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1051. If you multiply 2 by itself a thousand times, what will you get?

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1052. Change the first letter of each pair of words to form a new word.  Place the letter, the same for each pair, on the blank line in the middle.  When you finish, you will have a new word reading down.

TAIL ______ RANK
ONTO ______ AS
MINK ______ POST
RING _______ HILL

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1053. Rearrange these letters to give the title of a classic 19th century novel:

EXOTIC AGE PATTERNS

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1054. In one particular high school band in a certain school, 1/2 of the players are in 9th grade; 1/6 are in 10th grade; 1/12 are in 11th grade.  The 12th graders number 15.  How many players are in this band?

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1055. Find the word that fits the first definition, then add a "C" in front of it to make a new word that matches the second definition.
Place a "C" in front of a type of jump and get a cut of meat.
Place a "C" in front of what usually covers a head and get a piece of furniture.

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1056. If you added together the number of 2's in each of the following sets of numbers, which set would contain the most 2's: 1-333, 334-666, or 667-999?

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1057. Complete the eight words using each letter of the alphabet once and once only.

_ A _ E R I _ _
_U _ _ _ E
_ I _ _ E
_ _ L _ E R
_ I _ _
_ _ A P
B R _ _ _ N
_ O L _ _ A _

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1058. In Puzzleland's silly grocery store down the block, the proprietor has decided to price his produce a certain way.  A daffodil (he sells flowers too) is worth 10; a carrot is worth 8; a peach is worth 5; a zucchini is worth 10.  What is a plum worth?

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1059. Five times four twenty, plus two, equals twenty-three.  Is this a possibility?

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1060. A doctor and a bus driver are both in love with the same woman, an attractive girl named Sarah.  The bus driver had to go on a long bus trip that would last a week.  Before he left, he gave Sarah seven apples.  Why?

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1061. What four related words are merged here:

SWAS PURI UINM NTTU MGER MNER<

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1062. Divide 110 into two parts so that one will be 150 percent of the other. What are the 2 numbers?

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1063. You have stealthily raided your small child's piggy bank.  You feel guilty as you count the money.  You have the same number of dimes and quarters, totaling exactly $2.45.  When you put it back, how many of each coin will you have to replace?

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1064. While Jenn was out walking one day with her husband, Louis, she met Christopher, who was her only sister's mother-in-law's only son's grandfather-in-law.  What was his relationship to Jenn and Louis?

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1065. Each of the following jumbled words has had at least three of the same letter removed from it, a different letter from each word.  Find the missing letters to reconstruct the words.

YTHLNM         AEEHNRU          DEINNOI

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