Riddle:

Which of the seven dwarfs never speaks?

Dopey.

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A store has on sale a computer and word processor small enough to fit in your pocket. It can add, multiply, subtract, divide, and write in all languages. A delete device will correct any error. No electricity is required to operate it. The price? Only a few cents! How can the store make a profit by selling it so cheap?

The computer is a wooden pencil with an eraser!

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What is the value of 1/2 of 2/3 of 3/4 of 4/5 of 5/6 of 6/7 of 7/8 of 8/9 of 9/10 of 1,000?

One hundred - work backwards and you will understand.

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What have these words in common?

ASPIRATED  GRANGERS  PRELATES  SWINGERS  CHASTENS

All can be diminished by one letter (from begining and end alternately) forming a new word each time.

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A train just leaves a station and enters a tunnel. Where is the best place for a claustrophobic person to sit?

In the back. See, the train is still accelerating as it is leaving the station so the train will be moving faster when the back of the train enters the tunnel.

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A man sails off on a cruise between Mexico and the USA. He does not stop at any ports and does not even come out of the cabin, yet he makes \$300,000 from his trip.

How?

He's a smuggler.

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If you toss a die and it comes up with the number one 9 times in a row, what is the probability that it will come up with one on the next throw?

One in six. A die has no memory of what it last showed.

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The body of a woman is found in bed. Tere are no signs of violence and no marks of any kind on her body. The only evidence is a pair of scissors lying next to her.

How did she die?

She had drowned. The women was found on a waterbed that had been punctured by scissors while she was slept.

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Can you Form a word from the letters? A  B  C  D  E F  G  I.  (note; the word is hyphenated)

Big-Faced.

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Why is your eye like a boy being whipped?

It is under the lash.

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Spell "enemy" in three letters.

F O E

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Name three things that?

1. Are red

2. Can swim

3. Give off heat

1. Apples, Roses, Stop Signs

2. Fish, Dogs, Snakes

3. Sun, Fire, Your body

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If you have three oranges and you take away two, how many will you have?

the answer is 2 two you take 2.... (you have 2)

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A dog had three puppies, named Mopsy, Topsy and Spot. What was the mothers name?

What

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In the back yard, there is a hollow stump, that contains six ears of corn. If a healthy squirrel carries out only three ears each day, how many days will it take to empty the stump?

Six. Each day the squirrel will carry out the two ears on his head plus one ear of corn.

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Which is the largest room in the world?

The room for improvement.

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If seven cats kill seven rats in 7 minutes, how many would be needed to kill one hundred rats in 50 minutes?

14.

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A person gets up 180 times every night and sleeps for at least 7 hours at a time.  Where does the person live?

At the North or South Pole.

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Name the first three presidents to live in the white house?

Jefferson

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When is the best time to have lunch?

after breakfast

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Can you list 15 items that are sold in pairs?

1. Shoes

2. Gloves

3. Socks

4. Ice Skates

5. Skis

6. Shoe laces

7. Earrings

8. Ear plugs

9. Dice

10. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Candy

11. Speakers

12. Dumb Bells

13. Chop sticks

13. Drum sticks

15. Fake eyelashes

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It has rib bones and back bones. It swallows human beings whole, then spits them out alive. What is it?

A house.

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How can you hold a piece of string, one end in each hand, and tie a knot in the string with out letting go of either end?

Cross your arms before you seize the ends of the string. Uncross your arms and it will tie a knot!

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What is the difference between a dollar and a half and thirty five-cents?

Nothing. A dollar and a half is the same as thirty five-cents (nickels). But not the same as thirty-five cents.

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A sign on the barber's door says "I shave only those who do not shave themselves". Does the barber shave himself?

There is no answer; it's a paradox. It cannot be made to work.

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Dreaming of apples on a wall. And dreaming often, dear. I dreamed that, if I counted all, How many would appear?

How many?

And dreaming of ten, dear.

