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Clue 1


The large symbol on the front of this card is the sign for the United Nations.




Clue 2


Each date represents a country.




Solution


Each date is the date that a certain country joined the U.N. Each of these countries has exactly 6 letters in their name, and the highlighted number will tell you the location of letter you need (spatially, the number is not an index). So if the first date is 20/09/60 and the country is Cyprus, then the letters you want for that one are "pr."




Clue 3


The values of the highlighted numbers isn't what's important about them...




Clue 4


...Their placement in the sequence is what's important.




Clue 5


If you have more countries than you know what to do with, focus on those with the same number of letters in their names as there are numbers in the dates (6).





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Clue 1


Have you translated the Latin on the front of the card?




Clue 2


I count 14 "crosses" in the patterning on the front of the card.




Solution


Each place where the pattern crosses on the front marks on of the letters on the back.





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Clue 1


The large symbol on the front of this card is the sign for the United Nations.




Clue 2


Each date represents a country.




Solution


Each date is the date that a certain country joined the U.N. Each of these countries has exactly 6 letters in their name, and the highlighted number will tell you the location of letter you need (spatially, the number is not an index). So if the first date is 20/09/60 and the country is Cyprus, then the letters you want for that one are "pr."




Clue 3


The values of the highlighted numbers isn't what's important about them...




Clue 4


...Their placement in the sequence is what's important.




Clue 5


If you have more countries than you know what to do with, focus on those with the same number of letters in their names as there are numbers in the dates (6).





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Clue 1


The code at the bottom of this image is quite common...




Clue 2


Even a blind man could solve this puzzle.




Solution


Try using braille...