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(Oh, I should have spotted this connection so much sooner - my son is obsessed with the theme here!) A "BS Word" is: This naturally explains the name given to these words too, since:


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I'll go with That one creates a Like so: This fits in nicely with the Mediterranean clue in the title too.


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I think we may successfully The list is:


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Maybe it is That would explain why there are question marks, as


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Well, the [lateral-thinking] tag is there, so


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The rule for a Shifting word is The reason they're called shifting words is because Some remarks


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A Quotidian Word™ is one which you can The examples are


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I think a grid is Aright iff An Awry grid is one that is not Aright but where (in comparison to Lost grids) To make an Awry grid into an Aright grid, Historical note: xhienne came up with basically the right idea and made some slightly-cryptic comments that made it clear to me what he (rightly) thought was going on. I initially thought I'd figured out a ...


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A word is an Immiscible Word™ if the following rule apply: And vice versa - a Miscible Word doesn't follow the above rule. Explanation by case: Why is this property called Immiscible:


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Americana band active between 1997 and 2007. Lived with Joey and Chandler. Singer did this. Large flat round fish with a long tail. A light scarf. Coarse hard-wearing fabric. A knife. Architecture award that rates buildings. A red squirrel. Sweet chilled and spiced wine drink. Carefully planned elaborate operation. Rule: Examples: Therefore, the ...


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𝑎1𝑎2𝑎3...𝑎10 is: Because


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The answer is: Why? Because: What's missing?


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The connection is between the crosses which are closest to the sides and to vertices. On the first row 5 crosses are close to the sides and 1 cross to the vertex. On the second row 5 crosses are close to the vertices and 1 close to the side. On the third row 3 crosses are close to the sides and 3 crosses close to the vertices. On the fourth row 1 cross is ...


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I think it must be because


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All those calculations made me hungry. Luckily, my wife is making the world's best spaghetti using a recipe she and her friend stole from some rich guy in a local mansion. It's a funny story how they got the recipe.


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I have an answer but you're not going to like it. Write $a_{nm}$ for the entry in row n, column m. The 1 at top left is (0,0). Then $a_{nm}$ is Here Accordingly, the missing numbers (left to right) are I am dissatisfied with this because It feels as if


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Partial answer The question is:


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My answer: Convert the letters to numbers 1-9,3-12,4-16,X-X,X-X = A-I,C-L,D-P,x-x,x-x as you can see by adding the value of the letters we get 9+1= 10 12+3= 15 16+4=20 that is a sequence that increases by five everytime 10,15,20,25,30 notice also that the sequence made of first letters has a pattern similar to fibonacci A-C-D = 1,3,4 1+3=4 so next ...


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I think the way to approach this is as follows: So, the next step is:


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Letter E-) When LINE appears in 2 figures It Works as an erase. You should erase the LINE repeated and maintain singles ones.


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I think this is about Let's examine the numbers in the grid: Therefore, the ? should be replaced with


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The answer is Because in each row or column, the following rule is followed: This same rule works in each row and each column, so:


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My answer is the card e. Every row and column has 4 clubs and 4 spade. By adding the card with 2 clubs, we complete the grid.


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The wall can be resolved as follows: Which fictional character links these?


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I think the answer is Reasoning


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Credits to @Prim3numbah for


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I believe the answer is Because


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I think the answer is Reasoning (color): Reasoning (shape):


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Okay, it's been about 10 days since I asked this question, and @hexomino is close, but is not correct, so I'm just going to reveal it. And, plugging in, we get (Though I don't know how @hexomino managed to get such a close answer)


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Another pair which might fit here is: Because: Like so: My additional pair is similar and fills the gap left above: PS Regarding the title, 'A Pairing Puzzle for Christmas':


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