# Who, Where, and When?

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4 people went to 4 different places at 4 different times on 4 different days.
People- Bob, Shaan, Sohn, Sharma
Places-Hotel, Barber shop, Mall, Post Office
Times-8:30AM, 12:00PM, 4:30PM, 7:00PM
Days-Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, Tuesday

A woman visited the hotel on a weekday.
The post office was visited in the morning.
Shaan hates malls and hotels.
The local post office is closed on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Someone went to the mall at noon on Tuesday.
Sharma will always be at home at 7:00PM.
Nobody will go somewhere that starts with the first letter of their first name.
Sohn is very busy on weekdays.
Shaan goes bowling all day on Wednesdays.

posted Jun 19, 2014

Sohn-Barber shop-7:PM-Sunday

Bob-Mall-12:00PM-Tuesday

Shaan-Post Office-8:30AM-Friday

Sharma-Hotel-4:30PM-Wednesday

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