# Puzzle – 168 (Moderate) (Linear RoW Based)

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Fourteen persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing seven persons in each row. In 1st row M, G, C, E, L, I and A and are seated and face south and in 2nd row B, H, F, D, J, N and K are seated and face north, but not necessarily in the same order. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement, each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.

M faces N. No one sits between A and I. Two persons sit between H and K. B sits 3rd right to the one who faces the one who is 2nd to the right of E. G faces one of the neighbors of F. More than two people sit between K and J.C is sitting 3rd to the left of L and at one of the extreme end. H faces the one who sits immediate right to L. I does not face J and K. More than three people sit between E and M.

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