Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
What was the subject of the majority of the published works of Augustinian friar, Gregor Mendel, whose..................
In October 2009, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the 2016 Summer Olympics from 5....................
What fictional newspaper was edited by Perry White?
Lavalava is a word common in the South Pacific. What does it mean?
If the map of South America were thought of as a human head viewed in profile, facing to its left, what could...........
What was the nickname for a 1913 British Act of Parliament that enabled suffragettes on hunger strike to be.............
On 1 July 1967, what was the first official colour broadcast transmitted on television in the UK?
In 2006 Monty Panesar became the first person of what religion to play test cricket for England?
Where are more than half of the known mud volcanoes found?
Coma into comma.
Coma to comma
comma also means (other than punctuation mark)
Anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing
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I am a fruit.
Change one letter and I am a long narrow line.
Change another letter and I am dry weather.
Change a further letter and I am a domestic appliance.
Change one final letter and I am thin metal.
What was I and what did I become?
Each of the following clues describes two words. One of the words is a type of fruit. The other word is that fruit with one of the following changes: a letter added anywhere (apple applet), a letter deleted anywhere (orange range), or a letter changed anywhere (cheery cherry). There is no rearrangement of the other letters. No fruit is used more than once.
1) This is a devilish fruit.
2) This is a crippled fruit.
3) This is a happy fruit.
4) This is a criminal fruit.
5) This is a large fruit.
6) This is a tardy fruit.
7) This is a sullen fruit.
8) This is an up-to-date fruit.
9) This is a handkerchief worn by a fruit.
10) This is a popular dance among fruit.
11) This is a complaint by a fruit.
12) This is a weapon used by a fruit.
Change one letter in each of the following words, in order to find three (3) words with a common theme.
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