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## Solving It Dies Every Day And Lives Every Year Riddles

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## New Years And Christmas Day Riddle

Hint:
In any given year Christmas Day and New Year's Day fall on different days of the week. Christmas occurs around 51 weeks later in the year than New Years Day. 1939 was no different.
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Solved: 30%

## How Many Days In A Year Riddle

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363 days. When daylight savings time starts, that day would consist of 23 hours of time, because the clock advances an hour and when the daylight savings time ends, that day would consist of 25 hours of time, because the clock goes back to the standard time.
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## 27 Days Riddle

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The moon. Even though the true moon cycle is about 29.5 days, it takes 27 days, 7 hours, and 43 minutes for our Moon to complete one full orbit around Earth. Thus you can see the full moon every 27 days or you can moon yourself every day in the mirror. Not that youd want to. Does anyone moon themselves? Cant say as Ive ever had the pleasure.
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## The Everyday Gateway

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I am a door
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## Christmas And New Year's Riddle

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In 2020 New Year's occurs on January 1st, 2020 and Christmas on December 25th, 2020. These dates are 51 weeks and 2 days apart, not one week apart (during the year New Year's occurs before Christmas).
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## A Year Apart Riddle

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It was December, 31st and their lunch date was on January 1st which is after New Years, the 'next year'
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Hint:
The Tournament of Roses Parade, also known as the Rose Bowl Parade, occurs each New Year's Day in Pasadena, California.
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## The Beginning Of The Jewish New Year

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Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of the New Year for members of the Jewish religion. The Hebrew translation means "Beginning of Year".
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## New Years In March Riddle

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March 25th is recognized as Annunciation Day, celebrating when Mary learns from the Archangel Gabriel that she will give birth to the Son of God.
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## The Day Before Yesterday I Was 25 Riddle

Hint:
On carefully inspecting this question, one can understand that there are two days which are important and these are:

A. My Birthday.

B. The day when I am making this statement.

If you think for a while, you will understand that such statements can be made only around the year's end. So, if my birthday is on 31 December, then I will be making this statement on 1 January.

I will further explain using the following example:

1. Consider that today is 01 January 2017.

2. Then, the day before yesterday was 30 December 2016 and according to the question I was 25 then.

3. Yesterday was 31 December 2016, which happens to be my birthday too (Woohoo!), and my age increases by one to become 26.

4. I will turn 27 on my birthday this year (31 December 2017).

5. I will turn 28 on my birthday next year (31 December 2018).

Now, if you read the question again, it will make more sense:

The day before yesterday(30 December 2016), I was 25 years old and next year(31 December 2018) I will be 28.
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