0 NPR Sunday Puzzle: A Syllable Solution

NPR Sunday Puzzle, Will Shortz
Here's the answer to last week's NPR Sunday Puzzle (August 15):

Answer: (Preferred) Caroline and Cornelia; (will accept) Clara and Carla. (The answer I submitted was Claire and Carlie. Wonder if it would have been accepted?)

Break out your globe and a periodic table! This week's puzzle is a bit of a challenge because you have to come up with two different answers...
NPR Sunday Puzzle for August 22: Take a country whose name contains a symbol for a chemical element, and change it to a different chemical element to get another country. For example, if Aruba were an independent country, you could take the "AR," which is the chemical symbol for argon, and change it to "C," which is the chemical symbol for carbon, to come up with Cuba. There are two answers to this puzzle, and both must be found.
Submit your answer to NPR for a chance to be on next week's broadcast and be sure to visit Jenny's Noodle next Sunday to see the correct answer!

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