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By Sarah Harrison

Tickets please! ultimate boarding name! try out those 8 action-packed scenes to work out what occurs in the course of a whole day at a hectic airport. In every one photograph, the airport buzzes with task. staff chase canine and cost baggage. tourists store and sleep. recognized humans come and pass. retain your eye at the clock too. through spending an entire day within the comparable position, you could watch occasions spread from morning to nighttime.

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My baseball? " "It is," said Meg. " Peter burst in. "It's my Babe Ruth baseball, long lost, and now Meg has found it," Cramps said with a big grin. "That's right," said Meg. "Alice hid the ball in your old toy dog. With all that hard stuffing, no one ever noticed. " "Amazing," said Cramps. "Amazing all right," grumbled Peter. " Cramps winked at Meg. "Maybe this will help you remember. It's a note from you-know-who," Meg said, winking back. 44 45 "Not too long," said Cramps. "Only over fifty years!

Then the phone rang. It was Liddy. " she asked. "Can't talk now," Meg whispered as she noticed Peter at the top of the stairs. "Is that Lydia-the-Encyclopedia on the phone? Tell her I've got this case just about wrapped up," Peter said as he came down the stairs and glanced over Meg's shoulder. " said Liddy. " Meg hung up. She hoped she was right and that this wasn't all a wildgoose chase. She had some deducing of her own to do - fast. Her only hope was to go back to the beginning. :Peduc-t ion 5 ~ A\ I clues hONe 10 3) Clues can only f'\o+her be found it') ~ Goose -rhjf)')es.

For instance, the old outhouse, where Cramps keeps his gardening stuff now. I bet that has something to do with it. " 30 "I'd already thought of that," Meg said to herself, "but I'd better not wait until tomorrow to check it out. " When she thought that Cramps and Peter were safely asleep, she pulled her raincoat and boots over her pajamas and tiptoed outside. The air was cool and the ground still damp from rain. Meg flicked on her flashlight and headed for the rickety old toolshed. :- -. - - -- -_ -__------_ - ...

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