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Might it be My working is as follows:
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Disorganised and riddled

You are: Not only does this kinda satisfy the riddle as a whole... ...but also (and perhaps more crucially here)...
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No Computer Allowed (Beware the Eater)

Trying to avoid herrings and computers I'm going with The logic behind it
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A riley: The Breaking Point

You are: My prefix is crossed out, for ancients, My infix is a valley, for genii, My suffix is charged, for ever, And my whole is a breaking point.
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"S᠎i᠎n᠎c᠎e᠎ his

Now that this puzzle has been tweaked, First you have to recognize that The clues are solved like so Each clue has a Bible verse. Finally, Exodus 1:1-5 When spoken aloud
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days are determined

This puzzle should be The clued words are: Taking the circled letters
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A Connect Wall to watch and seek answers about

The groups are ... and the other word is The title fits in because of
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A riley: The Breaking Point

You are an My prefix is crossed out, My infix is a valley, My suffix is charged, And my whole is a breaking point.
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days are determined

First let's solve the clues, noticing the pattern in each answer as we go: Now look at the numbers beside each clue...
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Olympics connect?

Okay, this is a puzzle I've looked at multiple times over the past couple of years and never managed to find my way through to a solution. So - full disclosure - I've done some research online to see ...
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

Here is a general strategy to get 24 sentences... ...together with one specific implementation. (For a few randomly chosen sentences, I've included a paraphrasing to help you parse them.)
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My infix makes 500 minus 9

My prefix survives above the tree line without you My infix makes 500 minus 9 My suffix is always a little amped up, or maybe down? Welcome to Puzzling and you will have passed the
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AS CODE: FIVE BIT ⇐ U SAW/SEE

As hinted by the given grid, Then,
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The four of us, hidden

The 7-letter answer is: As if we... This should be easier to see if we break it up with some punctuation marks:
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Close your eyes and feel the twist of this puzzle

The answer to this puzzle (which fits with the sense of the title) is: The image is fairly straightforward to decipher if you are familiar with: However, you need to bear in mind the:
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The riddle and its affixes

You are Your prefix is Your infix is Your suffix is
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I Can Be Innovation - What Am I?

You are: You use me, perhaps every day, while too much can lead to your dismay. I can be innovation, I can be a large blast. However, that won't last. You can see me when I am deadly, while I am ...
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A riley: The Breaking Point

How about a This is very much piggybacking on Stiv’s answer but The valley, as identified by Stiv Charged, as identified by Stiv And why?
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A tribe's misfortune - A short poem

The first day we arrived, under a strong rain, That night we ate pilau, relieving the pain. We asked, soaked and with only land to bribe: "Will ownership help rebuild our tribe?" But ...
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No Computer Allowed (Beware the Eater)

Answer is How to find Note I used the comment from @someoneinexistence.
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A Connect Wall to be a proper knight

I believe (despite a few red herrings in the list!) that the wall could be resolved as follows: This means the missing word which could fit all 4 categories is:
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Usually two different meanings

The 6-letter word is: Take a look at each of the six strings of numbers in turn...
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A Riley: A Jewish landmark

My prefix is a verb, asking for something badly, My infix is from Rome, we still use it today, My suffix is a drink of courage, or so some say, My whole is, all together, a Jew showing you how to ...
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

You could use those five words: In use:
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Making multiple sentences out of 5 words

I feel like this should be sufficient. :)
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You can’t read me, yet here we are

I think the answer is: sorry... You can’t read me, yet here we are. As good as line 5, but just as far. Doctors may share this trait. Or maybe just a half-eaten cake. When looking back at your ...
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What am I riddle? I exist just before your eyes

Real wacky but just as a thought: I can be bought but no one truly owns me People buy me but I don't truly exist I exist just before your eyes but you can't touch me. You can be anywhere but I will ...
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No repeats were found

Partial answer: What is being talked about, is the fact that: In terms of finding a specific word or words, a few ideas: Best guess: Other guesses:
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Here is my attempt. Similar to Daniel's answer, I noticed that However this doesn't answer the title text unfortunately.
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riddle: "My beginning is foggy, / My middle is obscure, / My end is a riddle..."

This is a long shot, but are you The trick being that My beginning is foggy, My middle is obscure, My end is a riddle. My past is winged, My present is dark, My future is stirred. What or who ...
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