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Find the title of novel, using the move of a chess knight. First letter is W. Length of words in solution: 7,3,3,10.
Look carefully the picture and guess the game name.
Look at the series (2520, 1260, 840, 630, 504, 420, 360, 315, ?), determine the pattern, and find the value of the next number!

Sir John Randall

Born 23 Mar 1905; died 16 Jun 1984 at age 79. English physicist whose critical improvements to the cavity magnetron, the microwave-generating device used in radar, was a major contribution to winning WWII. A magnetron is now commonplace in homes inside the microwave oven. Earlier magnetrons made in the 1920's gave low power output. By Feb 1940, development by Randall with Harry Boot of the small-sized cavity magnetron which generated centimeter wavelengths at much higher power allowed radar to detect smaller objects. In turn, this more compact equipment with a smaller antenna permitted easy mobile installation of high-resolution radar in aircraft. After the war, Randall turned to biophysics, including directing experimental work on DNA structure.«

Before the internet ...

What did our parents do to kill boredom before the internet?

I asked my 26 brothers and sisters and they didn't know either

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