Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture
[3428] Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture - There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 483 - The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager
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Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture

There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6?
Correct answers: 483
The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager.
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The preacher's Sunday sermon...

The preacher's Sunday sermon was "Forgive Your Enemies." He asked how many of the congregation have forgiven their enemies? About half held up their hands. He then repeated his question. Now about 80 % held up their hands. He then repeated his question once more. All responded, except one elderly lady.
"Mrs. Johnson, are you not willing to forgive your enemies?"
"I don't have any."
"Mrs. Johnson that is very unusual. How old are you?"
"Ninety-three," she replied.
"Mrs. Johnson, please come down in front and tell the congregation how a person cannot have an enemy in the world?"
The little sweetheart of a lady tottered down the aisle and said, "I outlived every one of those bitches!"
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Crumlin viaduct

In 1857, the Crumlin Viaduct in South Wales, then the highest railway viaduct in Great Britain was opened. It was built to carry coal from the area's mines on the Taff Vale Extension of the Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford Railway over the river Ebbw and smaller Kendon valley. The viaduct was one of the most important engineering wonders of its era. The designer, Thomas Kennard, used his modification of the Warren Truss. Its overall length of 1658-ft used an estimated 2,550 tons of wrought and cast iron. Being 200-ft high at the highest point above the valley floor, it was the highest railway viaduct in Britain until demolished in 1965. After the last passenger train passed over it on 13 Jun 1964, the line was closed.«
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