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Holding two long poles, five fellows Chase a herd of white buffalo into a cave.

Eating rice with a pair of chopsticks.

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My first is often at the front door. My second is found in the cereal family. My third is what most people want. My whole is one of the United States. What am I?

MATRIMONY (mat rye money). Which is certainly a "united state"!

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A man walking along a railraod track sees a train thundering at high speed towards him. Instead of immediately jumpimg off the track, he charges directly at the train for about ten feet and only then gets off the track.

Why?

The man was on a bridge when he first saw the train so he couldn't jump off the track immediately.

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You are standing in front of a room with one lightbulb inside of it. You cannot see if it is on or off. Outside the room there are 3 switches in the off positions. You may turn the switches any way you want to. You stop turning the switches, enter the room and know which switch controls the lightbulb. How?

You turn 2 switches "on" and leave 1 switch "off" and wait about a minute. Then enter the room, but just before you enter, turn one switch from "on" to "off". Once in the room, feel the lightbulb - if it is warm, but off, it has to be the last switch you turned off. If it is on, it has to be the switch left on. If it is cold and is off, it has to be the switch you left in the off position.

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A horse travels a certain distance each day. Strangely enough, two of its legs travel 30 miles each day and the other two legs travel nearly 31 miles. It would seem that two of the horse's legs must be one mile ahead of the other two legs, but of course this can't be true, since the horse is normal. How is this possible?

The horse operates a mill and travels in a circular clockwise direction. The two outside legs will travel a greater distance than the two inside legs.

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A book costs \$1 plus half its price. How much does it cost?

\$2

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Where is there is no south, west, nor east, and weather not fit for man or beast

The South Pole

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As a whole, I am both safe and secure. Behead me, and I become a place of meeting. Behead me again, and I am the partner of ready. Restore me, and I become the domain of beasts.

What am I?

Stable.

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Our dinner guests cry that we are evil, when they notice their place in the meal. But its no big deal why; we are just one big happy tribe! And we get reall fed up with people!

Who, What or Are we?

Cannibals!

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Suppose you want to send in the mail a valuable object to a friend. You have a box which is big enough to hold the object. The box has a locking ring which is large enough to have a lock attached and you have several locks with keys. However, your friend does not have the key to any lock that you have. You cannot send the key in an unlocked box since it may be stolen or copied. How do you send the valuable object, locked, to your friend - so it may be opened by your friend?

Send the box with a lock attached and locked. Your friend attaches his or her own lock and sends the box back to you. You remove your lock and send it back to your friend. Your friend may then remove the lock she or he put on and open the box.

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Pregnant every time you see her, yet she never will give birth. What is it?

Full Moon

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Julie is going on an extended trip for three weeks. She lives in a remote area where there are frequent electrical power outages which can last up to three or four days. Julie has quite a bit of food in her freezer which would go bad if it thawed and then re-froze. She does have digital clock and a VCR which would flash 12:00 if the power went out. Unfortunately the clock and VCR flash even if the power only goes out for a few seconds. What can Julie do so that when she returns home she will be able to determine whether the power was out long enough to thaw her food? Asking a neighbor whether the power was out, isn't a reliable option because the nearest house is half a mile away, and one house may have power, while another house may have no power. She won?t be able to have a neighbor check on her house every day, and has no one to house sit.

One thing Julie could do is freeze a tray of ice-cubes, and turn the tray of ice upside down in her freezer. When she comes home, she should check the tray. If the ice cubes are still in the tray, the food is safe to eat. If the trays are empty, it's time to clean out the freezer. She will have to make a judgment call if the ice-cubes are only slightly thawed.

