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I think the wording here conjures up images of: I am but a linguist that lives in a cave. I talk with visitors from the central city. When the dragon comes, I invite him inside. The lions stay out, but gain trust and enter. Merchants and messengers come in to rest. Politicians peer outside, but remain indoors.


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This one’s more of a long shot…. Could it be Is an angel.. but doesn't live in heaven. Has the power to fly.. but isn't a bird. Is related to Mother Nature's sister. Cares about people.. but loves to shoot them too!


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Is it Wears a suit.. but is not a businessman? Likes candy.. but is not a child? Owns animals.. but is not a zoologist? Has workers.. but is not a manager? Has super powers.. but is not a superhero?


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I think you are Runt of the litter, I was cast from the family. They called me cold and distant but I do have a heart. Many fear me although I have brought laughter and wealth. You do not want to be where I dwell... And yet you are already in me.


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I think you are Runt of the litter, I was cast from the family. They called me cold and distant but I do have a heart. Many fear me although I have brought laughter and wealth. You do not want to be where I dwell... And yet you are already in me.


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Here's an answer: On many minds of the human race If you do not have me you will face Turning me high at a feeding place Being considered a family disgrace Re hint:


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Answer: This was short and sweet, and I quite like it.


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The address is: What he Googled: Why?


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This does not require being a particularly brilliant chemist—nor does it require any trickery or riddling. All of these operations are possible, if not straightforward. He told me that he can turn a radioactive metal into a gas! As just one example, the radioactive metal uranium (U) can be converted into a gas. In fact, this is a normal step in the process ...


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I think what Ben Rothersburger does is "He is a brilliant chemist, I think. He told me that he can turn a radioactive metal into a gas!" Grandpa. "And Ben said he can also turn a couple of gases into a couple of different gases very quickly" Grandpa with a smile. "O yes son. He can even take the stuff from the matches and turn ...


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Is it? Dethrone the king, cast out the poorest Revolution repeated summons me soonest Put the rocks in the sky and the sun in the sea Either way 'round, I'll still be me I am (mostly) in crabs, and fish, and in bird This way I am myself in these very words Fastest in each of a metronome's flicks And part of its tastiest ticks


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The hint says that capitalisation is important. If we interpret each capitalised word to mean Grandpa's first sentence looks like this: So maybe we need to find a word that fits in all of these somehow. So maybe Grandpa is


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Perhaps they were


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A tenuous connection at best, but could they be Zeno's


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This is an answer similar to @Deusovi’s, but potentially maybe phonetically closer? The pun is bad, and I feel bad…. Haha.


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Are you looking for


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Could it be something like Dethrone the king, cast out the poorest Revolution repeated summons me soonest Put the rocks in the sky and the sun in the sea Either way 'round, I'll still be me I am (mostly) in crabs, and fish, and in birds This way I am myself in these very words Fastest in each of a metronome's flicks And part of its tastiest ticks


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These are probably wrong but here are some ideas I've had revolving around....


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Maybe... Glad you were rescued from that beach!


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I think its


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This seems obvious to me, so maybe I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure the answer is


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My answer is Explanation:


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First thing that comes to mind is: From Wikipedia:


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I think the answer is What is light but still dark it's wet but dry More generally It has a name but it cannot be spoken It ends in H


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You are: Take away half of me, I become unnatural But give me your honey, I'll become an animal I may ruin your day But I'll always be followed by a ray ... And my prefix is a god... although Google thinks he's Arthritis.


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I think Grandpa might be stuck in: The wording of the puzzle suggests that Grandpa is stranded at an intermediate airport whilst attempting to travel to Paris as a result of bad weather ('stuck in a storm... trying to get a room for the night...'), but some of his words here have an additional hidden significance: Here's hoping that Grandpa's cell is a:


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