Strawberry
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I've hidden a question and the answer below - Where are they?
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Well, everyone knows that.

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Historical figure sudoku
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Not sure how to format - looks good in edit view...

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Sophie's Puzzle
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What is the favorite time of day for Canadians?
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Canadians reputedly say 'eh' a lot, which on an old digital clock (or my casio calculator) looks like 43 upside-down. At the risk of generalising, they also like to say two-four.

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Ts! It's itsy-bitsy limericks time!
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Limerick 4:

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English is so confusing! Can one word have two opposite meanings?
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Or perhaps the foreman employed an American workforce one day and a British workforce the next. The Americans heard his command, waited a few seconds, and then began work. The next day, the Brits ...

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Remove last letter 4 times, get a real word each time, starting word is a car model
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Get from AXLE to TIZZ
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Here's one way... and for those who don't want to see the spoiler it's less than 17 words Incidentally, I think it's more interesting to go from BLACK to WHITE, say (and in far fewer moves - say 7 or ...

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Why will my friend have to grow his beard out?
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Can you identify me?
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Winning Strategy for the Magician and his Apprentice
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The apprentice arranges the cups such the balls are amongst the first four cups closest to the doorway. The apprentice allows the magician to enter the room. The apprentice says, 'Come in and pick ...

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Moons and messages
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It almost feels like an anagram of but there's too many blanks in the data set to be sure. Still, right number of letters though.

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Building a Square out of a rope
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I'm not sure how easy this would be to do blindfolded - but here's my thought - and it requires some fore-knowledge (or at least some arithmetic) A square of sides 2.5 units has a hypotenuse of ...

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Anagrams: From Cheese to Sneeze
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Apparently timelotem (an anagram of mimolette) is an antipsychotic drug.

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Six doors, two are survivable, your pick
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A Child of the Atomic Age
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So, I'm gonna go with Well, chiefly because of this: http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/24/11759864/water-droplet-explosion-laser-footage

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The know-it-all twins
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Wouldn't... ...do?

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You just need to reinterpret
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But really only because I watch over you

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