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Old 06-14-2012, 10:49 PM
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Hi Zenobia43 here is a 29.9% that has me stumped.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
First Names
Baylee
Dana
Izabella
Kevin
Kiley
Souvenirs
figurine
kitchen magnet
license plate
snow globe
t-shirt
Instruments
clarinet
french horn
piano
piccolo
viola

1. Either the tourist who bought the novelty t-shirt or the tourist who bought the novelty snow globe arrived on Monday.
2. The person who arrived on Wednesday is not Kiley.
3. The person who arrived on Wednesday is not Baylee.
4. Of the tourist who bought the novelty snow globe and the musician who plays the clarinet, one is Kevin and the other is Izabella.
5. The musician who plays the piccolo is not Kiley.
6. The musician who plays the clarinet is not Izabella.
7. The musician who plays the viola arrived sometime before the tourist who bought the novelty license plate.
8. The tourist who bought the novelty kitchen magnet arrived the day after Baylee.
9. Of Izabella and the tourist who bought the novelty t-shirt, one arrived on Tuesday and the other plays the piano.
10. The tourist who bought the novelty figurine is not Kevin.
11. The five individuals are the person who arrived on Tuesday, the musician who plays the piano, the person who arrived on Thursday, Kiley and the tourist who bought the novelty figurine.

I have Isabella =snowglobe
and Kevin = clarinet
and stuck here, with little hope of getting much further.

Stan
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