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## The Tiger Snowman Riddle

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## What's Black And White And Red All Over Riddle

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## The Black Child Of A White Father Riddle

I am the black child of a white father, a wingless bird, flying even to the clouds of heaven. I give birth to tears of mourning in pupils that meet me, even though there is no cause for grief, and at once on my birth I am dissolved into air.

What am I?

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## The Bride In White Riddle

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## Turning A Snowblower To A Dishwasher Riddle

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## Three Rivers Riddle

There are three rivers and after each river lies a grave. A man wants to leave the same number of flowers at each grave and be left with none at the end. However, each time he passes through a river, the number of flowers he has doubles. How many flowers does he have to start with so that he is left with none at the end? And how many does he leave at each grave?

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This problem has an infinite number of solutions modeled by the equation 8a=7n, where a is the amount of flowers the man starts with and n is the number of flowers he leaves at each grave. The simplest and possibly trivial solution would be to start with 0 flowers and leave 0 flowers at each grave. A more significant solution would be to start with 7 flowers and leave 8 at each grave. Any positive integer multiple of this solution also satisfies the conditions. For example, the man starts with 14 flowers and leaves 16 at each grave; so, 14 doubles to 28, and 28-16= 12; 12 doubles to 24, and 24-16= 8; 8 doubles to 16, and 16-16= 0. The result is the same if the man starts with 21 flowers and leaves 24 flowers at each grave, or starts with 28 and leaves 32.

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## Snowman In July Riddle

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## Snow At My Summit Riddle

I am something people like to climb

But Im not a tree with branches

I have lots of snow at my summit

So beware of avalanches

But Im not a tree with branches

I have lots of snow at my summit

So beware of avalanches

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