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    8.6 Light Years to the Nearest White Dwarf?

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    Yep. Go for it, Fram.

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    3 C have L P in S (C them A, C and T)

    note: perhaps "in" would better be replaced by "into", but I think it is clear enough as it stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fram
    3 C have L P in S (C them A, C and T)

    note: perhaps "in" would better be replaced by "into", but I think it is clear enough as it stands.
    3 Countries have Launched People in(to) Space (Calling them Astronauts, Cosmonauts, and Taikonauts)


    If I'm right, I'm going to have to let somebody else go, as I'm going to be out of town all weekend...

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    I will take that honor of asking a question, if no one is against (I'm sure you're right)

    C has 10 P and 3 T

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    Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories.
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    Thanks for answering correctly and continuing, as I wasn't around to check. ToSeek, I think it's up to you now!

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    Yes, it's ToSeek's turn. (I knew that one was easy )

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    24 B B B in a P.
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    24 Baut Board Bannings in a Picosecond? No, ToSeek, even you and Wolverine aren't that quick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fram
    24 Baut Board Bannings in a Picosecond? No, ToSeek, even you and Wolverine aren't that quick
    No, and this one isn't thematically appropriate to the forum, in any case. (That's a hint.)
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    HA!

    24 Black Birds Baked in a Pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance
    HA!

    24 Black Birds Baked in a Pie
    That's it! Your turn.
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    4 S and 7 Y A

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    4 Score and 7 Years Ago? That would be (2006 - 87 = ) 1919? No, can't think of anything extremely interesting, so that probably isn't what you're after...

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    Yup, that's it.

    Your turn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fram
    No, can't think of anything extremely interesting...
    There's always: The Great Molasses Flood of 1919

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    I'm better at this than I thought

    The 7 H of R

    Should be quite easy...

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    The 7 Hues of the Rainbow?

    Doesn't seem right but what the hey...

    Ack, there no "the" in there. Never mind.

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    No, that would only be Huey, Dewey and Joey (or something very similar) ;-)

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    Ah!

    The 7 hills of Rome
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    Yep! You're next, ToSeek.

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    This one is harder (I think), but appropriate:

    32 m p the h, l on A 11.
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    32 Minutes Past the Hour, launch|liftoff on Apollo 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance
    32 Minutes Past the Hour, launch|liftoff on Apollo 11
    Okay, maybe not so hard with us space geeks here. Your go. (And it's liftoff - direct quote from the NASA PAO or whoever.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToSeek
    Okay, maybe not so hard with us space geeks here.
    No, I actually had to work it out. The A 11 was easy but I had to do some Googling of facts before I got it.

    How about:

    11,900 B M as of T at 16:30 U T

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    11900 Baut members as of today at 16:30 Universal Time
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    Yup.

    Your turn.

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    Uhm, I'll make something up. Give me an hour or so .
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    555 to 840 S in the N A S A. (nice one )
    or
    555 to 840 S in the N A C A.

    I'll allow some minor creativity in the last part, as long as you have the general theme of the riddle.
    Last edited by Nicolas; 2006-Jan-31 at 08:10 PM.
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    Can we Google for help?

    555 to 840 Seats in the New Airbus Seating|Cabin Arraignment

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