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A "Chad move," as described in the hints, seems to involve These are each grouped together in sets of eight. Interpreting these as Continuing this pattern, we get: or, in other words, ...
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–– –― ―― ‧‧ MORSE CODE –— ―— —— —— –‧ ‧—

There are dots and dashes, and the words "MORSE CODE" in large friendly letters in the title, so this should be obvious, right? But hang on, every letter seems to be made of two symbols ...
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Might it be My working is as follows:
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Yes! Paaawk mmm

The answer is: To work this out: As for the title:
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I think you have a package of: Reason: Using the same technique, the title decodes to:
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My angry new boss

You should swing by your boss's office at: Because it turns out that your boss has been leaving you subtle clues all week. Mainly, it's irrelevant precisely what he's been doing - instead, what you ...
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Follow the randomly-bouncing ball

Following the instructions gives us the following sequence: Now, we repeat, using the twelve letters we've extracted: Well, I don't know what that means. (Never mind the fact that I spaced it in a ...
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the television: a country's finale

This is incomplete, I'll add more if I figure these out, but hopefully this might help someone else! Germany's Cryptics Factory Rome's Riddling Cards Please see xyldke's solution!
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The key is persistence

This is just multiple ciphers put together:
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Here is my attempt. Similar to Daniel's answer, I noticed that However this doesn't answer the title text unfortunately.
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Kindly break this code

This is just (It's not even really a code, because it's nowhere near reversible.)
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What are the sentences?

These sentences have simply been encoded using: 9 1215225 251521. 96 9 235185 1 4157, 920 231521124 25 1915 715154. 415320151819 1185 141520 15141225 168251993911419.
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the television: a country's finale

See WoomyRogue's answer for Germany's Cryptics Factory This is a partial answer for Rome's Riddling Cards Solution
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Deus Ex crypto puzzle

FILE: client.pld31bf3856ad364e35.id --this looked suspiciously like hexadecimal to me. I removed "pld" (or p|d?) from the front of the string and used this converter: https://www....
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Please respond Mark!

Very close to solving but can't figure out the last step. If someone wants to work off this feel free. The Face Picture: Edit 1: I read the problem wrong, thank you to @Galen to pointing this out. ...
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