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A puzzle whose solution relies on external sources such as tables, dictionaries, Wikipedia, or specifics that may not be common knowledge.

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You're thinking about: The mechanism used: 1973 Ford tow truck Trip to geeks’ country in Portugal Why Germany imprisons mother John Stewart, according to Wikipedia Classic m7xBI.jpg …
answered Apr 5 by MetaZen
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A guess at an old fictional building that ends in the middle:
answered Nov 6 '18 by MetaZen
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An attempt that may lead to a full answer: I believe you may be: Some people come to me all the time If they express themselves well enough They might get what they're looking for I fight again …
answered May 31 by MetaZen
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My guess is you are thinking about: Title: Ah, the old SE puzzlearoo 1973 Ford tow truck Trip to geeks’ country in Portugal Why Germany imprisons mother John Stewart, according to Wikip …
answered Apr 5 by MetaZen
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To the North, a mule may serve you in copper. To the South, you may end up rich or a pauper. To the West, "Keep it Weird" you may hear them mutter. To the East, if you visit, bring plenty of butter. …
asked Sep 26 '18 by MetaZen
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To the East is a place where arrows may flow To the West you may see Beelzebub hitching a ride To the North is a view if your vision's not clouded To the South is a place where languages were born I' …
asked Apr 6 by MetaZen
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To the North, Jorge and Natan spent some quality time To the South, a victory for a famous symbol To the West, you can check out one of Baird's To the East is a presidential coastal town A Nereid car …
asked Apr 8 by MetaZen
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(This is a new format I wanted to play with. I'll post it as-is to start with and add clues around how to go about it if needed. Hopefully someone will first pick up the idea and follow the crumbs t …
asked Oct 5 '18 by MetaZen
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To the North is a place you could wear on your feet To the South is a place that could mean alone To the West they play a ba' game in the street To the East is where Hallvard sits on his throne I've …
asked Sep 25 '18 by MetaZen
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To the North, take a horse to find something delightful To the West, a game piece that was tight with Paul To the South, he can't smell, although he wasn't spiteful To the East, you might see …
asked Sep 29 '18 by MetaZen
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To the West, they are young and grand To the North, they are high and briny To the East, they are enchanting and jolly To the South, they are rising and shiny I'm all at once and none at …
asked Sep 27 '18 by MetaZen
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Possibly: My prefix is ironic. My infix is well-oiled. My infix is well-oiled - (second guess) My suffix briefly handled a worm. There aren't many of me - what is my name?
answered Mar 28 by MetaZen
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I need to get into this building. Next to the only door is a keypad with a simple 10-key numeric keypad. I hear someone approaching so I hide in a nearby bush to observe. They walk up to the door, p …
asked Mar 7 by MetaZen
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Just some guesses: To my west are a bunch of crooks To my south is a giant clock
answered Sep 28 '18 by MetaZen
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Another try: I am in a collection room To my west are a bunch of crooks To my north is a special fruit To my east is somewhere everyone wants to be To my south is a giant clock
answered Oct 2 '18 by MetaZen

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