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Milk, lemonade, water, and coke Patterns and correspondences  Weight: 2 Liked the puzzle: 100% 27.01.2011
A bottle,a glass, a carafe, and a can contain milk, lemonade, water, and coke. Water and milk are not in the bottle. The container with lemonade is immediately between the carafe and the container with coke. The can does not contain lemonade or water. The glass is next to the can and the container with milk. The containers form a row. How exactly are they arranged?
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denisR
 
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2011-01-27 23:54:58
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lidSpelunker
 
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2011-02-10 17:37:05
What is meant by "The glass is next to the can and the container with milk"? Does it mean "The glass is immediately between the can and the container with milk"?
denisR
 
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2011-02-11 11:26:17
lidSpelunker 2011-02-10 17:37:05
What is meant by "The glass is next to the can and the container with milk"? Does it mean "The glass is immediately between the can and the container with milk"?

This means only that "The glass is next to the can and the container with milk"
zzz123
 
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2011-03-26 07:32:45
denisR 2011-02-11 11:26:17
lidSpelunker 2011-02-10 17:37:05
What is meant by "The glass is next to the can and the container with milk"? Does it mean "The glass is immediately between the can and the container with milk"?

This means only that "The glass is next to the can and the container with milk"


that can be interpreted as "the can is between the glass and the container with milk" (note: the can, not the glass), "and" is a bit generic in this context. is there an implied "is also next to" after it?



 
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