Remove 5 letters from this s...
[2419] Remove 5 letters from this s... - Remove 5 letters from this sequence (PASRAUCUKHUITE) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 107 - The first user who solved this task is ভাস্কৰ জ্যোতি
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Remove 5 letters from this sequence (PASRAUCUKHUITE) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 107
The first user who solved this task is ভাস্কৰ জ্যোতি.
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The golfer and the funeral

A golfer and his buddies were playing a big round of golf for $200.

At the eighteenth green the golfer had a ten foot putt to win the round, and the $200.

As he was lining up his putt, a funeral procession started to pass by.

The golfer set down his putter, took his hat off, placed it over his chest, and waited for the funeral procession to pass.

After it passed, he picked up his putter and returned to lining up his putt, and completed it, thus winning the game and the money.

Afterwards, one of his buddies said, "That was the most touching thing I have ever seen.

I can't believe you stopped playing, possibly losing your concentration, to pay your respects."

"Well," said the golfer, "we were married for 25 years."

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Johann Salamo Christoph Schweigger

Born 8 Apr 1779; died 6 Sep 1857 at age 78.German physicist who invented the galvanometer (1820), a device to measure the strength of an electric current. He developed the principle from Oersted's experiment (1819) which showed that current in a wire will deflect a compass needle. Schweigger realized that suggested a basic measuring instrument, since a stronger current would produce a larger deflection, and he increased the effect by winding the wire many times in a coil around the magnetic needle. He named this instrument a “galvanometer”in honour of Luigi Galvani, the professor who gave Volta the idea for the first battery. Thomas Seebeck (1770-1831) named the innovative coil, Schweigger's multiplier. It became the basis of moving coil instruments and loudspeakers.
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