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[ Issue 35 ]

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In the Editorial to Issue 35 Tony Rogers presents a guessing competition ó with a real prize.
 

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Guessing Competition
ó Tony Rogers

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I reckon itís about time I ran a guessing competition ó with a real prize. The prize will go to the first two subscribers to submit the correct answer to the question below. (One entry per person, please.)

The prize? If youíre an online subscriber, youíll receive a free yearís worth of Bikwil by mail, i.e. Issues 37 to 42 (May 2003 to March 2004). Send your guess to guess@bikwil.com.

If youíre already a mail subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a year beyond the period you renew for. Write your guess in the space provided on the subscription renewal form.

Although the question concerns our Web site, it wonít matter if you donít use the Internet, since this is a guessing competition.

Hereís the topic:

According to the page usage stats I keep for the Bikwil Web site, at the time Iím writing this there is a single page (i.e. an article or poem) that has been visited consistently far more than any other. All you have to do is guess which one.

If you want a clue, itís one of these:

Basque
Camp Creative
Enter an Archetypal Zealot
A Grace Note for George
12 Billiard Ball Puzzle
William Chester Minor
Zulu Love Letter.

[ This competition is of course now closed. ]

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