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I found the following pattern. Some other examples are: Also, the title is related to the pattern. (thanks to a hint from OP)


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It must be because Or in symbols, I spotted this by noticing


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Your PIN is made up of


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You are spending your holiday The first letters of the title say Homophone pairs: The pattern: So word for nine is Right word These first letters of the new words Wordplay user70451 found 1 and 3, I found 4 and 5 and oAlt found 2, 6-9. Go check out their answers for explanations and consider leaving an upvote! I won't be explaining the solutions here, ...


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I think the answer is: The logic: Then:


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The answer is:


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The five pairs are all These show the relationships Another one in this group


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This is my first time using this site so bear with me if I don't know what I'm doing. Answered this but it was deleted? So I'll try again.


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The answer is: Because each line represents: 75 Wathd,tsshtf 74 M,m,aWNds 77 Tcfffa,nIuts 76 O,ycd,ycj 80 Yh,ys,ys 73 Edinmohwtto One final step:


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These are all The pairings are


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Consider the following binary operation on letters of the alphabet


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Guess I do not have a great moive knowlegde, but one could be Another may be Another may be Other guesses include So,


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Thanks to @QuantumTwinkie for the tip that the images correspond to movie titles. Edit: I swapped the intended meanings of the images so with an additional hint from the puzzler I have hopefully corrected my mistake. I will go in order of the words corresponding to the numbers of each image, which are then used as placeholders for the question marks.


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The first part of the third set also includes: EDIT 1: And a stab in the dark (ignoring, for example, the sequences of letters derived from each set of clues): Whence we find the place where you are spending your vacation: EDIT 2: It seems we've found the answer but not the solution. Following mohirl's investigation into Right Words: Or, alternatively ...


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For the last set, About the yet unsolved, I have completely no idea.


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There are 2 other ways to look at the bulbs First the three bulbs in the last row could actually be 14+14+14=42 since each one is 10 plus the lines at the top. This gives 387 as the answer Secondly Each bulb has 3 horizontal lines at the bottom portion. So the bulb could represent 5 top lines multiplied by the 3 horizontal lines (5*3=15) It is hard to ...


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The final answer is To figure out the digits (building off some of the logic in Earlien's solution): To figure out the missing number: Upon some searching it seems this puzzle is inspired by: Very clever, thanks for the puzzle!


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Possible starting point for the Right/Wrong words: There are quite a number of possibilities for each though, except for Given that the OPs comment below hints that this is special, perhaps it's that Taking a stab at the others anyway: Giving us the letters: Which seems of no help whatsoever


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Partial answer Posting this as a partial because I don't have time to devote half enough time to the wonderful array of clues provided, but I think the secret is Take for example: EDGBASTON: Comes up to a place near the M5, south of Eastington. If you actually want Edgbaston, keyword STODGY will get you there, specifically to the golf course. keyword STODGY ...


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Just an idea, not a complete solution: However: EDIT after the hint, still not solved:


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Look at the letters used. Look at the pattern drawn on the back. There's a connection given by Maybe the three-letter strings are given by Explicitly: The only one not expressible in this form is


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Think this is it:


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This question looks like suduku but it has different rules. There are 3 columns and 3 rows which contains 2x2 cells of shapes. Each column follows different rule of a certain movement (the movement of cells showed in different rows on same column). In the left column all shapes move anti clockwise. In the middle all the shapes from the top two cells go to ...


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These triangles The rules: As @Bass points out this can be represented by addition. If a gap = 0, △ = 1 and ▽ = 2 then So therefore the correct answer is Hopefully that makes sense!


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Found a pattern but it is almost certainly random luck and not the solution...


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