Seek & Find

Tweeten, Lon
June 2007
Time;6/25/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 26, p64
This article presents an illustration featuring many hidden objects, whose prices are predicted to rise as more corn is being turned ethanol, which the reader is supposed to find.


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