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Old 2013-03-10, 10:19   #12
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1) Albuquerque
2) Minneapolis
3) Anchorage
4) Baton Rouge
5) Anaheim
6) Little Rock
7) Amarillo
8) Milwaukee
9) Sacramento
10) Salt Lake City
11) Lubbock
12) Houston
13) Nashville
14) Des Moines
15) Madison
16) Las Vegas
17) Akron
18) Detroit
19) Cincinnati
20) Chattanooga
21) Dayton
22) Cleveland
23) Toledo
24) Knoxville
25) Memphis
26) Shreveport
27) Fresno
28) Tampa
29) West Lafayette
30) Colorado Springs
31) Corpus Christi
32) Virginia Beach
33) Berkeley
34) New Orleans
35) El Paso
36) Tucson
37) Fort Worth
38) Denver
39) Rochester
40) Charlotte
41) Richmond
42) Seattle
43) Dallas
44) Spokane
45) Oakland
46) Tulsa
47) Phoenix
48) Pittsburgh
49) San Diego
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1) Stamp
2) Hourglass
3) Purse
4) Medicine
5) Air Conditioner
6) Television
7) Radio
8) Refrigerator
9) Computer
10) Calculator
11) Mixie
12) Grinder
13) Light
14) Fan
15) Microwave Oven
16) Washing Machine
17) Wardrobe
18) Telephone
19) Cellular
20) Cordless
21) Wall
22) Photograph
23) Floor
24) Ceiling
25) Bag
26) Food
27) Spectacles
28) Table
29) Chair
30) Toy
31) Watch
32) Clock
33) Shelf
34) Juice
35) Ice-Cream
36) Box
37) Salt
38) Water
39) Powder
40) Soap
41) Pencil
42) Pen
43) Eraser
44) Sharpener
45) Crayon
46) Sketch
47) Card
48) Pin
49) Clip
50) Scale
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probably for the creation of the flash cards, to be all which being looking similar to each other. Imagine card files for the 28 monthly calendars; 14 yearly calendars; how lovely they look out; they alone recur on and on; then every month / each year we will need to flip out one of them off...

28 monthly calendars; 14 yearly calendars

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my own
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King's Quest V - Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder
Crispin's Magic Wand Alphabet In Order To Lock Key
[SUP][SUP][SUP][SUP][SUP][SUP]To Be Being Done Enough
Why So Thus
Therefore
Over Thereby
Why Therefore
Up Down[/SUP][/SUP][/SUP][/SUP][/SUP][/SUP]
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probably for the creation of the flash cards, to be all which being looking similar to each other. Imagine card files for the 28 monthly calendars; 14 yearly calendars; how lovely they look out; they alone recur on and on; then every month / each year we will need to flip out one of them off...
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my own created Language's Magic Wand Insecured
Alphabet

26 symbols

26 symbols,

A obtuse-angled triangle
B right-angled triangle
C acute-angled triangle
D square
E rectangle
F circle
G kite
H trapezium
I parallelogram
J House-shaped pentagon
K hexagon
L octagon
M right-angle (90°) rotated rectangle
N cross
O up arrow
P hospital sign
Q right-angle (90°) rotated hexagon
R call out
S heptagon with base at bottom side
T right-angle (90°) rotated heptagon with base at bottom side
U (180°) rotated heptagon with base at bottom side
V (270°) rotated heptagon with base at bottom side
W inverted U (U-Turn symbol) with arrows onto left hand side
X inverted U (U-Turn symbol) with arrows onto right hand side
Y inverted U (U-Turn symbol) with arrows onto both sides
Z inverted U (U-Turn symbol) with no arrows onto either sides

These are 12 sketch pen colours being used up / down ,
light green, orange, blue, rose, purple, dark green, cyan, black, yellow, brown, red and florescent

These are 12 colours being used up / down ,
red, blue, green, yellow, black, white, pink, orange, violet, gray, brown, indigo
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alone on to
Read names of font colours , not read names of font text alone on to

RED________CYAN_______OLIVE
BLUE_______MAGENTA____NAVY
GREEN______PLUM_______LIME
YELLOW_____AMBER______TEAL
BLACK______SAFFRON____TAN
WHITE______KHAKI______ROSE
GRAY_______CRIMSON____SCARLET
BROWN______PURPLE_____LAVENDER
PINK________TURQUOISE__GOLD
ORANGE_____MAROON____SILVER
VIOLET______MUSTARD___AZURE
INDIGO______AQUA______FUCHSIA
LIVID_______PEACH_____FLORESCENT
IVORY_______CREAM_____PEAR
CHARTREUSE_MAUVE_____TAUPE
COLORLESS__AUTOMATIC_TINGE
SHADE




சிவப்பு_____கருப்பு________ஆரஞ்சு
நீலம்______வெள்ளை_____சாம்பல்
பச்சை_____ஊதா_________இளஞ்சிவப்பு
மஞ்சள்____பழுப்பு_________காக்கி
காவி



लाल_____
काला_____गुलाबी
हरा______सफ़ेद_____बैंगनी
नीला_____भूरा______नारंगी
पीला_____धूसर_____फ़िरोज़ा




Tangram Game / Chinese Puzzle as follows as as case as value as ofas r r r r as as as as as follows as as as as
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Default The Primitive Terran Alphabet

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Therefore Why so thus , why therefore
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Default Three coins denominations

Three coins denominations
Coins Into The Box
Calendar Slider

We have 5 types of coins

Half Dollar (H) = 50 ¢
Quarter (Q) = 25 ¢
Dime (D) = 10 ¢
Nickel (N) = 5 ¢
Penny (P) = 1 ¢

Given that you have to pick up 3 coins from these, not necessarily distinct, how many distinct values of the total cash is possible? Possible values are

P + P + P = 3 ¢
N + P + P = 7 ¢
N + N + P = 11 ¢
D + P + P = 12 ¢
N + N + N = 15 ¢
D + N + P = 16 ¢
D + N + N = 20 ¢
D + D + P = 21 ¢
D + D + N = 25 ¢
Q + P + P = 27 ¢
D + D + D = 30 ¢
Q + N + P = 31 ¢
Q + N + N = 35 ¢
Q + D + P = 36 ¢
Q + D + N = 40 ¢
Q + D + D = 45 ¢
Q + Q + P = 51 ¢
H + P + P = 52 ¢
Q + Q + N = 55 ¢
H + N + P = 56 ¢
H + N + N = 60 ¢
Q + Q + D = 60 ¢
H + D + P = 61 ¢
H + D + N = 65 ¢
H + D + D = 70 ¢
Q + Q + Q = 75 ¢
H + Q + P = 76 ¢
H + Q + N = 80 ¢
H + Q + D = 85 ¢
H + Q + Q = 100 ¢
H + H + P = 101 ¢
H + H + N = 105 ¢
H + H + D = 110 ¢
H + H + Q = 125 ¢
H + H + H = 150 ¢
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