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The same word or its split versions fill all the blanks in the folllowing sentence. The rules and other details are explained in the link as well as the subsequent sequel of the same puzzle. Please check it out before you solve this.

In the country of _____ green state is known as ______ because of the lack of _____ there.

  • $\begingroup$ Do we need to/ can we add punctuation in our splits? $\endgroup$ – Sputnik Jun 14 at 17:50
  • $\begingroup$ Yes you can as long as the same spelling appears $\endgroup$ – DrD Jun 14 at 20:07

I'm probably just being silly because the sentence doesn't make much sense this way, but how about:

In the country of Oz, one green state is known as O-Zone because of the lack of ozone there.

[Though I guess it could make sense if this is man-made ozone (AKA smog), so that zone then has more Oxygen (O) to breathe.]

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  • $\begingroup$ guvax bs Bmbar Cbyyhgvba @Walt $\endgroup$ – DrD Jun 15 at 14:21
  • $\begingroup$ @DEEM OK, didn't think of that (added). Thanks for that, my plan B was somehow trying to connect it all to the Numa Numa song... ;) $\endgroup$ – Walt Jun 15 at 20:31

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