Everyday Einstein – 4.19.2010

Happy Marathon Monday!

For  a change of pace, here’s a Patriot’s Day puzzle from Andrew Greene.

You have two Scrabble(R) racks: One has the tiles “L-E-X-I-N-G-T-O-N” and the other has the tiles “C-O-N-C-O-R-D”. You may choose either rack but not both. If you have chosen the correct rack, then by using some, but not all, of the tiles on the rack you have chosen, you can spell out the name of another Massachusetts municipality. The answer is unique.

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  1. April 19, 2010
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    This one is pretty simple. :)

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