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Reprinted from News-To-Use, Vol.5, No.1.
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Since the theme of this News-to-Use issue is on the Internet, we thought it would be appropriate to feature some online puzzles. One night recently, we typed "puzzle" into a search engine and came up with dozens of sites devoted to puzzles and hundreds more which include puzzles as a part of their site. Crosswords, brain teasers, anagrams, trivia...from easy to tortuous, there's something for everyone. If solving puzzles and games is your idea of a good time, check out your online resources.

1. It's the beginning of eternity
The end of time and space
It's the start of every end
And the end of every place
What is it?

2. A man lives on the tenth floor of an apartment building. Every morning when he leaves the building he takes the elevator to the first floor and walks out the door. When he returns, he takes the elevator to the seventh floor, exits, and then climbs the stairs to his apartment on the tenth floor. Why?

3. What is small, square, stays in the corner, yet travels all over the world?

4. Rearrange the letters to make the words "New Door" into one word

5. There is a boat docked at Emerald Bay. The boat has a ladder that reaches down the side of the boat to the water. There are six rungs on this ladder, each rung is exactly six inches apart, except the top rung which is only two inches higher than the fifth rung. When the water level rises three feet, how many rungs are covered?

6. Name the ten US presidents with the shortest terms.

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