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Last Updated: Friday, 11 April, 2003, 11:05 GMT 12:05 UK
Caption competition

Winning entries in our weekly caption competition. Thanks to everyone who entered.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the Easter holidays, next week's caption competition will be on Wednesday 16 April, with answers at 1200 GMT on Thursday 17 April.

Dolly the Sheep, the world's first clone, goes on show this week in her newly-pickled status at Edinburgh's Royal Museum. But what's she saying?

6. Lea Sedgwick, Aberystwyth
Aye, it was more than a wee dram.

5. Duncan McCarthy, Bristol
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf: "As you can see, this sheep has not been harmed and is in full health."

4. Graham Armfield, Woking, Surrey
"I'm sure I ticked the box that said 'No publicity'."

3. Edna Wellthorpe, London
"I'll be on permanent display in Plymouth, Redditch, Edinburgh, Whitstable, Chester, and Norwich."

2. Adrian, Canada
Bernard was beginning to regret booking his glamour photography course over the internet.

1. John Haves, Lancaster, UK
Journalists clamour round the last standing elements of the Baath party.


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