Chris Cudmore
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Traversing Africa: A Cryptic Journey
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Partial: I'm not really playing here, just adding a few.

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Is This Gonna Be Another Rebus?
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1. 2. ??? 3.

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Twisted Vivaldi
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Number 2 Which fits the first 3 lines.

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A Literary Build Puzzle
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2

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What am I? Not tricky
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Can you solve the following equation by moving exactly 3 matchsticks?
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I can do it in 4.

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A tyoi rebus chalenge
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I believe that the answer is

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Sorting 6 boxes by selecting 3 boxes each time
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I used the Quicksort idea: Preliminary Simple Case: Less Simple Case: Simply sort the "fat" side of the pivot. If P is E, then similarly sort ABCD.

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Sixty melons puzzle
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However, he only had 30 of the cheaper melons, so he could only make 10 groups containing 3 of the cheaper. So 10 groups of (3, 2) uses 30 cheap, and 20 expensive, leaving two groups of (0,5). These ...

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Steganographic Maze of Ciphers, Riddles and Rhyme!
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The solution to the first cipher is: because

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The king and his daughter!
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Who comprise this duo?
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The Voice

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That hat at that head
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A can't guess the color of his hat. If he had seen 3 white, he would have known he's black, similarly, had he seen 2 black, he would have known he's white. Therefore, he is seeing 2 white and 1 ...

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The number that counts
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My guess: Because it is

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All odd numbers from 51 to 5001 are written
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Alternate answer.

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Arabia and the Middle Ages
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Got them all but 19A. SOMEONE FIX MY SPOILERS! ACROSS ! 1. Kind of direct language; used in the Middle Ages (8) FRANKISH dd 8. Stadiums are small beyond the limits of NBA (6) ARE_NA_S 9. A ...

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Metacryptic Puzzle (Part 1)
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2.

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Lazy Larry and the Poll Homework
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The middle bucket spans two hours, while the rest span one. Seeing as the fat bucket is near the center of what appears to be a normal ish distribution, one would expect it to be closer to the sum of ...

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I'm thinking of a name
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Partial answer: I'm seen in Autumn - though I finish later Split and I could be an agreement from a Vater I'm 5/12 in a calendar Split again and I'm a different nickname with a preposition

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