Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
When art competitions were introduced into the Olympic Games, the categories were literature, painting, music...........
At the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, Canadian athlete Ian Millar competed in his last of how many Olympics?
What nickname was given to Mary Mallon, who infected a known 53 people working as a cook in New York and, in 1907.......
In cooking or butchery what parts of an animal are known as lights?
The Yangtze River is on where?
A "moog" was what type of instrument?
Where are the Shere Hills, a range of undulating hills and rock formations in western Africa?
In 1856, who invented the process whereby 5 tons of steel could be made in 30 minutes instead of in 50lb................
Pea aphids are generally wingless, but can develop wings in what conditions?
By changing only one letter turn the following words into words with a mathematical meaning:
CORE, AUDITION, ATTITUDE, ECLIPSE, SQUIRE, TIN, SEVER, FINE
CORE ==> CORD
AUDITION ==> ADDITION
ATTITUDE ==> ALTITUDE
ECLIPSE ==> ELLIPSE
SQUIRE ==> SQUARE
TIN ==> TAN, TON
SEVER ==> SEVEN
FINE ==> SINE.
Jaya wants to make some toast for her breakfast. Unfortunately, her toaster is broken.
Can you turn bread into toast by changing one letter at a time?
Each step must create a valid word in english language.
Jaya made the change in 7 steps.
Can you do as well or better?
Use my clues to form 6 letter words.
Subsequent words are formed by changing just one letter. No jumbling.
Here are my clues.
1. Medal for 2nd place
2. One who finds the solution to my posts
3. Alloy used in electrical circuits
4. Something to file away
5. More affectionate
6. Have a feeling of curiosity
7. Move about without a destination
8. More pale
9. Ironically, one who forbids the use of flags
10. Prohibited or barred
11. Pounded as on door
12. Plugged with cork
13. A thick elasticized cord
14. Perform or work clumsily
15. Dense tropical vegetation
16. Sound of Santa's bells
17. Cause a prickly stinging sensation
18. Slight sharp metallic sound
Add one letter to each word below - anywhere in the word - so that each numbered pair becomes two words of opposite meaning. For example, adding P and L to PLUM and SENDER would result in PLUMP and SLENDER.
Change one letter in each of the following words, in order to find three (3) words with a common theme.
Your task here is to change one letter in each of the following words, in order to find six (6) words with a common theme.
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