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Release the "Q" ball

Here is one possible solution to this puzzle
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The Late Queen Gives in to Remorse - Reverse Hangman

The answer is: Add a "C", I am what has been, Add a "G", I might be a queen, Add a "P", I'll turn away from sin Add an "L" and I may just give in.
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Alphabet snake, master of camouflage

How about here: Solve path:
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Can you name the Country Code™?

The country code of Brazil is: This is because: For a full explanation for each country in the original list, see the following table:
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28 Minutes Later

The eight patient names 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: Summary: And finally: Easter eggs / references:
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A long riddle: My First is in Apple but not in Lear, …

Second word My Tenth is in Ride and also in Row My Eleventh is also my three My Twelth is in Down but not in Grown My Thirteenth is in Dinner and also in Deed My Last Two are two different ...
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What is the smallest set of letters that can spell any integer?

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Vowelburger™ Riddle

Today's Vowelburger comes with: Just check out our menu: So, what's for dessert?! :)
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Yes, your fat ma is hers

The answer is: Steps: This quote is from:
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As easy as Three, Two, One... How fast can you go from Five to Four?

Just signed up to share some of the solutions (3 of them) I was able to come up with in 6 steps: OH MAN! After a lot of searching I was able to do it in 5 steps (5 solutions): I confirmed the words ...
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'SILVER' -> ‘LESIRU' and 'GOLDEN' -> 'LEGOND', so 'NATURE' -> what?

It looks like there's a typo in the question: If so, here is how I solved it: Then the answer is:
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A quick, easy mistyped question

The answer is
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Another pseudo-IQ question

My reasoning: So my guess is... A hint was given...
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You think YOU have it bad?

Full answer with lots of help: They took from me something near to my heart. I crossed the Atlantic, my short became long, but I was still essentially myself. I gave up heroin. I introduced my ...
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My teacher gave me a puzzle one day

I think it's one of those rebus puzzles. :)
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Vowelburger™ Riddle

Your "vowelburgers" are:
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Turn Lead into GOLD

Three steps/Four words:
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Using sentence, turn intense into incense; what tool do I need?

The 'tool' is
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Order the cities, then find which one is not described

First, I looked at Elbasan, which I wasn't aware of previously, and noticed that From that I found that I placed the cities in the grid as follows I then replaced the cities with This left me with
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Avoid consuming broken cereal?

The dance is a First we notice that To the right are four squares. The first square The second square The third square The fourth square For the clues at the compass points North Northeast ...
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What is the smallest set of letters that can spell any integer?

Explanation: Extension: Other possibilities:
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Is this a game to you?

The stranger's mission is As Tonkleton found in their answer, Given this hint, we can then discover that Finally, we Other clues that validate this answer:
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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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IATA Airport Abbreviations

The answer is Super cool puzzle, as usual. I spun my wheels for a while trying to The trick is to Below are the screenshots. Names: And the names attached to the diagram in the puzzle: For those ...
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Eric Andre had a dream

He dreamed
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Two mystical trees

Reassembled tree: Words:
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Unusual letter combinations

The final answer is formed by the words I tried to reconstruct who came up with individual words first; which is kind of hard given the timelines and grace period edits. Apologies for any mistakes. ...
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Known for my code

I am known for my code if you add a letter before my last one my first three letters are never eaten by my last five letters what is my first letter
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Three 8-letter words with at least 23 different letters

Searching a list of over 8000 eight-letter words with no repeated letters yields the following six triples, each with 23 distinct letters:
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