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Riddle:

A dagger thrust at my own heart, Dictates the way I'm swayed. Left I stand, and right I yield, To the twisting of the blade. What am I?

Answer:

A Lock.

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Riddle:

I am the tool, for inspiring many. Buy me in the store, for not much more than a penny. Don't overuse me, or my usefulness will go, what am I? Do you know?

Answer:

An inkpen.

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Riddle:

Weight in my belly, Trees on my back, Nails in my ribs, Feet I do lack. What am I?

Answer:

A ship.

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Riddle:

I am mother and father, but never birth or nurse. I'm rarely still, but I never wander.

What am I?

Answer:

I am a tree.

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Riddle:

My second is performed by my first, and, it is thought, a thief by the marks of my whole might be caught.

What am I?

Answer:

A Footstep.

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Riddle:

I'm blue at day and black at night; I do contain some creatures born and died. What am I?

Answer:

Sea water.

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Riddle:

I'm done to boats, to cargo, to loads;

When indoors I'm, in a way, a narrow road.

What am I?

Answer:

Haul / Hall

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Riddle:

You use me for my name, I'm not a breeze to tame, I'm fastest when I'm full and when it's cheap it sounds the same. You'll spot a nest near me (although I'm not a tree), the sea is fore, the sea is aft, it's all around, you see.  What am I?

Answer:

A sail.

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Riddle:

I build up castles. I tear down mountains. I make some men blind, I help others to see. What am I?

Answer:

Sand.

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Riddle:

Adored by few, Feared and hated by many. Mistress of the entire universal reason, Master in the art of numbers. Some may have solved many of your mysteries, But there still much of them to find. What are they?

Answer:

Mathematics.

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