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Today's puzzle features a bunch of balls: soccer balls, basketball balls and football balls.
Rope and more rope in today's puzzle of the day. The use of ropes for pulling, fastening, lifting, attaching, climbing, and carrying dates back to prehistoric times. The laid rope, also called twisted rope, that you see in the image is historically the prevalent form of rope. Common twisted rope generally consists of three strands and is normally right-laid, or given a final right-handed twist. Most twisted ropes are built up in three steps. First, fibres are gathered and spun into yarns. These yarns are then formed into strands by twisting. The strands are then twisted together into actual rope. The twist of the yarn is opposite to that of the strand, and that in turn is opposite to that of the rope. This counter-twist, introduced with each successive operation, holds the rope together and gives it more strength.
Colorful Rubber Bands
Commonly used to hold multiple objects together, most rubber bands are manufactured out of natural rubber, and are sold in a variety of sizes and colors. The rubber band was patented in England on March 17, 1845, by Stephen Perry.
The cello part is of the violin family of musical instruments, which also includes the violin, viola and double bass. Cellos were derived from other mid- to large-sized bowed instruments in the 16th century, such as the "viola da gamba", and the generally smaller and squarer "viola da braccio". Solve this fun new jigsaw puzzle and put this musical instrument back together.
Today we're going to the amusement park for a ride on a carousel. So what are you waiting for? Jump on the merry-go-round and start solving this fun new jigsaw.
In today's new puzzle we feature a football (soccer football) sitting on the the green grass of the football pitch. Also known as a football field or soccer field, the pitch is rectangular in shape. The longer sides are called touchlines. The other opposing sides are called the goal lines. The ball is an air-filled sphere with a circumference of 68–70 cm, a weight of 410–450 g, inflated to a pressure of 0.6 to 1.1 atmospheres, and covered in leather or plastic.
Riding A Bike
This fun new puzzle game features a beautiful graffiti of a old man riding his bike in the rain. Click start and put the colorful mural back together as fast as you can and get a top time in today's leader boards. Have fun!
A popular Chinese motif, the Golden Dragon is featured in today's new and very colorful jigsaw puzzle. In China, depiction of the dragon can be found in artifacts from the Shang and Zhou dynasties with examples dating back to the 16th century BC. The Chinese dragon is the highest-ranking animal in the Chinese animal hierarchy, strongly associated at one time with the emperor and hence power and majesty.
An oil-paper umbrella is a type of paper umbrella that originated from China and spread across Asia, to Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Laos. Other than the purpose of providing shade, oil-paper umbrellas are also traditional essential wedding items. In both traditional Chinese and Japanese weddings.
It's time to learn something new so pick a book and let's study in this fun new puzzle featuring a bunch of books.
Sewing Thread Spools
Need some sewing thread? We've got a variety of colors (red, orange, yellow, blue, white, black, pink and green) in today's new jigsaw puzzle. Click start and put the colorful sewing spools and the glass container they are in back together as fast as you can and get your time on our game leader boards.
In today's new puzzle we're featuring a chestnut that has just fallen on the Autumn leave covered ground. Chestnuts are contained in a spiny cupule 5–11 cm in diameter, also called "bur" or "burr".The burrs are often paired or clustered on the branch and contain one to seven nuts. Around the time the fruits reach maturity, the burrs turn yellow-brown and split open in two or four sections. They can remain on the tree longer than they hold the fruit, but more often achieve complete opening and release the fruits only after having fallen on the ground.
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