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On track with my travel agent

The "inanity" is Together,
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Riverboat Soufflé

Gladys went to The crossword grid and cryptic clues: The Masyu: After these,
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Data is plural?

The answers Or visually
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A Trivial Pursuit #25: Meta-Analysis

Wrap-up: The Making Of A Trivial Pursuit This is not a solution to this meta-puzzle, but provides notes from its poser concerning this puzzle's set-up and the wider series to which it belongs. This ...
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Positions of squares and diamonds

The question mark should be replaced by which resembles Because,
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Focus on the PAIRS of letters

Puzzle is about "noble gases".
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Cover me, I'm going in!

Gladys is visiting The answers to the crossword clues are as follow. Then we can fill the answers into the grid, starting from the longest ones. Doing so we can gradually fill all the cells. So ...
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A Fundamental Connectwall

The groups are: The connection between the four groups is:
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Breaking New Ground

Gladys is in: The completed grid: Straight Cryptic Printer's devilry
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Catch the flag!

I'd been wondering for a while why the OP had used the word 'Catch' in the title of this puzzle rather than the more common 'Capture', as is the phrase usually - but now I understand, as the island in ...
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Use your fingers!

The left part of the rebuses spells: Thanks to the astute observation of M Oehm, the top right rebus can be read as: Furthermore, based on the OP's hints and the title, it has become clear that To ...
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Plumbing Issues

Gladys is at This is the completed grid: Then Solution path for the grid:
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A lesson in attention to detail

Okay let's go through this step by step. (I'll illustrate the changes in each step with plain but hopefully intuitive ASCII notation. Small letters are to be removed. The words used in the ...
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They used to sing together

The singing duo are:
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Connect the dots x Crosswords

The answer is I may have got some of them wrong especially Y1 because I've found a connection with the number However "The goal of the solver is to guess what the connected dots represent."...
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A Cryptic Integration Crossword

Here is the completed grid. Thanks juicifer for getting the last one for me! Clue explanations: Across: Down: Thanks for the fun puzzle!
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What song are these lyrics from (translated into emojis)

The song is The part of the lyrics being described. Why?
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Why did she choose O6G?

Not an answer. I agree. OSCAR seems fit for the first hint. I'm not very sure of my approach, but this is how I think it could be. She chose O6G. The surname is 8 letters long. So... OSCAR_ _G Now the ...
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The yet hidden identity

It is
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Container without order

You are a You try to see doubly well But I'm not for locations You try to slither in through But I'm not for foreign words Don't worry, I'm here to store You just need a key to find The time ...
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What is the HIP recording?

The answer is: Clue 1: Clue 2: Clue 3: Clue 4: Clue 5: Clue 6: Clue 7: Title refers to
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A mysterious importance

This is not complete but was too long for a comment so I'll start it here and come back to it later. I was thinking:
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Why did she choose O6G?

The various pictures (as solved by others) are: Using hints 2 and 3, you can take one letter from each of the above, forming an 8 letter surname, chess related: Then:
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Use your fingers!

Some initial thoughts: The premise The left portion of the rebus The upper right portion of the rebus The sequence
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