camp.
7. Bob Dylan sings very well.
8. The food and water supply of the nomad is only good for five days.
9. I am sure that citrus is a lemon.
10. The jail warden verified the release documents of the prisoner.

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Friday, December 11, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Dances are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. A tiger, an ostrich, and a bear are among the zoo’s main attractions.
2. Is he receiving bribes?
3. I am a paleontologist.
4. Because of the tremor, rise of seawater level is expected.
5. The revolt achieved no positive results.
6. The orangutan goes back to the forest.
7. A chicken or pork barbecue can be eaten with or without rice.
8. The ring, I guess, symbolizes unity.
9. On the Japanese island of Honshu, large manufacturing plants are situated.
10. The United States government has ambassadors to almost all countries around the world.

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Friday, December 4, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Alcoholic beverages are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. Whenever you touch the door knob, eerie sounds are heard.
2. Elisa keeps on shifting from one course to another.
3. His grandson tickles him with a chicken feather.
4. Anton took some blood samples of the dead dogs found inside a drum.
5. What is the law in entering an abandoned property?
6. The judges declare that Vincent is winner by default.
7. The smell of the sprayed insecticide remained in the house for more than 24 hours.
8. Some advertisements are funny yet catchy.
9. On the doorstep, a cheese and a bottle of milk were left by an anonymous visitor.
10. Jasper, Ryan, and Edward are male names.

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Wednesday, December 2, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Mammals are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. Angelica melted the butter before mixing it with the flour.
2. The children saw the dreaded ogre in the woods.
3. The paraplegic attempted to set a new record in archery.
4. Either Sarah or Selene can do the marketing presentation.
5. The critic owed the writer an apology.
6. About a year ago, a truck driver won the lotto jackpot worth US$4.7 million.
7. When I reached the mountain top, I gently planted my country’s flag.
8. In school, I only listen to the lecture and do not bother myself to take down notes.
9. The crab attempts to get out of the pond.
10. Even with thick smoke and haze, brave firefighters continue pumping water on the forest fire.

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