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Pairings Hint -- November/December

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


by in Nov 2009
Pairings Hint — November/December
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The clues:

First:In Bangor, Paul Bunyan is the biggest man in sight and lots of these kinds of stories have grown up around him — each topping the last.

Second:Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter is someone who spins a yarn. Did you hear the one about his place in the Rockefeller family?

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