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3 Jan Vadhayla 12 Jan Jevayla Ans Riddles To Solve

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3661 Seconds Past Midnight

Hint:
The time and date will be 01:01:01 on 01/01/01.
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Which Did They See Riddle

Hint:
The sun because it was the morning.
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Born In B.C. Riddle

Hint:
45 years old.

There is no year 0 so you can add 23 to 23 but you must subtract one to take year 0 out of consideration: 23 + 23 - 1 = 45 years old. In some cultures people are born 1 years old, in this case they would be 46 years old when they die.
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Calendar Girls Riddle

Hint:
"I have more dates than you do."
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Riding To Seattle Riddle

Hint:
Your Horse's Name is January 1st 1996!
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The Very First New Year

Hint:
Julius Caesar declared January 1 the start of the new year when he established the Julian Calendar. January was named for Janus, the two-faced god who looked both ahead to the new year and back to the previous year.
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Logs Aflame Riddle

Hint:
Fireplace
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You Answer Me

Hint:
A telephone.
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Asking Without Answering Riddle

Hint:
An owl!
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Needing An Answer Riddle

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A phone.
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