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Chester White


2. Which of these is not a breed of domestic pig?

6. Which animal does NOT have cloven hooves?



Worker bee

Soldier bee

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5. BACK + Opposite of down = Copy of computer files

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7. Which of a pig's senses is most efficient?


St. Augustine

7.  BACK + Unintentionally let go of something you’re holding = Part of a stage setting

​1.  BACK + To fill suitcase = Bag with straps for both shoulders

3. If two’s company and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?

​​2. What is round on both sides but high in the middle?



I was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1932.

I grew up to be known as the "Clown Prince of Basketball" as well as for my fancy hook shots from half court.

We didn’t have much money growing up so my first basketball hoop was an onion sack and coat hanger nailed to a tree. I used an empty Carnation milk can as a ball.

I was drafted into the United States Army and served for two years, during which time I was stationed in Austria and West Germany.

I had 10 children, named Richard, George, Beverly, Donna, Robin, Jonathan, Jamison, Angela, Crystal, and Caleb.

In 1982, I made it to the top of  a poll that measured the name recognition and popularity of certain celebrities, politicians, brand names, and products.

I used to surprise fans and opponents by throwing passes to my teammates that would snap right back to me because the ball was attached to a large rubber band,

I was inducted into the NBA Basketball Hall of Fame.

I received the NBA John Bunn Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2000.



I was born in Santa Barbara, California, in 1943

During the Pop Art era, Andy Warhol called me his muse. In fact, I starred in several of his movies, beginning with “Poor Little Rich Girl.”

As a young girl, I led a rather isolated life and attended a private school that my father had built on our family’s 3,000 acre ranch.

I moved to New York City in 1964 to live with my grandmother, and set out to become a model.

I rode around New York City in limousines and was a constant presence at all the trendy and most popular nightclubs.

I dated singer/songwriter Bob Dylan, who wrote a few songs about me including "Just Like a Woman" and "Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat."

I had a drug problem and died at the age of 28 as the result of an overdose.


Each puzzle is looking for a compound word that begins with "back." Each puzzle contains a clue for a word to add to “back” that will give you the puzzle’s answer, as well as a clue to the meaning of the completed word. For example: The answer to “UN + another word for “simple” = To be nervous or uncomfortable” is UNEASY.

Get Back Jack

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The following questions have to do with farm livestock. Read each over carefully and pick the answer you think is correct.

Down on the Farm

Who am I?

Fun and Games


age adds flavor


The yolk sac



I was born in 1914 in Vienna, Austria, and became a citizen of the United States in 1953.

I did some early film work before heading to America after being discovered by Louis B. Mayer in Paris. He brought me to Hollywood where I I became a succesfful actress and pin-up model.

I starred in close to 20 films in the 1940s, with actors like Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, and Victor Mature, but only a handful of films after 1950.

Most people thought of me as a “beauty,” but I was also intelligent and an inventor. In fact, I developed a radio guidance system with a friend of mine.  People say the invention helped pave the way for later high-tech military communications systems and even cell phones.

I dated Howard Hughes who was supportive of my interest in inventing and coming up with new ideas for processes and gadgets.

My autobiography was published in the mid-1960s, but I sued the publisher because the book was primarily written by a ghostwriter who made up a lot of the book's contents.

In 1974, I also filed a lawsuit against Warner Brothers Studio because a character in the movie “Blazing Saddles” was obviously based on me. I felt it made fun of me and infringed on my privacy. Warner Brothers settled the case out of court and apologized to me.

I received the Electronic Frontier Foundation Pioneer Award and was the first woman to be honored with the BULBIE Gnass Spirit of Achievement Award.


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Poland China


Queen bee


Hen’s milk


8. BACK + To lightly touch or rub something = Swimming technique

Leave the eggs in the sun

Scratch the eggs with their feet

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Plymouth Rock

3. What behavior do goats share with dogs?

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Bark when alarmed

Wag their tails when happy

Enjoy retrieving things

All of the three


8. What do newborn chickens eat during the first couple days after hatching?



Fun  Puzzles!

Roll the eggs around

Cluck softly to the eggs

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Wacky Word Puzzles

3. BACK + Part of the human body = Spinal column

6. BACK + Pierce with a knife = Betray

4. Which of these is not found in a beehive?

5. What breed of chicken is named for early American colonists?

1. What do hens do to encourage their chickens to break through their shells?

4. BACK + Floor of a hospital = Reverse direction

2. BACK + Piece of wood = Pending work

Riddle Me This...

1. If an electric train is travelling south, which way is the smoke going?


The following picture puzzles represent a word, phrase or saying. Can you decipher each cryptic message?

The people described below are well known individuals 

from different walks of life. They may or may not still be with us, but all have made an impression. Can you solve the mystery of their identities?