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[ In reference to "The Geekword Puzzle " in LG#135 ]
Cameron Horsburgh [cammo at netcall.com.au]
Sat, 3 Feb 2007 22:23:23 +1100
A quick question about this month's Geekword --- clues 23A, 15D and 18D all seem to refer to clues that don't exist. Is this a mistake or have I misundersttod something?
-- ============================================= Cameron Horsburgh =============================================
Samuel Bisbee-vonKaufmann [sbisbee at bu.edu]
Sat, 3 Feb 2007 19:07:00 -0500 (EST)
On Sat, 3 Feb 2007, Cameron Horsburgh wrote:
> Hi folks, > > A quick question about this month's Geekword --- clues 23A, 15D and 18D > all seem to refer to clues that don't exist. Is this a mistake or have > I misundersttod something?
I apologize, this is a mistake on my part. I must have misstyped those numbers when writing the clues late at night.
For your quick reference here are the updated clues: 23A: Opposite of 18D 15D: True when 18D is run 18D: Opposite of 23A
I will make the changes on the web site now. Thank you for your diligence. It is most appreciated.
I hope you enjoy the geekword,
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