Chinese puzzle


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Chinese puzzle

an intricate puzzle, esp one consisting of boxes within boxes
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Henry Cecil was another who soon made his presence felt, and Love Me Tender (Willie Ryan) looked the part when moving up to share company with the once-raced Chinese Puzzle and the likeable Hachita.
What makes penalty betting a real Chinese puzzle is the identity of the goalkeeper.
The Tote Gold Trophy is a real Chinese puzzle and I've got a leading each way chance on Direct Route (2.
LEGENDARY Welsh goalkeeper Neville Southall is hoping to solve a Chinese puzzle at this week's Milk Cup.
Before a changeover, Tempestad (Ryan) had impressed in her work with Chinese Puzzle (Conlon).
The change in level across the site is intelligently exploited to create a series of living and sleeping spaces that lock together with the pleasing intricacy of a Chinese puzzle.
Arthur Moore has the enviable knack of having his charges spot on for this annual Chinese puzzle and reports from the Emerald Isle suggest the seven-year-old is ready to join the roll of honour.
Tempstad, a two-year-old filly by Giant's Causeway, looked good in her first piece of work as she ranged up under Frank Conlon to join Chinese Puzzle.
The outcome is two strictly defined enclaves that interlock with the elegant impenetrability of a Chinese puzzle.
A Chinese puzzle surrounded the identity of the country's richest ever Lotto winner last night.
An astounding number of activities are fitted like a Chinese puzzle into the time and space available.
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