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Riddler

In coin minting, a machine that finds and discards coins with errors or that are the wrong size.
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Uddessa: I said 'Take a riddle', and you said 'I took a riddle?'
The first person sets out the riddle and if, after reflecting a while, the other person cannot answer, he asks for help: <<What is it related to?>>.
The Winter Riddle is flippant but keeps tension running high through every twist and turn of the plot.
The acquisition of Montgomery and Riddle Eyecare strengthens Eye Health America's presence in the region and establishes a strategic partnership between Montgomery and Riddle Eyecare and EHA's additional member practices in South Carolina, including Clemson Eye and Piedmont Surgery Center, acquired in March 2018.
Chapter 3 considers Riddle 26 'Bible' as a kind of anti-colophon, shifting focus from the human makers of a book to its animal and material components.
The older pupils created their own riddle trail, using some of their favourite riddles and some they have made up themselves.
Within a month of graduating in December 2005, Riddle started at Delta Dental of Arkansas, the nonprofit dental insurance carrier.
Critique: A riveting and thoroughly entertaining read from beginning to end, "The Knight's Riddle" showcases an extraordinary storytelling talent on the part of author Jay Ruud--and one that will leave his enthusiastic readers looking forward to his next medieval mystery!
Rack & Riddle moved its equipment to that location during June and July 2014 just in time for harvest.
Will Draxin solve the riddle of regicide in time to save the king, or will Yortaz and the poisonous Thieves Guild prevail?
Roberts's The Riddles of The Hobbit displays a great deal of erudition in the knotty tradition of Anglo-Saxon riddle lore, and effectively brings to bear Old Norse and Old Icelandic riddling texts as well, showing, as he explains in his Introduction, that Tolkien borrowed quite creatively from these traditions, turning The Hobbit into a text with riddles at its thematic core.