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Be systematic, certain time need it,.............. due election

As the committee forming a cycle; .............. vote time

For competency, then US doesn't fit, ........... bush/competent LOL see last beow

What I am referring to, in this riddle? .......... election / president .. United nation

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Be systematic, certain time need it,

As the committee forming a cycle- comets are forming a cycle

For competency, then US doesn't fit- I took the word committee and erased the extra letter (us doesn't fit- plural doesn't fit, like two letters don't fit)

What I am referring to, in this riddle?

I only had one problem, to erase that 'i' from the 'comite'

Question - is the word committee forming a cycle or is it something else?!

One word again?

Assembling or indicating on a specific object?

Sorry about the questions, they are the same as with the previous riddle!

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Be systematic, certain time need it,

As the committee forming a cycle- comets are forming a cycle

For competency, then US doesn't fit- I took the word committee and erased the extra letter (us doesn't fit- plural doesn't fit, like two letters don't fit)

What I am referring to, in this riddle?

I only had one problem, to erase that 'i' from the 'comite'

Question - is the word committee forming a cycle or is it something else?!

One word again?

Assembling or indicating on a specific object?

Sorry about the questions, they are the same as with the previous riddle!

:D

All right,

1) One word

2) an object, again, non abstract one.

Good luck :)

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I have a quick question. Is grammar important in the solving of this riddle.

Because its seems to me what the wording suggests is that it should be read as such.

Be systematic, a certain time needs it,

As the committee forms a cycle:

For competency, then US doesn't fit.

What am I referring to in this riddle?

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I have a quick question. Is grammar important in the solving of this riddle.

Because its seems to me what the wording suggests is that it should be read as such.

Be systematic, a certain time needs it,

As the committee forms a cycle:

For competency, then US doesn't fit.

What am I referring to in this riddle?

OK, Grammar, my weakest part... <_<

Corrected version:

Be systematic, certain times need it

As the committee forms a cycle;

For competency, then US don't fit

What am I referring to in this riddle?

Do you see the difference? Hope thats help!

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ECOSYSTEM! But you said it's not a living thing... <_< ! But you have to admit that it kinda fits the puzzle even if it isn't the right answer! Ecosystem is an intricate system of living creatures cohabiting in one area with specific environmental conditions... blah, blah, blah and certain time is needed for ecosystems to form and evolve! I still don't understand the US thing?!

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ECOSYSTEM! But you said it's not a living thing... <_< ! But you have to admit that it kinda fits the puzzle even if it isn't the right answer! Ecosystem is an intricate system of living creatures cohabiting in one area with specific environmental conditions... blah, blah, blah and certain time is needed for ecosystems to form and evolve! I still don't understand the US thing?!

1. The first 3 lines are mentioning the same thing. ")

2. That' US? I have them reversed :P

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After reading through this thread, I think:

Standard Units?

Metric system?

The Unites States does not use the Metric system.

No.... but hey, Your answer do sounds almost fit to the riddle. Anyway, 1 more hint.

I purposely make it this way so all of your thought is US. But, it is not!

What is the similarity of US with CA, and GE?

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No.... but hey, Your answer do sounds almost fit to the riddle. Anyway, 1 more hint.

I purposely make it this way so all of your thought is US. But, it is not!

What is the similarity of US with CA, and GE?

Not sure where CA or GE are derived, but

lanthanides (elements from the periodic table?)

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...or is that just another grammar confusion?

punctuation, like, a period?

got something to do with the style of management?

US and Japan are examples of different styles of management. So maybe the the riddle's got something to do with the Japanese type of management? :D

NO.......

US here is not mean United State. US are 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ !

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