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Yellow Decorated House Puzzle Details:

About: The winter holidays are approaching and it's time get out the house decorations. The person that owns this small yellow house has got an early start and already decorated the front of their home. What do you think? Do you like house decorations?
Puzzle Of The Day On: 09/Dec/2015

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00 : 13
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01 : 01

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01 : 14
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03 : 39

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13 : 44

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