Rent $6

Price $100

With 1 house    $30 (5 players)

With 2 houses   $90
With 3 houses   $270
With 4 houses  $400
With HOTEL $550
Mortgage value $50
Houses cost $50 each
Hotels, $50 plus 4 houses

If a player owns ALL the Lots of any Color-Group, the rent is Doubled on Unimproved Lots in that group. (Explanation)

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Wife or Death by Ellery Queen
A Detective Mystery

Four Square Books


In one chapter there is a bet about how many ranks of sergeant there are.
The answer is that a flight sergeant is half a rank higher than a sergeant in the army.

(of course this is a work of fiction, but it is the solution to the proposition; Wife or Death: If wife then death, i.e.Money or your life.
(If wife; then death) (If no if, then; wife. i.e. If not wife then death, if your wife, then your death.
Chinese: Wife:Death
District Attorney Crosby was waiting for them in the lobby. He ignored Denton. "You tell him anything, Chief?"
"Tell me what?" Denton asked slowly....
"We think," he said in an acrid, bitter voice, "we've found your wife." (Angel).
A little gavel began to tap on Denton's temple. "Found her? You think? What is this? What do you mean?"
District Attorney Ralph Crosby's lips flattened with a sort of enjoyment, and his nostrils flared. "It's hard to tell, Denton. She's been lying out there in the woods a week or more!"

In one chapter there is a bet about how many ranks of sergeant there are.
The answer is that a flight sergeant is half a rank higher than a sergeant in the army.

Military justice is the body of laws and procedures governing members of the armed forces. Many states have separate and distinct bodies of law that govern the conduct of members of their armed forces. Some states use special judicial and other arrangements to enforce those laws, while others use civilian judicial systems. Legal issues unique to military justice include the preservation of good order and discipline, the legality of orders, and appropriate conduct for members of the military. Some states enable their military justice systems to deal with civil offenses committed by their armed forces in some circumstances.

Military justice is distinct from the imposition of military authority on a civilian population as a substitute for civil authority. This condition is generally termed martial law, and is often declared in times of emergency, war, or civil unrest. Most countries restrict when and in what manner martial law may be declared and enforced.



Rent $6

Price $100

Euston Road is an important thoroughfare in central London, England, and forms part of the A501. It is part of the New Road from Paddington to Islington, and was opened as part of the New Road in 1756. It was London's first bypass, through the fields to the north of London in the 1740s, but it is now generally regarded as being in central London.

The New Road was intended to provide a route for sheep and cattle to be driven to Smithfield Market and for this reason the road terminated at Islington where it joined the existing St Johns Street. The road also provided a quicker route for army units to exit London. Building of the New Road was opposed by the Duke of Bedford as it cut off his estate in what is now Bloomsbury from the countryside and construction required an enabling act of Parliament.

Strips of terrace houses developed along both sides of the Road and in 1832 Euston Station opened to the North of the New Road. The Fitzroy Family had become the main property owner in the area and in 1852 the Road was renamed as Euston Road after 'Euston Hall' their country house.

King's Cross and St Pancras railway stations are at the eastern end of the road, the British Library is nearby, and Euston railway station is a little further to the west. Euston Tower is also on the road. Both the old and new headquarters of the Wellcome Trust are on the south side of the road. About half-way along, at the junction with Upper Woburn Place is St Pancras New Church.


Sovereignty is the right to exercise, within a specific territory of a kingdom or a nation-state, the highest authority by the law.[1] It is an important part of the three main political perspectives of realism, rationalism, and internationalism, as these three theories differ most in their views on sovereignty. Sovereignty has existed throughout history, from the time of the Romans through to the present day, although it has changed in its definition, concept, and application throughout, especially during the Age of Enlightenment.The current notions of state sovereignty were laid down in the Treaty of Westphalia (1648), which codified the basic principles of territorial integrity, border inviolability, and supremacy of the state (rather than the Church or other religion). A sovereign is a supreme lawmaking authority.

Sergeant (SGT) is a rank in both the Australian Army and the Royal Australian Air Force. The ranks are equivalent to each other and the Royal Australian Navy rank of Petty Officer (PO).

Although the rank insignia of the RAAF rank of Flight Sergeant (FSGT) and the Australian Army rank of Staff Sergeant (SSG) are identical, Flight Sergeant in fact outranks the rank of Staff Sergeant in the classification of rank equivalencies. The Australian Army rank of Staff Sergeant is now redundant and is no longer awarded, due to being outside the rank equivalencies and the next promotional rank is Warrant Officer Class Two. The ranks of Chief Petty Officer, Warrant Officer Class Two and Flight Sergeant fall in-line with US Enlisted Rank Eight (E-8). Chief Petty Officers and Flight Sergeants do not need to provide the courtesy of calling a Warrant Officer Class Two "sir".

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 Nanzhang Q-5, Type 5 Qianjiji, also called A-5



Rent $8

Price $120

Marco Polo (English pronunciation: /ˈmɑrkoʊ ˈpoʊloʊ/ ( listen); Italian pronunciation: [ˈmarko ˈpɔːlo]; c. 1254 – January 9, 1324)[1] was a Venetian merchant traveler[2][3] from the Venetian Republic whose travels are recorded in Il Milione, a book which did much to introduce Europeans to Central Asia and China. He learned about trading whilst his father and uncle, Niccolò and Maffeo, travelled through Asia and apparently met Kublai Khan.
The Marco Polo sheep, a subspecies of Ovis aries, is named after the explorer,[33] who described it during his crossing of Pamir (ancient Mount Imeon) in 1271.[Note 4] In 1851, a three-masted Clipper built in Saint John, New Brunswick also took his name; the Marco Polo was the first ship to sail around the world in under six months.[34] The airport in Venice is named Venice Marco Polo Airport,[35] and the frequent flyer program of Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific is known as the "Marco Polo Club".[36]

A flag carrier is a transportation company, such as an airline or shipping company, that, being locally registered in a given country, enjoys preferential rights or privileges, accorded by the government, for international operations. It may be a state-run, state-owned or private but state-designated company or organization. Flag carriers may be known as such due to maritime law requiring all aircraft or ships to display the state flag of the country of their registry.[1]

A flag carrier (if it is a certificated airline rather than a holding company, conglomerate, or multinational private equity firm) may also be known as a national airline or a national carrier, although this can have different legal meanings in some countries.


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