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What is that which is full of holes and yet holds water?

A word of one syllable, easy and short, read backward and forward the same, expresses the sentiments warm from the heart, and to beauty lays principal claim.

What's that in the Fire, and not in the Flame? What's that in the Master, and not in the Dame? What's that in the Courtier, and not in the Clown? What's that in the Country, and not in the Town?

A motor car is three times as old as its tires were when it was as old as the tires are now. When its tires are as old as the car is now, the car will be a year older than the tires are now. What are the present ages of car and tires?

Why are dudes no longer imported into this country from England?

Can a leopard change his spots?

(Blank) (Blank) strange bedfellows.

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