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Three pirates, One Eye, Long John, and Peg Leg, were gambling with pieces of gold. All the winnings were piled up on the table.  One Eye said, 'I have won 1/2' and took a large handful or two. Long John said, 'I have won 1/3' and took a handful. Peg Leg said, ' I have won 1/6' and took a small handful.  One Eye said, ' I have taken too much' and returned a half. Long John said, 'I have taken too much' and returned a third. Peg Leg said, 'I have taken too much and returned a sixth.  The money on the table was then shared out equally and they had 42 pieces each.  One Eye said, 'I have now 1/2 of the total originally.' Long John said, ' I now have 1/3 of the originally.'  Peg Leg said, 'I have now 1/6 of the originally.'

How much was on the table originally?

282 Pieces.

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Of no use to one Yet absolute bliss to two. The small boy gets it for nothing. The young man has to lie for it. The old man has to buy it. The baby's right, The lover's privilege, The hypocrite's mask. To the young girl, faith; To the married woman, hope; To the old maid, charity. What am I?

A Kiss.

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What is that which goes with a carriage, comes with a carriage, is of no use to a carriage, and yet the carriage cannot go without it. What is it?

Noise.

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What word starting with BR, that with the addition of the letter E, becomes another word that sounds the same as the first?

Braking becomes Breaking.

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Who spends the day at the window, goes to the table for meals and hides at night?

A fly.

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In yon vast field of cultivated space, I there am found with members of my race; Decapitate me - if you've no objection - You then will find what brings me to perfection; Take one more cut, and then you'll plainly see What Iam destined, day by day, to be. What am I?

WHEAT
HEAT
EAT

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I can come in a can,

I can come as a punch,

I can come as a win,

You can eat me for lunch.

What am I?

Beet/Beat

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A student zips on his scooter to ride to the train station to get to college. His home is close to two stops; the first one is a mile from home, and the second is two miles from home in the opposite direction. In the morning, he always gets on at the first stop and in the afternoon, he always gets off at the second one.

Why?

The sations and his home are on a hill, which allows him to ride down easily on his scooter.

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There where 5 men travling down a road and it started to rain and 4 men sped up, the 5th did not, but they all arived at the same place at the same time but all of them were wet besides the 5th

how?

he was dead. in a coffin

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There were five men going to church and it started to rain. The four that ran got wet and the one that stood still stayed dry. How did the one stay dry?

It was a body in a coffin with the bearers.

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Some say we are red, some say we are green. Some play us, some spray us.

What are we?

Pepper.

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Rearrange all the letters in each of the sentences to form, in each case, a well known proverb.

1. I don't admit women are faint.

2. It rocks. The broad flag of the free.

3. Strong lion's share almost gone.

1. Time and tide wait for no man.

2. Birds of a feather flock together.

3. A rolling sone gathers no moss.

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The king dies and two men, the true heir and an impostor, both claim to be his long-lost son. Both fit the description of the rightful heir: about the right age, height, coloring and general appearance. Finally, one of the elders proposes a test to identify the true heir. One man agrees to the test while the other flatly re-fuses. The one who agreed is immediately sent on his way, and the one who re-fused is correctly identified as the rightful heir. Can you figure out why?

The test was a blood test. The elder remembered that the true prince was a hemophiliac.

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A boy presses a side of a blue pencil to a side of a yellow pencil, holding both pencils vertically. One inch of the pressed side of the blue pencil, measuring from its lower end, is smeared with paint. The yellow pencil is held steady while the boy slides the blue pencil down 1 inch, continueing to press it against the yellow one. He returns the blue pencil to its former position, then again it slides down 1 inch. He continues until he has lowered the blue pencil 5 times and raised it 5 times- 10 moves in all.

Supposed that during this time the paint neither dries nor diminishes in quantity. How many inches of each pencil will be sneared with paint after the tenth move?

At the start, 1inch of the yellow pencil gets smeared with wet paint. As the blue pencil is moved downward, a second inch of the blue pencils smears a second inch of the yellow pencil.

Each pair of down and up movesof the blue pencil smears 1 more inch of each pencil. 5 pairs of moves will smear 5 inches. This together with the initial inch, makes 6 inches for each pencil.

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My first is often at the front door. My second is found in the cereal family. My third is what most people want. My whole is one of the United States.

