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The answer is: which is a simple chemical compound that is precious to life. Converting to numbers: this is the total number of elements.


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I think the clues points to: Because:


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To resurrect this long-time unanswered question, I think the name which satisfies all four clues is: My middle name is romantic which allows me to act I'm not related to George, so I sing for a fact I can be like a river in the Western world And I am also really commonly hurled


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I think this might work? Due to my attempts in the comments, I believe at least everything up to the third line is correct. Take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruit's name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase?


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The answer is: Smallest by the banded one, the biggest, then the lead Extend to wave or crouch in anger, half-way-hunch to knead The clever use them alike the dim, though perhaps not to count The most unfortunate of folk may vary in amount. As for the title:


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Start with the one which has 4 Take out the 7 and you end up with an 8. Start with one which has 5 Take out the 7 and you end up with a 4 Start with the one which has 4. Take out the 7 and you end up with a 2 Start with the one which has 5. Take out the 7 and you end up with a 1


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Could it be I often come from nothing My worth cannot be inherited or given Put me in a winning position And my success is still not guaranteed What I give you has no utility But it's something you wouldn't want to live without I thought of a few other options (a chess pawn, a CV, etc.), but this seemed to me most likely to be correct.


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Here goes nothing...


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I think the answer might be Take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruit's name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase? Title Other links


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I think the answer is An unwavering force. Without it, you would not be here. What do you get when you take it away?


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An unwavering force. Without it, you would not be here. What do you get when you take it away?


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take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruits name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase


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Prefix: Infix: Suffix: British sensation?


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I'm adding another answer because it is unrelated to my first guess. If that is inappropriate I will delete one. Take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruit's name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase?


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Take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruit's name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase?


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Long shot, but it kind of fits the riddle as given, so I'm giving it a try. Take the blackest of pits that yearns for the light See the fruit that it has for distance and night Now warp the fruit's name and turn up the bass And what is the answer you pull from this chase?


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My prefix is a part of a reflex My infix is very complex my suffix is more than two but the whole thing is not true What am I?


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What would happen if you retrieve me? Partial answer based on: Terminator? Nah Resonate me to leave me whole. Tamper with me to leave me good. Gather me to leave me alone. Trim me to leave me empty.


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Alternate answer: From a word of five letters Take out the ten Scramble the remaining letters And you will get back to ten


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I think the answer is Take out the ten Scramble the remaining letters And you will get back to ten The word and what you get after scrambling have a common property Title


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Partial Answer: I think it might be Gather me to leave me alone. Also: Maybe that will help or maybe I'm totally off base!


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My suffix’s prefix’s prefix’s suffix My prefix’s suffix’s suffix’s prefix My infix’s prefix’s suffix’s infix Don’t play with…


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Take out a number Take out three numbers Take out several numbers (not necessarily different)


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I think you are a: My prefix is the word I want, while it's an abbreviation. My infix is a negative that sounds like it has passion. My suffixes are two separate words which can describe the look; But users will not read through them unless they did what it took.


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I believe you are a: My suffix is growing. My infix is packing. My prefix is moving. My whole is earning. As for the title:


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The concealed word is: Unseeded with marsh flower is he This youth approaching sanctity. Complexion bad, in lard rolls he. "Permit me", that was what I said In answer as I chopped his head.


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I think the answer is: My prefix is asleep. My infix is what my whole is doing. My suffix is bowling. My whole is packing.


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The answer is Its suffix sounds like a slithering snake. Its prefix is given again in green grass. Its infix appears as an arbitrary article. Its whole rhymes with whence it does pass.


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You are Why? And for the title (credit to @Prim3numbah for pointing out what I missed):


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As replied by pos(t)er, it isn’t . . . Thought it was because . . . And, well, . . . Always worth a try.


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Could be My suffix is growing: My infix is packing: My prefix is moving: My whole is earning:


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Is it maybe My suffix is growing My infix is packing My prefix is moving My whole is earning The title:


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