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  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 14.
  • * Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 13. Did you know that the lowest zip code is 00501? It's Holtsville, New York.
  • Susan Morfey, Little Italy, 13.
  • Ed Barno, San Diego, 12.
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 11.
  • Mike Zabarouskas, Del Cerro, 10.
  • * Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 9. 4 nickels = 2 paradigms.
  • Stephen McLaughlin, Carlsbad, 8.
  • Miyuki Passchier, Clairemont, 8.
  • Flo Abena, Rancho Pensquitas, 6.
  • Bernie Howlett, Banning, 6.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 6.
  • Terry Mathieu, San Diego, 6.
  • John Strauch, Point Loma, 6.
  • Felix E. Charfauros, San Diego, 5.
  • Norman Kenney, Carlsbad, 5.
  • Burr Passenheim, Linda Vista, 5.
  • Ai Sawada, San Diego, 5.
  • Tom Burgeson, Clairemont, 4.
  • Jonathan Gerard, Downtown, 4.
  • Marie Grace, College Area, 4.
  • Harry Chiou, Mira Mesa, 3.
  • Janet Goff, Cardiff, 3.
  • Christine Hartpence, Santee, 3.
  • * Bill Nagy, Rancho Bernardo, 3. The only bar code I learned in college was, "I'll have a 7 and 7."
  • Elliott Estrine, Poway, 2.
  • Laura Landre, Milpitas, 2.
  • * Larry Redner, UTC, 2. Are all these puzzles really just a ruse to provided the C.I.A. with a pool of potential code breakers?
  • Tim Higdon, Chula Vista, 1.
  • David Ross, North Park, 1.
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