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The following sentence disguises a complete list. Can you identify the items and the connection between them?
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Clue 1: There are six items in the list. Divide the sentence into six parts.
Clue 2: 11X533X3
Solution revealed 1st September if not solved
Last updated: August 13, 2017
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July 8, 2017
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Fearless hunter with the heart of the scorpion shoots two under a bejeweled statuette, in the deepest Deep.
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Jul 8, 2017
If colmaggio made it, then who is going to solve it?
Jul 8, 2017
Also, are there two "the"s for a reason?
Jul 9, 2017
No, purely a typing error. Fixed now. Thanks :)
Jul 15, 2017
First clue is above...
Jul 21, 2017
I feel it should be constellations of the Zodiac, Fearless Hunter should be Leo the Lion, Scorpion is Scorpio, Shoots should be Sagittarius (the Archer) Two is Gemini (the twins) The Deep should be Aquarius, but the statuette has me worried. Although there is a constellation known as 'The jewel box' in 'Crux' (southern cross)....... I don't think I'm right but I can't get them out of my head in this Challenge........... I'm still thinking :o)
Jul 22, 2017
Orion is a fearless hunter .......... I think I'll go out and look at the stars again.
Jul 26, 2017
You've made good progress, Malbaby. The answer is not constellations or zodiac signs, but the good news is you have correctly named one of the six items... keep going! (Sorry for the slow response. I was "off the grid" for a couple of days)
Jul 27, 2017
Sounding more like Space vehicles, rockets etc. Challenger deep is the deepest deep (mariana trench) and Challenger was used for space shuttles, Gemini was used, Antares is the heart of Scopio.......... I'm losing it again...... back to the stars.
Jul 28, 2017
Getting closer... keep going!
Aug 5, 2017
Can only think the little sentence refers to the 6 space modules and rockets that put the 12 men on the moon. Apollo the Archer, Orion, Antares, Gemini, Challenger, Falcon (Falcon was a bejewelled statuette in 'The Maltese Falcon') ........
Aug 6, 2017
Great work so far Malbaby. You’ve correctly named four of the six. Keep in mind it’s a specific set of six – they are the only ones to achieve a specific feat. You just need change (slightly) how you divide the sentence...
Sep 1, 2017
Gold star awarded: Well done Malbaby!
Sep 1, 2017
Time to reveal the complete solution, but first I'll award a gold star to Malbaby for getting most of the way (and solving some of the trickier clues). Well done! The sentence indicates the six lunar landing modules that delivered humans to the surface of the moon. Intrepid (fearless), Orion (hunter), Antares (heart of the scorpion), Eagle (shoots two under), Falcon (a bejewelled statuette), Challenger (the deepest Deep).
Sep 1, 2017
Thanks colmaggio, I'll wear It with pride :o)
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