This is needed both for courage and hardcover books.

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We are two brothers on opposite sides of the road, but we never see each other. Who are we?

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This both describes gorgeous woman and an excellent punch.

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I am a vegetable that bugs stay away from. What am I?

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I can travel from there to here by disappearing, and here to there by reappearing.

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When you stop and look, you can always see me. If you try to touch, you cannot feel me. I cannot move, but as you near me, I will move away from you.

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What is it that has a power socket on one end and a corkscrew on the other?

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You use lots of me, yet right you use me when you're done. What am I?

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What do we see every day, kings see rarely, and God never sees?

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A man walks out of a house that has four walls all facing north. A bird walks past him. What is it?

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The older this thing grows the more valued it becomes. It is always much better when its breathing is done.

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When it's dirty this should never be aired in public.

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I lose my head in the morning and regain back it at night. What am I?

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It is able to speak because it has a hard gone. You know what it is as soon as it has sung. What is it?

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I am so delicious that I require a house to contain me. What am I?

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This food is a tortilla filled with cheese and sometimes chicken before being heated or cooked.

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Hoofed frolicking.

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His eyes were raging, that scraggly beast.
His lips were bursting, with rows of angry teeth.
Upon his back a razor was found.
It was a fearsome battle we fought,
my life – or his, one would be bought.
And when we were through,
and death chilled the air,
we cut out his heart, and ate it with flair.

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Low on cash? Pick out items from this rack.

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What has a horn but does not work?

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I have a head, tail, but no arms and legs. What am I?

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What can be grown without sun or soil and can either provide nourishment or deliver poison?

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I am owned by Old McDonald. What am I?

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Maritime marauders.

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My life is measured in hours. I serve by being devoured. Thin, I am quick; Fat, I am slow. Wind is my foe. What am I?

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Two year-old children who throw tantrums get this nickname. So did the tsar "Ivan."

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What does a stone become when in the water?

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I am good at concealing what's real and hide what's true.
Sometime, I bring out the courage in you!
What am I?

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Strip the skin under my skin, and my flesh you'll reveal.
It tastes sweet and tart, now throw out the peel.
What is it?

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Use me to reward good behavior. What am I?

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I am not very commonly found! Only in some rainforest! I have an odd number of toes! I'm very lazy and hang upside down! What am I?

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Grows from the ground, bushes and grass, leaves of yellow, red and brow, unruly plants, get the axe, trim the hedge back down.

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I can be driven, but have no wheels. I can be sliced, but still remains whole. What am I?

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High born, my touch is gentle. Purest white is my lace. Silence is my kingdom. Green is the color of my death.

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Dragons are known to do this to their gold.

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I am easy to waste and unstoppable. What am I?

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I am a protector of the scoreboard. What am I?

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I go from house to house, a messenger small and tight.
Weather it rains or snows. I sleep outside at night.
What am I?

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Salty water everywhere but not sea in sight.

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A man says: "Brothers and sisters, have I none, but that man's father is my father's son." Who is he pointing at?

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Sauerkraut owes its existence to this head.

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The weapon of choice to create the biggest shock.

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I am enjoyed by some, despised by others. Some take me for granted, some treasure me like a gift. I last forever, unless you break me first. What am I?

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I've got a beautiful, beautiful hall all walled in red velvet, with all white armchairs made of bone, and in the middle a woman dances.

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I love to dance and twist and prance. I shake my tail, as away I sail. Wingless I fly into the sky.

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What is as big as you are and yet does not weight anything?

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

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If you are a man then your best friend will eat this for dinner.

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There is one in every corner and two in every room.

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Cycle Cycle Cycle.

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What can be seen but never found that only hides in the unwound?

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What do elves do after school?

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What turns from red to black as soon as it touches water?

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I have a hundred legs, but cannot stand. I have a long neck, but no head. I cannot see, and I help keep your house neat and tidy. What am I?

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This Chocolate baked good is a soft candy made from sugar, butter, and milk or cream.

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Timid or weak people are said to not have these.

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Die without me, never thank me. Walk right through me, never feel me. Always watching, never speaking. Always lurking, never seen.

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Two in a whole and four in a pair. Six in a trio you see. Eight's a quartet but what you must get is the name that fits just one of me. What am I?

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What rains at the north pole?

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I am the third from a sparkle bright,
I thrive throughout the day and night.
Deep in the path of a cows white drink.
I've had thousands of millions of years to think.
But one of my creatures is killing me.
And so the question I ask to thee,
is who am I?

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What you become during a workout?

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Up on high I wave away but not a word can I say.

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A tiny bead, like fragile glass, strung along a cord of grass.

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When filled I can point the way. But when empty unmoving I stay. What am I?

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His big belly supposedly has the ability to dispense good fortune.

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Plant whose name sounds like a dish full of dairy spread.

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What odd number becomes even when beheaded?

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I shoot but never kill. What am I?

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John Lennon sang about being this toothy creature.

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The artistic vandal's best friend.

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A setting that proved to be deadly for Abraham Lincoln.

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How much dirt is in a hole 4 feet deep and 2 feet wide?

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I am bigger than elephant but lighter than a feather. What am I?

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What is long, pink and wet and is rude to pull out in front of people?

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I have split the one into five.
I am the circle that few will spy.
I am the path that breaks and gives.
I am the bow no man may bend.

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Be sure to shout for its answers are weak, but there is no language it cannot speak.

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Neither bought nor sold but more valuable than gold. It is built but not by hand. What is it?

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I love to twist and dance. Though wingless, I fly high up into the sky. What am I?

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I eat as you turn me, my blade cutting wood.
When I am full, empty me you should.
What am I?

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I can generate fear
and some say I come out of your ears.
I am as quiet as a mouse
but not welcomed in the house. What am I?

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The itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot variety is quite popular.

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What is the center of gravity?

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A spent round or a slimy critter.

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The leaves are on the fruit, the fruit is on the leaves. What is it?

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A white field, and when it is plowed, its soil is black.

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What is higher without the head than with it?

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What fish came first?

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Sometimes I am liked, sometimes I am hated. Usually I am old, usually I am dated. What am I?

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I have a long tail that I let fly. Every time I go through a gap, I leave a bit of my tail in the trap. What am I?

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My first, though water, cures no thirst,
My next alone has soul,
And when he lives upon my first,
He then is called my whole.

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

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You can't live without doing this, and we all do it at the same time. Yet many wish it wasn't happening. What is it?

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What breaks without falling?

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What do you get when you cross a vampire and teacher?

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This baked dish consists of an open-topped pastry case with a savory or sweet filling.

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What is eaten by man, served among many, grown by many, and white as snow?

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This thing all things devours,
Birds, beasts, trees, and flowers.
Gnaws iron bites steel,
Grinds hard stones to meal,
Slays king, ruins town,
And beats high mountain down.

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It has no top or bottom, but it can hold flesh, bones, and blood all at the same time.

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I use electricity and I killed my father. I am a king. I have a lot of girlfriends, but I also have a wife. Who am I?

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What is always coming but never arrives?

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