Thursday, September 08, 2005

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Sept 11) - Two-word place name

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Sept 11) - Two-word place name
We are back from camping so I can once again give you the answer to this week's NPR puzzle.
Q: Name a well-known place in the United States, with a population of at least 40,000 people. It has two words in its name. If you reverse the last three letters of the first word you'll get the first three letters of the second word. What is it?
Since the deadline has passed, here is the answer.
A: Atlantic City


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