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What about For the secret word:


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A note: Another note, since the formula was changed: Another note: the formula got changed again.


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Start with eleven in one e four e six; add what is missing from otherhood, oke, icks; improving position, go upwards by one; mix up for organs, remove fifty-one. Add to the end an American nation; abbreviate all and add short operation; age for a few more years, then turn around; prefix by fifteen – a trap on the ground!


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Very Partial answer... Only solving part of a stanza... Start with eleven in one ee four ee six; add what is missing from otherhood, oke, icks; improving position, go upwards by one; remove fifty-one


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I hope my initial thoughts for your puzzle are I hide as a puzzle in Malaysian spoon, Bounding sturdy monument and sturdy wood. Upside-down in common marsupials' and rare antelopes' front, I'm a gesture, or three, for good.


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Very partial answer I hide as a puzzle in Malaysian spoon, Bounding sturdy monument and sturdy wood. Standing upside-down in marsupials' and antelopes' front, I'm a gesture, or three, for good.


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5) 6) 15) 19)


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FULL ANSWER: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18) 19) 20)


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Partial answer 2 7 8 11 13 14


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Partial Answer thanks to Ak19 and pirate for their contributions! 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11 12) 13) 14) 15) 17) 18) 19) 20)


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@Glorfindel has found the answer and explicited the second stanza, here is an explanation for the first one: One of us – largest outside polar regions; Another one's island's shared with Indonesians; a third one is found at the edge of the first, a break from the dryness to quench people's thirst.


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The poem is about One of us – largest outside polar regions; another one's island's shared with Indonesians; a third one is found at the edge of the first, a break from the dryness to quench people's thirst. One of us separates Swedes from the Finns; one – lake with skiing, casinos and inns; one's a dry place near where Mongol herds graze; one flows ...


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Partial Answer One of us separates Swedes from the Finns; one – lake with skiing, casinos and inns; one's a dry place near where Mongol herds graze; one flows where born was a writer of plays.


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