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Two musical states. (Abbreviation of two U.S. states)

What word is that which by having a single letter transposed becomes its own opposite?

What do men never wish to be in and yet labor hard to possess?

Often we are covered with wisdom and wit, and oft with a cloth where the dinner guests sit; In beauty around you and over your head, we are countless, though numbered when bound to be read.(What is being described?)

My first is a kind of butter; my second is a kind of licker; my whole is a kind of charger.(What’s the word? Each clue is a syllable!)

Why is coffee like an ax with a dull edge?

What is everyone doing at the same time?

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