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What should I call this poker hand with a straight?

You should call this a... Because...
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Can I Date This Woman?

Unfortunately for you... Here's why: Thanks @Stiv and @Auride for catching some of the ones I missed!
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This is not a Wordle

The correct answer is Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4:
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Vivaldi's favorite

The word is Part 1: Part 2:
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Where is the large cook promotion?

This magic square has a lot of solutions (maybe someone with better programming skills than me could even calculate how many). However... Now
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What do you call a pH Table?

A pH table can be described cryptically as: To find this, we need to... We now need to extract some letters from these 12 discovered phrases to produce the final 12-letter answer (one from each) - ...
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Hidden dots in the center

What do we do with the hidden dots? The image ... The hidden dots ... So, in order to find the answer, ...
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tnih neddih eht kcehc

I think the set is, in order And these are Clues
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A Trivial Pursuit #14 (Entertainment 3/4): Integration by Parts

The items in the middle column are The columns on either side contain If we Taking just So the final answer is
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A Colorful explosion

How do we get to the answer? Like so...
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You'll find it if you go along the

The word is Explanation:
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A never ending puzzle

This was quite a journey, with several "a-ha!" moments required to reach the conclusion. I left in some of the memo notes I wrote to myself while solving, hope it makes the thought processes ...
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Warning: this puzzle contains made-up words

The three levels and in the first block So: Now let's If we now and then it is natural to I suspect there are
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Do they even fit? Yes!

The grid
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A Trivial Pursuit #20 (Entertainment 4/4): Actors

The answer is: Reasoning: Next step: Finally:
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Animal Farm and the Porcine Penitentiary

The missing animal is a ... Let's start with Exhibit B. Now listen to the farm hands (Exhibit C). Finally, examine the animals (Exhibit A). Wrap it up.
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Is this a simple calculation?

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A Shocking Revelation

The electrical shock goes to ... The answers to the seven rebuses are: These answers ... The list of names ... This is clearly ...
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Behaviorists hate this trick

I think the answer is Reasoning: We can It looks like we need to place the squares so that the
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I don't belong in this list!

The answer is Why? Most items on this list follow a very specific pattern: So for example, The only exceptions are: Thus the blank spot must go to The title makes sense,
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What's missing?

Each picture on the left has
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Turn the three lines into a part of the body

Adding the letter turns this into
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Why, crystal ball? Why?

I try to avoid "speculative" answers ("guesses"), but given I think this is worth a shot... Speculation: The crystal ball works by showing you You are For long hours, I ponder. ...
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A co--ection of images

The hidden 2002 movie is: To understand why, it's best to consider the solution in several steps. Step 1: First, identify all of the images. Step 2: Now look at the colours of the numbers. Step 3: ...
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A Trivial Pursuit #25: Meta-Analysis

The overall answer is a very fitting trivial pursuit: Or is it 20 words? (Or does the hyphen make it 21?) Which happens to be the How did we get here? Many probably saw this outright but I was ...
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PSE Advent Calendar 2023 (Day 12): A peaceful tree

Thank you! You too! You are wishing us Each bauble represents As requested, the following image shows how to extract the phrase:
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A Trivial Pursuit #01 (Geography 1/4): History

First, we need to resolve the six lines in the quote: We can then observe that Noting that
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The Moldy Square Grid

What is in the middle space? How did I figure that out?
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A Trivial Pursuit #04 (Art and Literature 1/4): Threesome

First note that for each row, the @ represents the same symbol Each describes a three-word phrase: Note that for each three-word phrase, there is exactly one (unique!) common letter among the three ...
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BBBBBBBBBB -> BB

You are We are then able to read:
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