Word games

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ROCK ON

1 All the following are anagrams of rocks and minerals - take the initial letters of the answers and mix them up to find another mineral: HAIRYDENT; MOLTENISE; SEDENTIA; BRAINCAN; EEETUNIX; SEROTONIN; QUITESOUR; OUTMENDS; ATEATEHIM

2 Find the correct synonym for the first word - then add or subtract the letters given to find anagrams of some more rocks and minerals:

Referee - R + C (6)

Sure - C + G (7)

Kingdom + D (7)

Relegation - N + L (8)

Twinkled - K + F (8)

Establish - N + M (9)

Exceptional + R (9)

Mark Nyman

(Answers next week)

pound;20 book token for the first correct answers to be opened on Tuesday.

Send to wordgames@tes.co.uk

or Wordgames, TES, Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1W 1BX.

ANSWERS to last week:

1 Justin Rose, Bob Tway, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, David Duval, Trevor Immelman, Mark O'Meara, Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood, Jose Maria Olazabal.

Surname initials R, T, E, S, D, I, O, G, W, O give TIGER WOODS.

2 Ma(r)oons + W = Woosnam; Cou(n)sel + P = Couples; Lackin(g) + J = Jacklin; Verti(g)o + N = Trevino; Ranches + W = Crenshaw; Luna(t)ics + K = Nicklaus; Tolerable + S + S = Ballesteros!

Last week's winner:

G T Stewart of Oldfield House,

Oldcastle, Malpas, Cheshire

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