Remove 4 letters from this seq...
[5880] Remove 4 letters from this seq... - Remove 4 letters from this sequence (CEOUMPKLETEDD) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 42 - The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T
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Remove 4 letters from this seq...

Remove 4 letters from this sequence (CEOUMPKLETEDD) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 42
The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T.
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Bubba applied for an engineeri...

Bubba applied for an engineering position at a Lake Charles refinery. A Yankee applied for the same job and both applicants having the same qualifications were asked to take a test by the manager. Upon completion of the test, both men only missed one of the questions. The manager went to Bubba and said: "Thank you for your interest, but we've decided to give the Yankee the job."Bubba asked: "And why are you giving him the job? We both got nine questions correct. This being Louisiana, and me being a Southern boy, I should get the job!"
The manager said: "We have made our decision not on the correct answers, but rather on the one question that you both missed."
Bubba then asked: "And just how would one incorrect answer be better than the other?"
The manager replied: "Bubba, its like this. On question #4 the Yankee put down; "I don't know." You put down, "Neither do I."
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Born 29 May 1781; died 1 May 1859 at age 77.English chemist and inventor who invented friction matches. He made them from small wooden sticks which he coated with sulphur, then tipped with a mixture of potassium chlorate, antimony sulphide and a binder of gum arabic. After searching for a suitable mixture with the intent of making a useful way to start a fire, he was successful on 27 Nov 1826. Beginning on 7 Apr 1827, he sold them in boxes of 50 for a shilling, with a folded slip of sandpaper as a striking surface. He called them Congreves, to honour Sir William Congreve, known for his invention of military rockets. He declined to patent the matches, yet was still able to make a comfortable income from them.«
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