Matrimoney. (mat + rye + money). Matrimony is certainly a "united state"!

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0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Use the digits above once each only to compose two fractions which when added togeather equal 1.

35/70 + 148/296 = 1

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A mother has three sick children. She has a 24-ounce bottle of medicine and needs to give each child eight ounces of the medicine. She is unable to get to the store and has only three clean containers, which measure 5, 11 and 13 ounces. The electricity is out and she has no way of heating water to wash the containers and doesn't want to spread germs. How can she divide the medicine to give each child an equal portion without having any two children drink from the same container?

Fill the 5 oz. and 11 oz. Containers from the 24 oz. container. This leaves 8 oz. in the 24 oz. bottle. Next empty the 11 oz. bottle by pouring the contents into the 13 oz. bottle. Fill the 13 oz. bottle from the 5 oz. container (with 2 oz.) and put the remaining 3 oz. in the 11 oz. bottle. This leaves the 5 oz. container empty. Now pour 5 oz. from the 13 oz. bottle into the 5 oz. bottle leaving 8 oz. in the 13 oz. bottle. Finally pour the 5 oz. bottle contents into the 11 oz. bottle giving 8 oz. in this container.

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You are given a set of scales and 12 marbles. The scales are of the old balance variety. That is, a small dish hangs from each end of a rod that is balanced in the middle. The device enables you to conclude either that the contents of the dishes weight the same or that the dish that falls lower has heavier contents than the other. The 12 marbles appear to be identical. In fact, 11 of them are identical, and one is of a different weight. Your task is to identify the unusual marble and discard it. You are allowed to use the scales three times if you wish, but no more. Note that the unusual marble may be heavier or lighter than the others. You are asked to both identify it and determine whether it is heavy or light

Most people seem to think that the thing to do is weight six coins against six coins, but if you think about it, this would yield you no information concerning the whereabouts of the only different coin. As we already know that one side will be heavier than the other. So that the following plan can be followed, let us number the coins from 1 to 12. For the first weighing let us put on the left pan coins 1,2,3,4 and on the right pan coins 5,6,7,8. There are two possibilities. Either they balance, or they don't. If they balance, then the different coin is in the group 9,10,11,12. So for our second weighing we would put 1,2 in the left pan and 9,10 on the right. If these balance then the different coin is either 11 or 12. Weigh coin 1 against 11. If they balance, the different coin is number 12. If they do not balance, then 11 is the different coin. If 1,2 vs 9,10 do not balance, then the different coin is either 9 or 10. Again, weigh 1 against 9. If they balance, the different coin is number 10, otherwise it is number 9. That was the easy part. What if the first weighing 1,2,3,4 vs 5,6,7,8 does not balance? Then any one of these coins could be the different coin. Now, in order to proceed, we must keep track of which side is heavy for each of the following weighings. Suppose that 5,6,7,8 is the heavy side. We now weigh 1,5,6 against 2,7,8. If they balance, then the different coin is either 3 or 4. Weigh 4 against 9, a known good coin. If they balance then the different coin is 3, otherwise it is 4. Now, if 1,5,6 vs 2,7,8 does not balance, and 2,7,8 is the heavy side, then either 7 or 8 is a different, heavy coin, or 1 is a different, light coin. For the third weighing, weigh 7 against 8. Whichever side is heavy is the different coin. If they balance, then 1 is the different coin. Should the weighing of 1,5, 6 vs 2,7,8 show 1,5,6 to be the heavy side, then either 5 or 6 is a different heavy coin or 2 is a light different coin. Weigh 5 against 6. The heavier one is the different coin. If they balance, then 2 is a different light coin.

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Riddle:

You can use me to stop,

You take me to smoke;

Not only do I stop, But I am a stop,

And the result of pool's first stroke.

What am I?

Brake/ Break

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A great banquet was prepared for a Roman emperor and his courtiers. 22 Dormice, 40 Larks' Tongues, 30 Flamingos and 40 Roast Parrots were served.

