Remove 5 letters from this seq...
[3560] Remove 5 letters from this seq... - Remove 5 letters from this sequence (XEOXVPERIENLCFE) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 49 - The first user who solved this task is Linda Tate Young
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Remove 5 letters from this seq...

Remove 5 letters from this sequence (XEOXVPERIENLCFE) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 49
The first user who solved this task is Linda Tate Young.
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Three men were talking about w...

Three men were talking about what their children would be saying about them thirty years from now.
"I would like my children to say, 'He was successful in business'," declared the first man.
"Thirty years from now," said the second, "I want them to say, 'He was a loyal family man'."
Turning to the third man, the first one asked, "So what do you want them to say about you in thirty years?"
"Me?" the third man replied, "I want them all to say, 'He certainly looks good for his age'!"
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John Loudon McAdam

Died 26 Nov 1836 at age 80 (born 21 Sep 1756).John Loudon McAdam was born in Ayr, Scotland, and was the inventor of of macadamized roads. He made his fortune in his uncle's counting-house. (New York City, 1770-83) then returned to England. McAdam developed new methods of road construction. In 1816, as surveyor to the Bristol Turnpike Trust, he re-made their roads with a raised carriageway to improve drainage. Stones were graded and laid in three levels, with the smallest stones crushed and laid as a top surface. This provided swifter and safer travel. Later he added tarmacadam ("tarmac", asphalt) to bind the top layer. His methods were adopted in many other countries. In 1827 he was made surveyor-general of metropolitan roads in Great Britain.[Image: engraving by Charles Turner]
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