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Perhaps the sequence goes like this being I confess that I don't know

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Here is my guess: He sailed along 25 reefs passing 1 chameleon So that takes us to Bringing in sweet bosoms, I think the girl's name is Since it's not her, assuming I got the country correct, my second guess is

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Partial answer. The clue refers to: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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If Matthew Wells's answer for #1 is correct, then #2 and #3 are:

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First one is:

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Partials: Head hung low in… (5) Best card of the deck (3) Written much by peer and shakes, often read for the love it makes (6) Certainly not pretty after a car crash (6) Spins then flies (10) Country with much rain and a long reign (7) Deviating from the norm (8) Impregnable (4) Every movie needs one (8) Only a tad icy (5) Not sure what to do ...

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Here’s my answer: This is the pattern as it can be formed as you said you have revealed three answers to replace the question mark.

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I understand this is not what was mean here, but also fit the description perfectly. Everybody loves them - even more than . They need chaperone - a to exhibit them. And they do usually carry the name of country, or city, on them. The date will be harder to nail down, but Not sure they are dying anytime soon, tho!

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Her name is Because Moreover Possible

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Professor Pun studies The solved nonogram looks like this: If you I arrived at this answer independently of the commenters on hexomino's answer.

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Thanks to jafe for spotting this. I think the answer is Solved nonogram Reasoning

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The girls name is: The reason is:

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I think Grandpa's "tiny travelers" might be: Since: Historically: But fear not!

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The solution is:

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I think the girls name is Explanation Explanation Part 2 Still working on the other other part of the puzzle

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The letters can be replaced as follows: And the remaining letters spell (Arnie's owner gave me some difficulty, because

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The thematic word is: Because:

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I think you're referring to Come around, come around, glad you all came. Welcome to the land where a small, hairy ball got its fame. Here you can see a dysfunctional family. A man who beat his wife and left his son voluntarily. Here you can see the Devil himself. Following a high school girl who showing off her wealth. Here you can see a different ...

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SPOILERS A-PLENTY IN THIS ANSWER! They were talking about: The opening lines refer to: and There then follows discussion of many elements of: As for the comment in the title ("Weren't we supposed to know more of the story by now…?")

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Probably wrong--I wish I could relate this to more than just the hints. The man that immediately comes to mind who needs help "handling" purple cows is Hintwise,

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Her name is......

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I think the girl's name might be Sailing through the he would pass many reefs - in fact, it is a popular destination for scuba diving amongst the reefs! As part of the trip, he may pass by a "chameleon": His final destination:

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You are Three tongues of rock My royal decree To ancient lore would hold the key

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Her name is: Explanation: Attempt #2 Her name is: Explanation: Attempt #3, we're getting more far fetched here. Her name is: Explanation:

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Edited to add my third answer Partial Answer (But this time I am fairly sure that I got it) I think the answer is How I came to this answer: 1. Some comments regarding the email address 2. 3. Some comments regarding the phone number: I couldn't make use of these, but they might be (and probably are) clues as well: Farm dropmail.me The phone number ...

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Finished nonogram: These are Meaning the captain's new boat is literally a

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Very partial solution Since this has been open for quite a while with no obvious progress, I'll post what I've found so far. Maybe someone else will see whatever I'm currently missing. First of all, Now, What I'm meant to do with this is currently beyond me.

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You are Taking the first letters, you get Your nickname:

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Here's a list that satisfies the rule that upon entering a state, you are forced to choose a town with a strictly different name

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It so happens that There is a town named " Greenville" in every state in the US. So you can go to each Greenville

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I think Tom might be: The numbers represent: This means that one of the rows is particularly remarkable: This achievement is especially remarkable considering: Finally, to address Tom's comment that "It cost me a lot of money too" - this is likely because:

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Intro Attempt 1 Attempt 2 Attempt 3

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Continuing from M Oehm's answer: The phrase he extracted should be parsed as This is then interpreted:

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The filled grid: The aha moment: The next step:

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This may be a stretch as this seems mostly irrespective of the ordering of the sequence. Explanation:

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Partial Answer Based off Astralbee's and Larry Alton Garrett's logic, I believe you may be referring to Pivoting off of the prior two answers, my logic is as follows: Taking the sequence of numbers to stand for letters, there could be several groupings (I only list the ones that felt the most pertinent; there's bound to be several others that may be more ...

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Another observation: Conclusion thus far:

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This lecture appears to be about: cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger… And that pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars… And no one or animals can survive without eggs This lifebuoy is perfect for aircraft components, missiles, spacecraft, and satellites… And this ...

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Partly inspired by PiIsNot3's answer ... cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars no one or animals can survive without eggs [crude circle on a piece of white paper] lifebuoy is perfect for aircraft components, missiles, spacecraft,...

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Partial answer, but this lecture seems to contain Well, as we all know, cracking eggshells and doughnuts can make our bones stronger… And that pills are used so that bacteria cannot survive. But perhaps you may not know that eyeballs were actually used as explosives in modern wars… And no one or animals can survive without eggs! This lifebuoy is perfect ...

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He is probably speaking about: Because : And also:

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The first step is to realize: The clues are ambiguous, but with the above they can be answered in a way that The clue answers: The next step: Finishing off the puzzle:

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My guess is Reason being Moreover Previous answers were Because

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Mohiri got the correct answer, but they came to that answer for a slightly different reason than the logic I was using. I'm adding this answer to clarify my approach.

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