How many portions of Boiled Ostrich were served?

42. Each vowel is worth 2 and each consonant 4, so Dormice gives 22, ect.

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It's always 1 to 6,
it's always 15 to 20,
it's always 5,
but it's never 21,
unless it's flying.

What is it?

The answer is: a dice. An explanation: "It's always 1 to 6": the numbers on the faces of the dice, "it's always 15 to 20": the sum of the exposed faces when the dice comes to rest after being thrown, "it's always 5": the number of exposed faces when the dice is at rest, "but it's never 21": the sum of the exposed faces is never 21 when the dice is at rest, "unless it's flying": the sum of all exposed faces when the dice is flying is 21 (1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6).

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The word FACETIOUSLY
contains the six vowels, A-E-I-O-U and Y,
in their alphabetical order.
Can you find another English word that does the same?

The word is abstemiously. There may be others.

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A boy leaves home in the morning to go to school. At the moment he leaves the house he looks at the clock in the mirror. The clock has no number indication and for this reason the boy makes a mistake in interpreting the time (mirror-image). Just assuming the clock must be out of order, the boy cycles to school, where he arrives after twenty minutes. At that moment the clock at school shows a time that is two and a half hours later than the time that the boy saw on the clock at home.

The difference between the real time and the time of the mirror image is two hours and ten minutes (two and a half hours, minus the twenty minutes of cycling). Therefore, the original time on the clock at home that morning could only have been five minutes past seven: The difference between these clocks is exactly 2 hours and ten minutes (note that also five minutes past one can be mirrored in a similar way, but this is not in the morning!). Conclusion: The boy reaches school at five minutes past seven plus twenty minutes of cycling, which is twenty-five minutes past seven!...

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A man goes to work at the same time each day and travels part of his journey facing forwards and the remainder facing backwards. When he returns at the end of his working day, he only faces forwards.

How can this be?

He works in the engine room of a liner! To get to work, he walks along the decks from his cabin facing forwards, and down the ladders between decks facing backwards.  However, when he finishes, he only needs to face forwards to climb the ladders again and walk along the deck back to his cabin.

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Riddle:

you are stuck in a house
you have four objects to use
you have a wooden chair,a ladder
a piano,and an axe.
The axe is rubber
What would you use to get out?? hint* you can't get out with breaking it
and you can only pick one object.

you use the piano KEYS!!!!!

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Two cars were involved in an accident in the center of town. The man who was driving a little green car, had overtaken a big black car. The driver had misjudged the distance between him and the on-coming traffic and had to swerve back in, causing the black car to swerve and crash into a shop window. When the occupants of the cars were examined everyone in the green car was okay, but in the black car was one dead man. However, the driver of the green car was not charged with manslaughter, why was this so?

The black car was a hearse and was on its way to a funeral.

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Two travellers spend from 12 o'clock to 6 o'clock walking along a level road, up a hill and back again. Their pace is 4 mph on the level, 3 mph uphill, and 6 mph downhill.

How far do they walk and at what time do they reach the top of the hill?

24 miles half past three.

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Three working women have different careers. If only one of statements 1, 2 and 3 are true, can you tell whether or not Mary is a nurse? 1. This statement is only true if statement 5 is false. 2. This statement is true if statements 4 or 5, or both 4 and 5 are true. 3. This statement is false only if both statements 6 and 1 are true. 4. Mary is a nurse 5. Karen is an artist. 6. Sarah is a photographer.

Mary is not a nurse. The way to solve this riddle, is to consider statements 4, 5, and 6 and create a chart of all possible true and false answers. Next, fill in the chart according to statements 1 through 3. You will discover that there is only one line where only one of statements one, two and three are true. Thus, it is determined that: Statement 4 and 5 are false and statement 6 is true.

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My first is high, My second damp, My whole a tie, A writer's cramp. What am I?