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1. Attack lost land before the arrangement.

2. Nothing left to recycle is unspoiled.

3. Gravel goes back and forth.

4. Finish with good left hook.

5. Burn a lady which bewitches.

6. Settle so others without rupees are left to remain.

7. Undermining the morale of the planet fosters a core upheaval.

8. Break each holy man's chest.

9. After a mile out at sea Theodore was tied up.

10. Go back for second ACORN result.

In no particular order, the number of letters of these answers are as follows: 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6 and 7

Bonus: One has 5:55 the second 6:52 third or fourth a 9:10.

(Probably can only be completed once the others are solved...unless you are extremely clever!)

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10. Go back for second ACORN result.

OAK

gO bAcK (second) -> oak

acorn result -> oak

That is right. I had others for this but I just liked the way this sounded.

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I've never done these before... so my guesses will probably suck

land sounds like hand, arrangement could be armistice, so arm?

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I've never done these before... so my guesses will probably suck

land sounds like hand, arrangement could be armistice, so arm?

Good guess but unfortunately not right. You may want to look at a past puzzle or two for

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Is it Mantle? It is part of the inner earth, and means responsibility.

I'm not so good at these.

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Gravel goes back and forth

Gravel oscillates/undulates

Gravel pulsates

Gra + pul = Grapple?

Which looks like witch, just like the "n" in burn looks like "m"

m+a+lady = malady? A witch could be a metaphorical malady to the town

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Is it Mantle? It is part of the inner earth, and means responsibility.

I'm not so good at these.

Not it.

PASS + STONES... past tense???

Nope

punch line???

Not this either.

Break + chest?

I hope it's as simple as that

It is a little more complicated and more literal.

Gravel goes back and forth

Gravel oscillates/undulates

Gravel pulsates

Gra + pul = Grapple?

Interesting, but this one is more direct.

Which looks like witch, just like the "n" in burn looks like "m"

m+a+lady = malady? A witch could be a metaphorical malady to the town

Not that.

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Dang, I thought "punch line" and "mantle" were really good answers.

Try for 1:

Attack lost land = tactical retreat

Arrangement = treaty

Treat?

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Dang, I thought "punch line" and "mantle" were really good answers.

Try for 1:

Attack lost land = tactical retreat

Arrangement = treaty

Treat?

There are some really creative answers up there, but not correct.

You've got the two part idea that is not how I intended.

I meant to say also for number 8 You have the word but you should be able to use the whole riddle to get the answer.

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rocking ? like a cradle? because rock is gravel and back andd forth would mean motion so rocking?

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rocking ? like a cradle? because rock is gravel and back andd forth would mean motion so rocking?

Very close, there is a specific version of this word that works in both circumstances.

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Very close, there is a specific version of this word that works in both circumstances.

the past tense: rocked?

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the past tense: rocked?

Close enough for credit. :thumbsup:

3. Gravel / goes back and forth.

This one is a double definition. Both parts literally mean "ROCKS"

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