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Let me bounce this one off of you for a little back and forth:

X two curves in back for example

And as before - show your math for full credit.

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"NOISE"

in = N

Two curves = S

for example = IE

the "s" goes into the "ie" (back in for example), giving ISE

...but i have no credit to show were "O" came from, unless we are thinking opposites of tic-tac-toe X's

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"NOISE"

in = N

Two curves = S

for example = IE

the "s" goes into the "ie" (back in for example), giving ISE

...but i have no credit to show were "O" came from, unless we are thinking opposites of tic-tac-toe

for the O

X = Eggs looks like O ??

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for the O
X = Eggs looks like O ??

OR...

X stands for "multiply" so there two sets of two curves...

first two curve away from each other (S), second two curve toward each other (O)

getting warmer?

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for the O
X = Eggs looks like O ??

OR...

X stands for "multiply" so there two sets of two curves...

first two curve away from each other (S), second two curve toward each other (O)

getting warmer?

Wow, you guys think in a way I can't even begin to do!

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Let me bounce this one off of you for a little back and forth:

X two curves in back for example

And as before - show your math for full credit.

x=ex

two curves back to back= s or cs

excess

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Let me bounce this one off of you for a little back and forth:

X two curves in back for example

And as before - show your math for full credit.

if x=eggs =0, then eggs in ss for example might be sos, morse code

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"NOISE"

in = N

Two curves = S

for example = IE

the "s" goes into the "ie" (back in for example), giving ISE

...but i have no credit to show were "O" came from, unless we are thinking opposites of tic-tac-toe X's

Am back--Sorry, got to keep my job. Not noise.

the "ie" is the tidbit mentioned earlier

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OR...

X stands for "multiply" so there two sets of two curves...

first two curve away from each other (S), second two curve toward each other (O)

getting warmer?

any of the X planations.

Edited by plainglazed
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x=ex

two curves back to back= s or cs

excess

Nope and no to your logic. Not being curt, just trying to get thru the ones am behind on...

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if x=eggs =0, then eggs in ss for example might be sos, morse code

X.

OK, looks like am caught up. Let the rally continue. If I missed anyone, let me know. Thanks.

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for the O
X = Eggs looks like O ??
Do like this one John B. Will have to remember it for another day. Edited by plainglazed
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OR...

X stands for "multiply" so there two sets of two curves...

first two curve away from each other (S), second two curve toward each other (O)

getting warmer?

Oh man, you could make a vicious puzzle with that one. A volley of ideas are already multiplying in my head.

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X - mistake (spelling error) sp

Two curves - S (in back

for example - IE

SPIES?

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you left out the n. See one of my spoilers a page or two back establishing what we know so far. Bet you may get it just from rereading that.

And still off on the X

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Have to get home. Will make a return shortly and will be thinking on the way home of a clue that would not serve you the answer on a platter. Feel free to share your work. Seems like there is more activity when I'm away anyway.

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X - mistake (spelling error) sp

Two curves - S (in back

for example - IE

SPIES?

WOW John B. -- Just went back as things got a little hairy this afternoon and wanted to make sure I did not miss anything. Did miss this entirely logical reasoning describing the entire puzzle and it fits. How about that. Destroyed any notion that there is a singular definitive answer to these. But let's continue anyway?
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Have to get home. Will make a return shortly and will be thinking on the way home of a clue that would not serve you the answer on a platter. Feel free to share your work. Seems like there is more activity when I'm away anyway.

s two curves in back for example spine

in =i n gives sin sin(x) is a double curve/waveform

in=n= and

sin is shaped like a s-curve

2 curves 'n back = both sin and spine

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s two curves in back for example spine

in =i n gives sin sin(x) is a double curve/waveform

in=n= and

sin is shaped like a s-curve

2 curves 'n back = both sin and spine

think i follow your logic but not where my solution lies. in fact, think mine is less complicated.

sorry for the delay in responding. will now be here for a while so please take another swing...

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think i follow your logic but not where my solution lies. in fact, think mine is less complicated.

sorry for the delay in responding. will now be here for a while so please take another swing...

double curve = s

in = n

for example = ie

in back for example = spine

xspine ----> spinex====>spinx= sphinx

a famous riddler!

to explicate for example ie which is also part of sine, then sin(x) when x is in back with double curve.

Edited by chicory
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double curve = s

in = n

for example = ie

in back for example = spine

xspine ----> spinex====>spinx= sphinx

a famous riddler!

to explicate for example ie which is also part of sine, then sin(x) when x is in back with double curve.

you have used "in" twice. Not up. And as for the second spoiler, already said I got your logic...

I had written this in previous post so it should give no unfair advantage

(something for "X") - S - N - (something for "back for example") where "for example" is ie.

KISS

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you have used "in" twice. Not up. And as for the second spoiler, already said I got your logic...

I had written this in previous post so it should give no unfair advantage

(something for "X") - S - N - (something for "back for example") where "for example" is ie.

KISS

oh, sorry, i guess i missed that post

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no problem, not your fault, hope it helps out!

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no problem, not your fault, hope it helps out!

okay okay! Hit me with a wet fish often enough, then serve it to me on a platter....

x=kiss

ie

s (double curves in back)

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no problem, not your fault, hope it helps out!

okay okay! Hit me with a wet fish often enough, then serve it to me on a platter....

x=kiss

ie

s (double curves in back)

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okay okay! Hit me with a wet fish often enough, then serve it to me on a platter....

x=kiss

ie

s (double curves in back)

X does not equal kiss. At least not down the line of my reasoning. KISS just stands for keep it simple stupid. Dont all you young whippersnappers thumb those type of things? Or am I totally whiffing at your humor.

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