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Are you Oh hang thee, I do, from the rafters above; Though I'll often do my utmost to support thee from below. Sometimes I'm wont to leave thee waiting in ears; But as a rule, I'm a beast, telling thee to stop, and stop now.


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Final Answer Because Oh hang thee, I do, from the rafters above; Though I'll often do my utmost to support thee from below. Sometimes I'm wont to leave thee waiting in ears; But as a rule, I'm a beast, telling thee to stop, and stop now. First Answer


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I think you might be: My prefix sounds of lines My infix's on signs My suffix's hat's askew I'm Spanish, it's true As for the title:


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Partial Thoughts


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Partial Clue two appears to be For the conversation, John's missing part and his last line But I'm not sure how this ties together.


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This one was a lot harder to solve! The solution is: What do these words mean? These complete the story like so: Solving method:


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I'm pretty sure that: Reason:


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I think the answer is My prefix isn’t affirmative My infix is somewhat a ring My postfix isn’t a prime My whole ceases to be anything


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Answer is


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Substantial and Insubstantial words are Thus: Credit where due: Stiv


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A BFF Word is one where: Namely: Furthermore, the non-BFF Words exhibit a different but related pattern - namely that:


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I think you are a You may think I'm a drone, Some say I'm a rumour, But near to a murder, I've no sense of humour. When I'm at a road, You'll notice a bird, Some fashionable jargon, From me and a word. At the head of marines,You may see me trim, With a unit of distance, From an actor, named Tim. I count in fives,As part of a game, But two is my ...


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We need to do the following: Then And then


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The wizard is: Mix well The letters: Unscrambles to:


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You are I see everything. I hear everything. I am all that you know. Because of that I choose what I am.


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Do possessive nouns count? Also, is there a specific dictionary that the word has to be in? For S, the word "suss's" (4/5) would beat out "assess" and "sasses." If possessive nouns aren't allowed, then "susses" would tie for the record (4/6).


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The harder version: ...................


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With two, I’m a metal With three, I’m identified With four, I’m an animal With five, I’m a platform


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Are you a I won't say yes 6 months from now Cast your net, as soon as possible To Kevin Spacey: Who won the sequel? Play me once but skip the major I'm not a Tesla, Aside:


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Got it... Looking at the numbers, I find that all the numbers on a light colored background are 4, 5, 6, or 7. And only five are 4 and 5. The problem was that I don't know how to pair up the digits, except that I'm pretty sure the inner ring goes yielding However it goes, the "e" and "f" must be paired with "4" or "6", yielding n/N and o/O Edit: to ...


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Thinking out loud, no answer yet. Unraveling the code: 4253e 77756 95249 66776 24330 47477 25e 766 f74 677 635 456 737563 30 + 18 + 6 = 54 total, which fits 9 hex-a-decimal colors: There must be a lexicon based on the 54 characters which could be sliced evenly by it's factors of 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 27. Unfortunately ...


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An obvious answer (probably too obvious) would be: As in: From:


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Final solution Step by step deduction Firstly, note that MASTERING is a full nine-letter word so it takes up a whole row, and EMIGRANT is an eight-letter word so the column is either EMIGRANTS or SEMIGRANT. Also note that ARTEMIS must begin from either the 1st or 3rd place in its row, because otherwise the A will clash with MASTERING; and the remaining ...


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My guess I’m felt but not seen Rarely viewed on a screen If you stand still, I’m nothing Keep your pace, I’m nothing


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Solutions to this (the 'base' puzzle) are relatively easy to find. Here's one solution of very many: The harder puzzle seems to be only reasonably attackable through computer search, though... even with a few guesses at the last word, making sure the white squares anagram to the right thing doesn't seem to be very human-doable to me.


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Each rectangle of letters gives Top row: Bottom row: At first I'd thought the dots in some rectangles would be Now, what can we do with these words we've got? Another idea is to Thanks to Stiv, this does indeed make sense if we just simplify the tracks a bit: and the answer is


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You are an: My prefix will lay you to rest And is also a legitimate prefix My infix may be pretence And is a prefix of my suffix My suffix can be performed It may relate to moving I relate two or more entities; Objects or even the living


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I think these words are rap + saint double + heir percent + fool wheel + honey crystal + boy location + call Don't know


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I believe you can complete the sequence with: Why? The title refers to:


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I think it is: One of them can change the mood One of them can decide One of them can make it bright The other is a dilemma Word ladder:


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Another possibility: The burgers are:


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Taking a shot at this My prefix is unique My infix is forceful My suffix is frankly conclusive


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I'm guessing: I note that March 19 is And (clutching at straws)


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I think the answer is: March 19 was a Thursday, et en Francais (France) c'est "Jeudi": The first character and the last character are the same. Jumanji is a also video game, which means that you can play it.


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Again, not an answer, but I wonder...... I can’t link the other clues though.


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I believe the chef's choice is


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Not really an answer (yet), but to get some storms started in anyone's brains: Could it be that and yield an answer connected to


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I think you are J dwelling multitude stone canvas diffusion


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This could be My prefix is delay My infix means old My suffix can’t be seen


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Obsolete as the question has been changed The answer is Because


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With two, I flow With three, I’m one With four, I move With five, I’m none


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Could the burger perhaps be In that If so, perhaps the world needs to be this second Penta-decker Vowelburger™ as prudent recourse to the first one.


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I think the answer may be remove money god rose No.26 This might fit with the first Penta-decker Vowelburger, since A pedantic note: Feedback section: this one was relatively quick and easy to solve, mostly because of the final clue. The number 26 is naturally going to bring one thing to mind, and (assuming we're OK with the pedantic note above) ...


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Could it maybe be My prefix is unique My infix is forceful My suffix is frankly conclusive Yet, as a whole, I can be awakening I’m not 100% sure if this is right, and I feel this answer might be a bit too short of a word but is this the answer you’re looking for?


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The answer is passage 8 poetry 7 guide 9 indirect 7 rural 6 Feedback section: the method of solution wasn't very clear until after the hints. At first I'd assumed we'd be looking for three-letter words each time, so I didn't get anywhere solving this. It was clear that part of the puzzle would be to figure out why there's a number together with each ...


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I believe you are a: If you remove a letter from me, I'll become a Giant. Replace that and remove another letter, I'll enlighten you. Replace again and remove 2 letters, I'll be your buddy! Replace again and remove 3 letters, now I'll be alright! As for the title:


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Credit to VirtualValentin for his comment inspiring me to find the answer. The body part is: 4 letter anagrams: 5 letter anagrams: The word itself is an anagram of:


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According to Qat, here are the longest words with a single vowel: giving a score of These words are all in M-W; this is likely optimal. (Because of English syllable restrictions, it is very unlikely that including two vowels in the same word will increase the total number of letters you can get.)


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41 letters: If the sentence really doesn't have to make any kind of sense, then we can just to get 45 letters: With some help from this list as well as our friends at English SE.


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