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Today’s two-diagram Quip-Find(TM) puzzle commemorates an event — but not one in the distant past. In a real sense, the puzzle answers in the two diagrams — (1) in Diagram A, and (2), (3) and (4) in Diagram B — are identical. They spell out, in each case, where the event occurred and what many people proclaimed afterward.
(Note that Diagram B involves one “wraparound” or “hidden adjacency”; even though they do not appear to be adjacent, O and D actually do touch — on the hidden backside of the Quipto(R) rack.
(Note also that within each numbered answer to a Quip-Find puzzle, the entire quip is spelled out as one continuous path; however, in any diagram containing more than one numbered answer, the last letter of one answer is not necessarily adjacent to the first letter of the next one. Thus, in Diagram B, the last letter of answer (2) is not adjacent to the first letter of answer (3), and the last letter of answer (3) is not adjacent to the first letter of answer (4).)