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if you did not do the first riddle in this series click on the link in my signature titled I don't know what to call it #1

not to forbid

what is this written in

vanquisher of devils

wodden plank

cured sausage

.083 with 28 parts

(please rate this riddle)

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if you did not do the first riddle in this series click on the link in my signature titled I don't know what to call it #1

not to forbid

what is this written in

vanquisher of devils

wodden plank

cured sausage

.083 with 28 parts

(please rate this riddle)

not to forbid - allow?

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not to forbid = let, allow, permit, agree,

what is this written in - a mile wide answer, Type/font(verdana), text, symbols, grapheme, glyph?,

vanquisher of devils - exorcise (priest),

wodden plank - plank is a difinitive term in the timber trade, lumber is the best i can do, board would mean wood but not in the defines af a plank

cured sausage - frankfurt (had some 'witte worst' in Munich and it was me that had to be cured

.083 with 28 parts - why are these numbers jumping at me - inches / centremetres ???

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not to forbid - allow (peace*out)

what is this written in - English (HoustonHokie)

vanquisher of devils - angel (HoustonHokie)

wodden plank - board (HoustonHokie)

cured sausage - summer (HoustonHokie)

.083 with 28 parts - birdshot (Dawg) - unconfirmed

so if we go with those, there are possibilities in the 4th and 5th places:

the 4th unscrambles to "remold"

the 5th is "wildes"

not sure what to make of this just yet. I'm wondering if maybe we're looking for something to get "wilder"? We'll see...

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shoot!! I'm just full of mistakes aren't I ? let me re word the original post. I'm an idiot I forgot a line, but if I didn't realize that you'd come up with some gibberish so here it is

not to forbid

what is this written in

vanquisher of devils

wooden plank

a mirror's picture

cured sausage

0.83 with 28 parts

p.s. the one in bold is a little devil

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and also

the answer for a cured sausage... how did u get that answer??

Thanks

image

that is not right cuz anything's picture would be in image.

what do you mean by how did I get that answer? I only typed the question, well I know the answer but I haven't disclosed it

p.s. has any one rated the riddle?

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a mirror's picture

reflection

:)

that's it

not to forbid - allow (peace)

what is this written in - English (houston)

vanquisher of devils - angel (houston)

wooden plank - board (houston)

a mirror's picture - reflection (andromeda)

cured sausage - no one got it yet

0.83 with 28 parts - no one got it yet

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peace yours is right

houston the first one on number 2, the second one on number 3, the fourth, and the fifth are right

Ledger.... you've told houston that he was right for the fourth... so from his answer on that .. being

summer

where does that come from??

Thanks

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Summer Sausage is a cured dried sausage popular in the US. Often made of Venison. (at least where I'm from). It's used on cheese and cracker trays as a party snack often.

Wiki Link!

That however isn't the answer. Ledger had mistakenly said it was.

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