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Upside-Down Map

I suggest you make a beeline for building number: To work this out:
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Words for Small Sets

You are a ... The words in the list are ... It looks as if the numbers ... But there's an important hint: And that's ...
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All twelve the same

The phrase you are looking for is: We note that (as @new QOpenGLWidget posted) "A-Order" likely means This yields:
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All twelve the same

A partial answer. "A-Order" seems to mean alphabetical order, so let's order our words in alphabetical order. ...
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Some odd, some even

I think the phrase is Because And
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Rules, rules, rules... still not enough!

The rules of the game resemble The class of Bounty Hunter can only be unlocked after stage seventy-five has passed. The amount of players can be modified mid-game, but only if the most experienced ...
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What happened to your job?

The e-mail reads Explanation
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Never Seen Star Wars

Megan's favourite character is The first thing to notice is that
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Famous faces, different ways

Noting that... ...and we can identify them all as follows: We can immediately notice that... Looking now at the letter arrangements below the images... So what is the final two-word answer? The ...
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They're all OURS (GHI)

The two-word phrase is: All of the triplets in the left-hand column are actually: As for the title:
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Excellence? Perfection? Success?

The word we are looking for is: ACENT / CENOS / AEGNTT / ACGNNOTT EEEJNSWY / AEEHIMNPRSW / AACHILNNORRT / AAEERLW / KNORWY / AGIINRV / AACEHMSSSTTU / AAEINNNPSVY / EGGIOR / CCCEINOTTU / AALMNRY ...
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When you look at this try not to get dizzy!

To solve this puzzle, note that: Once we do that... A note on the title:
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In vino veritas

Having spent already three weeks at the forge, I'm slowly starting to develop a feeling of urgency. While the blacksmith is also notorious for his long drinking benders, anything over three weeks ...
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Is Daryl's Mail Legit This Time?

First notice that Then This results in
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The Cryptic Safe

I'll start with a partial answer, since I'm stuck. Here's what I have so far EDIT 1: added a bit more progress The safe: The letter: The picture What's left: That's what I have. It's not much but ...
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The favorite movie puzzle

Movie number eight on the list is As the movies follow the pattern
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Is this rebus puzzle unsolvable?

Probably
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A rebus representing a Christian prayer

It's
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A rebus puzzle consisting of four characters

I think the solution is Explanation:
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Shocking Singing Logic

I think the answer is Because there are two different arrangements that make all of the statements true, which are (in order of A, B, C, D, E, *)
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Puzzle for Olivia

Full answer - stage 1: I also noticed that Stage 2: Stage 3:
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A puzzle with grids and lines

The seven black diamonds are When applied to the images, But I don't know what song that is referring to.
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A puzzle with grids and lines

Partial answer: Here's where everything falls apart:
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What quote does the image represent?

I guess it could be Because
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What is 12 in this same pattern?

Partial answer. Googling OEIS plus some of the numbers, I found which led me to: so we're looking for values A, B, C such that and apparently Running this through a spreadsheet gives the following ...
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Resolve an old controversy

Since `` is used to normally denote an inline code in markdown, I guess the controversy is between the spaces and tabs. They are all spaces matching the regex <...
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Solve the last equation

we can notice a broad pattern altering between adding 0 and 4. 4+5=? applying the same logic we should be getting this answer. (5~4) swap places 4+4=8. [58]
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The Sixth Resident

I'm fairly certain that the 6th's resident's surname is After reading Iuri Guilherme's answer, which mentioned that all of the people are in either room A or room D, I thought In trying many ...
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The Sixth Resident

Apartment Name New York Rank Havana Rank Cuba Rank USA Rank World Rank 1A Rodriguez 3 1 1 14 57 2D Clark 646 2091 1254 22 545 3D Jones 4 1664 2224 5 208 4A Colon 1077 1202 1146 677 3339 5A Zhang ...
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The Lucky Number Seven... or is it?

I almost have it, I think. First: Then: Finally:
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Just Some Lines To Me

Starting with what fljx did, you have to: apply ROT13 decode as base64, get a string starting with V1Z decode as base64, get a string starting with WVV decode as base64, get a string starting with ...
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Just Some Lines To Me

Partial answer, getting the text down to a manageable size. Note that the puzzle has been rewritten, the encoding for the first stage has changed, but the decoded text is the same: Original first ...
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What's in a na᠎me?

Lovely word puzzle :) This is clearly inspired by the recent news story about: As what we need to do is: Resolving the left-hand column then: The right-hand column: Which allows us to extract the ...
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