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Solution for Acrostic Puzzle #13--December 2003

Mark Oakley: The Collage of God
Darton-Longman & Todd, 2001

It is especially in religious studies that a child's words can get a little mixed up. Noah's wife was called Joan of Ark. The patron saint of travellers is St. Francis of the Seasick. Christians can only have one wife. This is called monotony.

  1. MA(JOLI)CAw
  2. ASWAN
  3. R.A.F.+FISH
  4. KIND+RED
  5. OVER+CAST
  6. ANT+ON+YM
  7. KITTENISH (anag)\
  8. LASS+I+TUDE (duet anag)
  9. ETHNIC (hidden)
  10. YELLOW+S
  11. TO+R+CH
  12. HISTORIC (anag)
  13. ELASTICS (anag)
  14. CHASTEN ((anag)
  15. O+LF(ACTOR)Y (fly anag)
  16. L(OUI+SI)ANA
  17. LAgeNES (rev)
  18. AS+I+NI+NE
  19. G(HAN)A
  20. EX+PE+DITE (tied anag)
  21. OUTER SPACE (anag)
  22. FELL(OW)SHIP (hips anag)
  23. GLISTENS (anag)
  24. OLIV+ER TWIST (anags)
  25. DAFF+ODILS
Congratulations to the following solvers:

Chronologically
Judy Adamski
Michael Engber
Thomas Wilson
Tony Greanias
Herb Fish
Andrew Silikovitz
Renate Rosenblatt
Joyce Friedman
Paul Noack
Wayne H. Scott
Carolyn Roosevelt
Stan Francuz
Phyllis Rosen
Mike Geselowitz
Anita Stejskal
Norm Crawford
Eliot Kieval
Dick Plotz
Robert Leavitt
Richard M. Lang
Ed Stejskal
Elaine Woontner
Mark S. Manasse
Debbie Carter
William Lane
Arthur Schless
Judith Bagai
Rebecca Jordan
Kiki Neely
Mike Lessie
S. Venkatraghavan
Gary Levin
Carolyn Fox

And in alphabetical order:
Judy Adamski
Judith Bagai
Debbie Carter
Norm Crawford
Michael Engber
Herb Fish
Carolyn Fox
Stan Francuz
Joyce Friedman
Mike Geselowitz
Tony Greanias
Rebecca Jordan
Eliot Kieval
William Lane
Richard M. Lang
Robert Leavitt
Mike Lessie
Gary Levin
Mark S. Manasse
Kiki Neely
Paul Noack
Dick Plotz
Carolyn Roosevelt
Phyllis Rosen
Renate Rosenblatt
Arthur Schless
Wayne H. Scott
Andrew Silikovitz
Anita Stejskal
Ed Stejskal
S. Venkatraghavan
Thomas Wilson
Elaine Woontner