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3 minutes ago, FairTmiddlin said:

Alphabet

Start from Z you would have A left.

As you didn't say remove letters from the word

Sorry, wrong answer. OK let me clear this up.

Start with an 8 letter word, remove one letter to make a new 7 letter word, remove one letter from the new word to make a new 6 letter word and so on until you have a 1 letter word.

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2 hours ago, FairTmiddlin said:

OK Question

Can you make three separate words from ACCEPT ? Only using the letters once.

 

If you have to use all the letters, no.

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3 hours ago, FairTmiddlin said:

OK Question

Can you make three separate words from ACCEPT ? Only using the letters once.

 

No I Cant

3 words

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19 hours ago, FairTmiddlin said:

OK Question

Can you make three separate words from ACCEPT ? Only using the letters once.

 

Quite easy actually

AC = Actium

CE = Cerium

PT = Platinum

Well it does if you know your periodic table

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I advise you to put your helmet on AND hide behind the sofa for that one FTM, I think there may be some who will suggest that chemical symbols are not in fact words, and that the answer might go down like a PB balloon.

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1 hour ago, MauriceMynah said:

I advise you to put your helmet on AND hide behind the sofa for that one FTM, I think there may be some who will suggest that chemical symbols are not in fact words, and that the answer might go down like a PB balloon.

PB balloon :default_icon_clap:

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circle = 2 inside and outside

cars wheels, too many, 4  + spare, plus steering wheel, flywheel, then the wheels for the belt tensioners, probably every different make of car is different.

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2 minutes ago, grendel said:

circle = 2 inside and outside

cars wheels, too many, 4  + spare, plus steering wheel, flywheel, then the wheels for the belt tensioners, probably every different make of car is different.

Ok, both obviously far to easy.

Correct.

Stop at six as you are over thinking it now! :default_biggrin:

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4 hours ago, OldBerkshireBoy said:

Ok, both obviously far to easy.

Correct.

Stop at six as you are over thinking it now! :default_biggrin:

Well i make it 7

4 road wheels with tyres

I spare wheel And tyre

1 Steering wheel

1 Flywheel

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