Napoleon of Puzzling
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A new nation joined the Olympic Games
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This seems very correct. Hope the reasons I gave are correct too. These are One of their athletes won the gold at every race event While another won the hearts of the spectators One tried ...

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One More Twin Puzzle: Four Days Difference?
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16 votes

This was easy - What probably happened was What you did was Here's a calendar to make this easier -

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A perplexing pizza from a long lost friend
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6 votes

Some thoughts..... If you take the numerical values of the letters (A = 1, B = 2)from the number of pepperoni slices per part (from 11 o’clock) you get Taking @Lolgast’s answer too (please upvote ...

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Hidden message #2
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6 votes

This is a very partial answer. I used brute force to get this. Just hope it’s correct. I think the answer is When you decipher the pigpen, you get Then you do rot-22 (equivalent to taking each ...

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Solve the letter values
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Well, since @Rand al’Thor has told me that it won’t harm me, here’s my answer. First, let’s simplify this - 1 2 3 4 5 D C A H 21 6 B J F D 18 7 F G H B 23 8 C ...

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You Won't Find 13
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The answer is a That is because

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Which city is this?
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Not sure of this answer - Could the city be Two watchers on two sides of a creek They are jailing a big dark lake Three hooks seal the ancient mouth Keep the east in west and north in south

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Academic Degree dilemma
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2 votes

The answer is This is because it’s full form is

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Finding pattern of numbers
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3+1 = 10 is what’s given. So 8+2 = 23. So 10 = 23. 5+2 = 21. So 7 = 21. Therefore, This seems quite improbable but well who knows?

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Why do people call Rama's family poor?
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This could be stupid but - They call him poor because-

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A word pronounced like letters
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I’m not sure if this strictly counts as a word, but there’s a poem with it and it comes many times in Wodehouse. Which can be pronounced (probably) as

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