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The U.S. Presidents made some horrible political decisions.......Can you find their last names in these five sentences?

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The U.S. Presidents made some horrible political decisions. They decided to hide from the mob coming after them by hiding in these five sentences. You are hired as a private sleuth to find each of them. Can you find their last names in these five sentences?

  1. Ice pops taste the best on hot afternoons.
  2. The weird dictator said that he would build magenta dams.
  3. The man told his mother that he wouldn't be home for dinner.
  4. I have to fill more of the holes our dog dug in the yard.
  5. I was going to take the bus home, but I missed it.
posted Dec 1, 2015 by Harshita Dhaliwal

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  1. William Howard Taft (hot afternoons)
  2. John Quincy Adams (magenta dams)
  3. Gerald Ford (for dinner)
  4. Millard Fillmore (fill more)
  5. George (H.)W. Bush (bus home)
answer Dec 11, 2015 by anonymous



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