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The goal of this particular riddle is to follow my clues to the best of your abilities and hopefully, at the end, someone will present the answer to me.

An apoid of the simplest nature is like the head of a lion chopped off at the neck.

To come full circle to the top of the gardens that hang is to profile the life of accomplishment.

The next step would be to go there. The answer to this riddle is where to go and there is also a reference on where to find the exact location. :) Happy trails.

P.S. this particular riddle is a PoW.

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Things I think I might think?

apoid is a wasp, lion chopped off at the neck might be mane

gardens that hang often refers to Babylon

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By George sounds like Tiger has it....

If not, I'll beohmy.gif

Baghdad, Iraq is the "todays-location"

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Things I think I might think?

apoid is a wasp, lion chopped off at the neck might be mane

gardens that hang often refers to Babylon

Wasps are in that family but there are others...

Baghdad, Iraq is the "todays-location"

Thank you two for kickin this one off... unfortunately, neither of you are correct.

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cape town?

Ames?

good guesses I think some of you are looking in the right direction just not seeing the right things... also keep in mind that this is a PoW not a WAI.

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nice turtleneck, I will find you...but now I have to go home and babysit mine own.

Indeed you are getting closer PG... I'll have to keep my eye on you.

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The Moon, or space?

I'll explain if necessary. :huh:

Mare Tranquillitatis?

Bologna?

nope none of these sorry :)

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maybe England.

maybe England.

Again I can explain. And 24 if your still here, check comment on your profile page. sorry badudi last part off topic.

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wild turkey has something to do with it?

Ok, now I really must run...late and now thirsty

correct! for the first part... Wild is the first of the answers to come. I'm really glad this is going so smoothly, I really kinda thought this concept would be too out there... :) im excited...

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marriage and what does pow stand for?

sorry 24 this is incorrect... and when I say it, it means a puzzle of words... the story doesn't really allude to the answer but there are clues to how to solve it using the words in the puzzle.

maybe England.

maybe England.

Again I can explain. And 24 if your still here, check comment on your profile page. sorry badudi last part off topic.

sorry not it either. keep em coming though :D

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okay thanks for the PoW translation

no problem... i don't even know if that is the widely accepted translation but that is what I meant.

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well this isn't my kind of riddle so i shall watch it grow and contribute if i think i have an answer, but with that i leave you with luck

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