Chinese puzzle


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Chinese puzzle

an intricate puzzle, esp one consisting of boxes within boxes
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"Chinese Puzzle" (Klapisch) Represents the third in a trilogy of films that began with "LAuberge espagnole" (being screened earlier in the day at 1:30 p.m.)
CHINESE PUZZLE Today's leading enigma, more popular than sudoku.
Solve this Chinese puzzle GETTING new customers to racecourses and trying to get them to return is one of the priorities of racing's Strategic Marketing Group - and educating occasional racegoers about the sport is an important part of that.
Phillips has created a wonderfully tricky Chinese puzzle box of a novel that is as entertaining as it is brainy.
So while the realms of work and home coexist, they remain physically discrete and self-contained, slotting together with the elegant economy and exactitude of a Chinese puzzle. 'Trapped between these two factual worlds domestic life rests protected: a large room for daily use and a couple of bedrooms piled on it for the night,' says von Ellrichshausen.
"I have almost cracked the Chinese puzzle. I always believed it is possible to beat them, I just had to be patient.
A real Chinese puzzle on the nose with loads going on.
Westwood, England's best hope for winning this year's European money list with its $15million prize fund, has found the greens this week at the Fanling Golf Club a complete Chinese puzzle.
The pounds 5 pass gives visitors access to the Pleasure Beach Express, the Chinese Puzzle Maze, the South Beach Show - a magic and puppetry performance by Russell Brown - and the Spectacular Dancing Water Show.
Tangram tales; story theater using the ancient Chinese puzzle.
TANGRAM TALES: STORY THEATER USING THE ANCIENT CHINESE PUZZLE
Special education students will use tangrams, a type of Chinese puzzle, to make mosaic pictures and study propaganda posters as artwork during World War II.
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