from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A mentally challenging problem or puzzle.
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- noun A difficult
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This week's brainteaser is about famous sons and daughters or their famous parents.
This week's brainteaser is about places of education: schools, colleges and universities - real and fictitious.
That all adds up to make Manic Mundi quite the brainteaser, which is slightly embarrassing because we're almost certain it's a child's game.
This year's brainteaser, which is available from Caversham toy and book shop Wordplay in Prospect Street, will aim to raise cash for CIRDIC, which offers food, warmth and a place to freshen up for homeless people in the town.
The Mediterranean contains a large number of islands, which are the subject of this new brainteaser.
We recently had a brainteaser about the Mediterranean Sea.
In this brainteaser, see if you can identify these pen - words from the definitions given.
In just under an hour, the film goes over the quotidian activities at the restaurant, including produce delivery, window-washing, and the daily brainteaser of its highly-coveted reservations.
They offer us a fantasy of perfect closure, a world where even bloody murder is little more than a brainteaser that can, and will, be solved.
And Dr. Ralph, thanks for the mathematical brainteaser up hi in the thread.