Remove 5 letters from this seq...
[4632] Remove 5 letters from this seq... - Remove 5 letters from this sequence (XCHUGJRCAHT) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 13 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Remove 5 letters from this seq...

Remove 5 letters from this sequence (XCHUGJRCAHT) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 13
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Traffic court

A man was forced to take a day off from work to appear for a minor traffic summons. He grew increasingly restless as he waited hour after endless hour for his case to be heard.

When his name was called late in the afternoon, he stood before the judge, only to hear that court would be adjourned for the next day and he would have to return the next day.

"What for?" he snapped at the judge.

His honor, equally irked by a tedious day and sharp query roared, "Twenty dollars contempt of court. That's why!"

Then, noticing the man checking his wallet, the judge relented. "That's all right. You don't have to pay now."

The young man replied, "I'm just seeing if I have enough for two more words."

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Niccolò Fontana Tartaglia

Died 13 Dec 1557 (born 1499).Italian mathematician who originated the science of ballistics. His proper name was Niccolo Fontana although he is always known by his nickname, Tartaglia, which means the "stammerer." When the French sacked Brescia in 1512, soldiers killed his father and left young Tartaglia for dead with a sabre wound that cut his jaw and palate. In 1535, by winning a competition to solve cubic equations, he gained fame as the discoverer of the formula for their algebraic solution (which was published in Cardan's Ars Magna, 1545) Tartaglia wrote Nova Scientia (1537) on the application of mathematics to artillery fire. He described new ballistic methods and instruments, including the first firing tables. He was the first Italian translator and publisher of Euclid's Elements (1543).
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