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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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See why you would. The final answer is a phrase.

Sorry, this should probably be obvious by now, but phrase as in multiple words?

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Something is not right with these last two prior posts. It's late and I must have screwed up. Do my responses match the posts?

In any event, the correct phrase has not been solved yet. SOOOO close.

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Sorry, this should probably be obvious by now, but phrase as in multiple words?

When you have the riddle solved it will "READ" as the phrase and not necessarily spell it.

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Ten in ones? But that goes back to 'in' which is one of the words originally given.....

Tens nones Ten ones Ten in ones TEN IN ONE!!!!!

oh dang, that can't be it, I forgot the s

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oh dang, that can't be it, I forgot the s

Ten in ones? But that goes back to 'in' which is one of the words originally given.....

Tens nones Ten ones Ten in ones TEN IN ONE!!!!!

You are so close, not as close as one of your previous posts tho. At one point had all the elements (and then a few) but not completely resolved.

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Tens n one. But I'm confused about the extra e. How are we supposed to get one from i.e.? If the i represents the roman numeral. why is the e there? It seems a bit of a stretch and not fair.

You are so close, not as close as one of your previous posts tho. At one point had all the elements (and then a few) but not completely resolved.
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the e should still be in there.

Tens n one. But I'm confused about the extra e. How are we supposed to get one from i.e.? If the i represents the roman numeral. why is the e there? It seems a bit of a stretch and not fair.
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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.

Tennis Anyone?

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the e should still be in there.

So, then I'm right and I have a point? Is that what you mean?

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10SNE1?

Tennis Anyone?
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So, then I'm right and I have a point? Is that what you mean?

No, i mean the correct answer still has that lette in it. Along with the others you listed last. That wasthe closest guess yet.

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Tennis Anyone?

Chess_Vixen got it. Superb! Know you know how since all has been stated and you translated correctly. Well done.

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Chess_Vixen got it. Superb! Know you know how since all has been stated and you translated correctly. Well done.

yay! I went back over some of chicory's posts... and then whe lotus asked about the 'e'...it just clicked!

Great POW!

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yay! I went back over some of chicory's posts... and then whe lotus asked about the 'e'...it just clicked!

Great POW!

Thank you

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SOLUTION]X two curves in back for example:

X = 10 (Roman Numerals) = TEN

two curves = S

in = N

for example = ie

back = direction so EI

I = ONE

TEN - S - N - E - ONE

"Tennis anyone"

Was hoping the title may have helped, or the keywords I used in some of my responses including: bounce, back and forth, rally, volley, return, serve, take another swing, not up, advantage, fault, out, down the line, whiffing, spin, and baseline.

Hope all who played had fun.

Last one for a while, I promise. Check it out.....

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