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The single-word answer seems to be I get this from: Finally, a shout out to @Stiv for sorting out the left-hand part of the image. To save all in one place for posterity, these are the parts of the puzzle that @Stiv figured out:


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Partial answer, based on @user118161's comments: The pictures represent: So, the solution to Hint 1 is:


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There are a lot of words, so I've ignored 2-letter words. Running total: 49 words Horizontal: Vertical: Diagonal :


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Partial answer (not including 3 letter words, there are too many) : format : WORD, row,column 6 letters words : 5 letters words : 4 letters words : Obviously I missed words, please complete if you find more words.


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I've found 29 words: HORIZONTAL 1 RAT 2 RATS 3 OR 4 CELL 5 IN 6 BUS VERTICAL 7 TAG 8 AGO 9 UP 10 COW 11 OWL 12 LAW HORIZONTAL BACKWARDS 13 ROUTE 14 LEAN 15 SO 16 SUB VERTICAL BACKWARDS 17 GATE 18 HOST 19 IT 20 KID 21 TIE DIAGONAL RIGHT TO LEFT 22 TO 23 ON DIAGONAL LEFT ...


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In the first column all numbers are multiples of 5. In the last column all numbers are multiples of 7. By addition and subtraction we obtain (63 + 70 + 56) - (60 + 55 + 65) = 3^2. In the second column and the fifth column, all numbers are multiples of 10 plus one prime. By addition and subtraction we obtain (800 + 80 + 200 + 40 +3) - (160 + 13 + 400 + 20 + ...


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The way Beastly Gerbil escaped was by focusing on If we apply the "Every 7" clue to the Now, we know that the From/To parts of the bus schedule are encrypted So And (thank you @Kralcl!) Using this as a new key The bottom six entries give the message So If we do this we get Looking these up using Google Maps/Earth we find Finally, Postscript


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18:


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Is it:


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18 guess (wrong):


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18 perhaps: How?


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For 18 (wrong):


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Best I can do for 18: (wrong)


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Complete answer at last... It is a straightforward task to identify the 27 flags displayed here... or is it?! Because: Note that here: If we take: This appears to be: Finally, in comments below @SeanC made a very astute observation (thanks Sean!): What does this mean? Which means the final answer must be:


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A small start: I've identified all the flags and also identified (where possible) if they are facing the correct direction, to the left with an 'L' or the wrong way to the right with an 'R'. Note I haven't been able to identify whether they are the right way round for symmetrical flags. My idea was that


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2: 8: Not particularly happy with this, but for number 11:


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Wikifying right away this time so we can collect all answers in one place. 1: ⛵😱−p 🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳 2: 😂Long 3: 👑a⚽u 4: Ak➕ 5: 🔴🌲−🍃 6: 💍 of 👦d🧄 − 😋 7: ❄️👀 🏰− 🍑 + C


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(wrong) (wrong)


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The best I can do for 18:


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An attempt to gather all correct solutions as a community wiki. 1 (found by Jafe) 2 (found by Chronocidal) 3 (found by Jafe) 4 (found by Lanny Strack) 5 (found by Glorfindel) 6 (found by Jafe) 7 (found by Glorfindel) 8 (found by Chronocidal) 9 (found by JMP) 10 (found by Lanny Strack) 11 (found by Chronocidal) 12 (found by Lanny Strack) 13 (...


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My answer to 11 (incorrect according to OP):


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9: 14: 19: 20:


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Another one: 20.


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Third row: Fifth row: Because in each row and each column,


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1: 3: 6:


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19:


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Another: 17:


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Two more: 4: 12: and also: 10: 13:


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Two to get started: 5: 15: and another one: 7: and one I'm not so sure about: 16:


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Here is a solution that works in the general case of two squares of any size placed next to each other.


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A slightly different graphic:


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I (finally) finished it ! Blue squares are 'colored', and green squares are 'not colored'. This took a few days (I think I started less than a day after the problem was published), and I worked around 6-8 hours (roughly) on this (I'm slow). Every single pixel here was hand-placed in paint (please don't tell me how many pixels I colored - I don't think I ...


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Caveat: my answer violates the rules because I solved it using a computer. I wrote a Python script which reads the input into a list of rows, each of which is treated a list of cells, each of which is, in turn, a two-element tuple containing an integer (the count of filled neighbours for that cell, or 99 if the count is unknown) and a "#" (filled), " " (...


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What about because


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Partial Answer: 1st picture seems to be pixels of slightly different colors. For the 2nd picture, I filled the picture with black in paint, this might be useful. For the 3rd picture, the watermark says www.iconexperience.com.


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How about:


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All of these pictures depict: Like so: The images are ordered:


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It looks like they all


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Based on the find by @plasticinsect, Here's a zoom from Google Earth: The picture in the OP appears to have been taken The matching clues are:


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Partial answer:


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I believe it is My reasoning:


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My guess is: Reasoning: Starting with the discovery of @shoover that I then Solving each of these, I generated Note:


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Partial answer, thinking out loud. The red and white thing above the line is This makes me think So let's see what we can make of the boxes. The grid represents Based on the hint, For the boxes to the right, YOU AS ARE YIELD PLAIN STAR BRICK LIFT For the boxes underneath, AM COME GET HI MOON LIE LOAF ME CAGE From there,


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Perhaps: Got something for everything now ...


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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.


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First, Next, Title explanation:


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I think the answer might be: Clue 1: What if the two living creatures change places? Clue 2: I intentionally did't draw something 3 dimensional, I didn't even try (Okay..I wouldn't be able to, either). The peculiar traits of the components are important. If you rotate the whole thing by x degrees, the placement of the components will make more sense. The ...


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I got This was my try. I haven't counted the steps yet but I will do it later.


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