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Read from the left, I shall be found a portion of all things that are; but change your hand and turn me 'round, I then am nothing but a snare.(What word fits the first clue, but when read backwards, fits the second?)

(Blank) before you (Blank).(What's the saying? Fill in the blanks!)

Old Dominion.(Name the U.S. state!)

I built my house upon my last. So sudden was its fall, and so surprisingly my first, it must have been my all.(What’s the word? Each clue is a syllable!)

My first is a color; my second is an agreeable exercise; my third is an article of clothing; my whole is a celebrated character.(What is the phrase? Here are clues to each word!)

Show the digits that, multiplied by seven, will give a result all ones.

Thirteen children dance in a ring holding hands. How many rings may they form without a child ever taking another child by the hand twice?

The Land of Enchantment.(Name the U.S. state!)

A shining body, a preposition, and an ancient city.(Use these clues to find the three words that, when combined, form the name of a flower.)

Which chef in the kitchen wears the largest hat?

A boy's nickname, a preposition, an article, and a part of a church.(Use these clues to find the four words that, when combined, form the name of a flower.)

Why does a person who is poorly lose his sense of touch?

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