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Same word fills all the blanks
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Technically R Dye has got the answer. My answer (as Rubio pointed out) has 4 difffernt word versions Of course R Dye deserves credit.

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Explain this bad parking job
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This happened to me in a commuter parking lot in New England in January.

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When you take away two
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My guess is based on @Quantum Twinkie's answer. There are many Roman Numeral paths, for example:

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I'm a really tiny critter. Come close
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It is an interesting word A 7 letter word A fun word if you ask me.

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United States Towns/States Traversing by Name Puzzle
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It so happens that There is a town named " Greenville" in every state in the US. So you can go to each Greenville

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Staying safe and secure
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Is it The word implies indestructible. Cannot pass through End an argument Wrong hands catastrophic See part of me everywhere Reverse is criminals or crowd

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We use this everyday without noticing, but we hate it when we feel it
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The answer is We use it everyday Any activities like exercise or typing puzzles will create some of it We hate to feel

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Pattern recognition problem having figures
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There are 2 other ways to look at the bulbs First the three bulbs in the last row could actually be 14+14+14=42 since each one is 10 plus the lines at the top. This gives 387 as the answer Secondly ...

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Five minutes puzzle: Multiway switches
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With Lateral Thinking I can do this by That works for me. :)

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I am not falling, what am I with zero?
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Is it

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My prefix wants its lawyer, My suffix is earning fast!
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Is it

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Why are the tires flat on one side?
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Several optical things can result in this illusion. First, most roads are slightly elevated in the middle so the driver side (in US for example) is slightly elevated Secondly, windshields are ...

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Fill in the missing countries
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The answer is mostly given in various comments so I will simply confirm it as follows:

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What number is missing in the pentagon?
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The answer is

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Higher education runs on me, A noun or a verb I can be, With my first letter gone, I’m a fit, on and on
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Is the word Higher Education runs on It is a noun as well as a verb With my 1st letter gone I am a fit, on and on

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Mensa pattern recognition task - find the odd one out among 5 pictures of crosshatched lines
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There are several ways one of the pattern differs from others. One for example If you count ALL vertical and horizontal lines A = 11 B = 9 C = 12 D = 9 E = 12 From this ...

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I Can Stand, But I Don't Have Legs
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I am not sure this is the right answer but it seems to fit most clues

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The Legend of Four
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Since the OP asks for any number, we can extend the definition to constant numbers like pi or e (Euler's Constant) Both these cannot be counted (till infinity??) So technically they do not ...

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This word is a name. Also a Surname
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I am just going to post my answer because more hints will give it away anyway. The answer is Marshall both a name and surname Starts with a place MARS or MARSH and ends with a place HALL ...

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Independent Triangles with Straight Lines
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with 7 lines could be same as the previous answer

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Drawing a perfect circle without any tools
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Eleven answers already! A record perhaps? Here is my off base answer. I tried. Looked like a circle I took a ball point pen and a thick paper. Just put the pen perpandicular to the paper and pressed ...

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Longest word with no adjacent or repeated letters
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Probably many 8 letter ones like Megabuck Combated If I understand it correctly

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The answer to this puzzle is a three letter word
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Four different rows Second row Third row Fourth row Combining

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How did the prisoner escape from the police car?
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The simplest answer One of the back window was left open by mistake. So the prisoner escaped

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Who killed Professor Thomas Eyebright, and why?
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I am building on Brandon_J answer Why

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What flies when it's born, lies while it's alive, and runs when it's dead?
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Using similar thinking as some of the other answers, It can be

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What is the right number to replace and why?
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Since the OP does not call for "no partial answers", here is answer to the top because

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What are these words or phrases?
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The intended answers for 3 and 4 were given by @hexomino. The intended answers for 1 and 2

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A challenge to make 1 - 100
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With the comment "And others you can think of."

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With zero I propel
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Is it

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