Yeah I was trying to backsolve an ordering but couldn't find one - maybe if the characters or items were in order of the letters that would have helped. I didn't mind the E too much due the "missing" theme (but did poke fun at it with BEACONS), but yeah as a meta extraction that was pretty neat.
ABLATIVE ASA BUTTERFIELD BROKEN ARM COURTNEY LOVE CROW’S NEST DESPEREAUX GOOD HOPE MUSSOLINI PIXIE PORTRAYAL PREREQUISITE SKYSCRAPERS TIME MAGAZINE TURNPIKE WINTER OLYMPICS ZASTAVA KORAL
Each clued a four-letter word (skyscrapers --> TALL, despereaux --> TALE, pixie --> DUST, prerequisite --> MUST). They could be arranged into a word ladder with four steps missing, which spelled the answer (HUGE DUCT TAPE ROLL).
This question already has an answer here: Fill the holes? [closed] 8 answers Source You need to pick any number from '1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15' to make below equation true. ( ) + ( ) + ( ) + ( ) + ( ) = 30 Can you solve it ?
Interesting as well because it says 'This question already has an answer here: Fill the holes? [closed] 8 answers...' which means it's copying directly from the displayed body, not just the actual question body
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I thought it was fine @Sp3000 - I hit on falsettos quickly but couldn't connect it for a minute or two while I was fiddling with "LET" for assign; when I hit on "SET", FALTO landed in my lap and it was all over. :)
I actually was asleep when my phone buzzed and woke me. while dealing with that I saw the ping that you'd solved my CCCC, went to read the context, saw the new c4, put the phone down and started going back to sleep, and solved the damn thing three minutes later. So yes. you're responsible for dragging me out of bed fully, nice job :)