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It's pronounced Using these "sounds": (Examples mostly taken from here.)

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The number of participants The 50 cans of drink The number of policemen

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The two word phrase hidden quite cleverly in this long passage is This word was hidden in this puzzle in the following way: The lines that gave it away were An additional hint that I missed. Thanks Sabre for finding the clue that was craftily embedded into the puzzle

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I've also heard it before :)

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Taking a pop at this: I'm $\bbox[#fff9c3]{\color{#fff9c3}{\textbf{NO PEEKING!}}}$ and I am alcoholic. I sometimes also take pot; it makes me kind of casual. And crack too, because it makes me highly skilled. As you can probably see, I'm so long it's almost impossible, and I turn into a slightly cocky prodigy whenever I'm feeling hot. ..So yeah, ...

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The answer is: Add a "C", I am what has been, Add a "G", I might be a queen, Add a "P", I'll turn away from sin Add an "L" and I may just give in.

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... -3: MINUS ONE MINUS ONE MINUS ONE -2: MINUS ONE MINUS ONE -1: MINUS ONE 0: ONE MINUS ONE 1: ONE 2: ONE MINUS MINUS ONE 3: ONE MINUS MINUS ONE MINUS MINUS ONE ... two letters fewer since we do not use PLUS any more.

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Along the lines of AHKieran I think the answer is actually I am a common word that refers to a person. I rarely refer to very young people – in fact, the older a person is, the more likely they are to be called me. However, if you pick two random siblings, the younger of them is more likely than the older one to be called me.

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I think that this rebus was published in America and is

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Each word in a cyclone phrase has A cyclone phrase is made of cyclone words only. A word is called a cyclone word because it is in alphabetical order if you go around it like this:

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I think it's Explanation:

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I'll go with

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Two five-letter ones: and three 4s: In general, these are called "grammagrams". There are several lists available online, including this one and this questionable one.

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They cost ≈ $0.00833333333333333333333333333333 each. Go! Intentionally fracture your fibula! You are the joints of the lower appendages of a eusocial animal. I bequeath unto you the frigid glenohumeral joint. You and the curvy peg are now parting ways, thanks to me. A conglomeration of wind, precipitation, humidity and temperature is above me ... 34 7 words, starting at 14 letters, ending at 20: You’d have thought this old left-winger would be supportive of his descendants’ views — but apparently not. 34 I think the next number is The sequence is 33 27 characters Bolt me fast, or bolt fast. We have: bolt: secure in place, or dash away suddenly fast: firmly fixed, or quickly The intended meaning is "Either tie me down securely or run away quickly". As @xnor remarks: "I guess the speaker is a werewolf" (thanks for helping!). If the above sentence wasn't ambiguous enough for you, we can take out the ... 33 A Versatile Word is: Examples: 1. She ate a ( peach / pear ). 2. He ( boats / sails ) in the summer. 3. She ( circles / loops ) around the building. 4. He ( fires / shoots ) his weapon. 5. He ( aids / helps ) his sister. 6. They wanted to go ( also / too ). 7. This air always contains ( dust / ions ). 8. The best ( coffee / tea ) comes from India. ... 33 I'm pretty sure the lecture (or at least that part of it) was about The inscription The mysterious prefix$\vee\sqcup\$

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The question was: Explanation: You wish you have it for your lovely home I will have some water and I am fine It happens only in the future you may say Now, it's not a word but the world was crazy about it!

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Completing what DooplissForce started... Drenched with sweat He loosened his girdle What's for dinner Oh my back! Take away the serpents, and you get While these four woods are commonly used for these purposes I may be missing a clue as to why a specific wood would be used for a specific purpose (other than "that's the right wood for that job").

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Person 1 is taunting Person 2 for

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I think I can do 7 letters: Which features the letter pairs:

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The answer is And the question is Reasoning: Being able to count on your hands and feet without using big toes or thumbs refers to

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It took over a year, but it is solved! The calculator works by converting each number into its english representation (1 --> "one"), and then converting the word back into a number using the system of English Gematria. Operators such as plus and minus work normally. The answer to each equation is the smallest number whose Gematria value matches the left ...

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A Halved Word™ is a word that, Scene Agrin Horse Icons Stein Metro Latte Host Pear Four

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At 7am you would have seen: Nothing happens on the sixth hour because:

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Maybe it is because

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