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THE THREE VILLAGES.





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I set out the other day to ride in a motor-car from Acrefield to
Butterford, but by mistake I took the road going _via_ Cheesebury, which
is nearer Acrefield than Butterford, and is twelve miles to the left of
the direct road I should have travelled. After arriving at Butterford I
found that I had gone thirty-five miles. What are the three distances
between these villages, each being a whole number of miles? I may
mention that the three roads are quite straight.


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