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What is the origin of the idiom ' eleventh hour'?
The Eleventh Hour - at the latest possible time Origin: This expression comes from the Bible. The 11th hour is the last hour before the ed of the world. In the Bible, the 11th hour was the last hour of sunlight with the 12th hour bringing darkness.
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Her name is Ingrid
Kilroy ate the feast in the book 11th hour!
Elephant = Horace (Given in text) Rhino = Thomas (Given in text and name tag) Swan = Ingrid (found using card code and her cards) Pig = Oliver (Given in text) Mouse = …Kilroy (Given in text and name tag) Zebra = Eric (Given in text and name tag) Cat = Alexandra (Given in text) Crocodile = Sam (Given in text and name tag) Tiger = Maxwell (Given in text and name tag) Giraffe twins = Cora (Given in text) is the one in pink and the other is Clarice (found using red bingo numbers in basic alphabet code (a=1), and relating it to the small numbers to the right of the bingo board)
Her name is Ingrid!
Giraffe twins = Cora (Given in text) is the one in pink and the other is Clarice (found using red bingo numbers in basic alphabet code (a=1), and relating it to the smal…l numbers to the right of the bingo board)
kilroy the mouse is the thief
it was kilroy with his one hundred and elevel hidden relatives through out the book
Kilroy did it, you can tell if you crack the code.
Kilroy did it. he has over 100 relatives in the book. but if you wants to try to solve it, here is a clue, numbers = letters backwards like 1=z and 2=y and so on.
even though kilroy said he was too small to eat it all,he ate the feast
It is kilroy "One mouse could never eat it all."
The eleventh hour: at the last possible time, just before the absolute deadline it means at the last minute possible
You can steal anything as long as you don't get caught doing it.
the mouse who with his 111 family of mice stole all the food! if you think about it, what that old story? who is and elephant scared of? the mouse...
Answer . EVery page there is a number in a circle and that represent how many mice on that page. It will add up to 111 in the end
I think it was Thomas the rhino but it was Oliver the pig.
What do you think? its all the eleventh of the times...