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Lambertmoon
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Along the same lines as Stephen B's puzzle.


WOWOLFOL
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I love these kinds of puzzles. If I knew how to post a small pic or drawing I could post a bunch of these. Nice one Lambertmoon.
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Funny, it sees only food.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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You guys are on it.

Here are three more

1. REDRO


2. UUUU
- 411
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3. Favor
A
L
L

4. John + MMMMMM


5. COTAXABLEME


All of these puzzles are from Terry Stickels.
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I've got 5. Still working on the others. Lambertmoon, are these all lined up correctly? (#3 spcifically)
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Make that 5 more. # 3 should read:

Favor
a
l
l



Sorry guys
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Sorry Lambertmoon. I meant I had the answer for number five(There are five puzzles as well, but I wasn't giving you guff about that.) Thanks for the correction on #3. I'll not post any answers until others get a shot. Except for the first one. That was "a wolf in sheeps clothing".
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No problem. My mistake to begin with.
Correct on the original one.

The second one might be tough for people outside The U.S.
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Come to think of it, number 4 would be tough for our friends outside the U.S. also.
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1 could be out of order?

2 useless for once?

3 Fall out of Favour?

4 John Adams (And I'm from the UK ;-)

5 Taxable Income
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3, 4 and 5 are correct. Nice Job on Adams.

1. Out of order fits but isn't the puzzle's solution.

2. Useless for once is very close.
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Nice work Stephen, I only had 3 and 5. I didn't get John Adams and I'm in the US and just finished a book about him. UGH!!!
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Back Order?
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Is #1 reverse order?
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#2 must be usless information. Props to Stephen, his clues tipped me on 1 and 2.
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I must confess, I do a lot of these sorts of puzzles all the time. I'm a moderator on a puzzle web site (if you're interested, look in my profile, if not - don't), where there is a game section with a wide variety of word puzzles. One of these is "Wuzzles", which is for just these sorts of puzzles.
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I wonder if html codes work here... if so, then this puzzle might work:

<font color=green>COAST</font>
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Obviously not.
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Stephen, what do you call these kinds of puzzles, like these and


Mind
_____
Matter

"Mind over matter" for example?
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In the UK, they are known as Dingbats. I have also seen them described as Rebus, and as Wuzzles (after the Disney creatures from the land of "Wuz" which are winged creatures that are two as one)
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