Remove 5 letters from this seq...
[6590] Remove 5 letters from this seq... - Remove 5 letters from this sequence (GUBXECASUSNE) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 12 - The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T
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Remove 5 letters from this sequence (GUBXECASUSNE) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 12
The first user who solved this task is Nasrin 24 T.
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Fishing in a puddle

The rain was pouring and there was a big puddle in front of the pub.

A ragged old man was standing there with a rod and hanging a string into the puddle.

A tipsy- looking, curious gentleman came over to him and asked what he was doing.

'Fishing,' the old man said simply.

'Poor old fool,' the gentleman thought and he invited the ragged old man to a drink in the pub.

As he felt he should start some conversation while they were sipping their whiskey, the gentleman asked,

'And how many have you caught?'

‘You're the eighth.‘

Found on Tell Funny Stories - A willing victim letting himself be caught joke, posted October 24, 2010

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John Clark

Died 12 Aug 2004 at age 52 (born 18 Sep 1951).Anthony John Clark was an English molecular biologist who was a pioneer in the application of molecular technology to farm animals. In 1985, he began work in genetic modification (at what is now the Roslin Institute) to produce a sheep giving milk with human proteins. He was successful within five years. Tracy* (born 1990) in each litre of her milk, produced 35g of alpha-1-antitrypsin (used in treatment of cystic fibrosis). During the 1990's, Clark continued to develop transgenic techniques on large animals. With his colleagues, he a produced a sheep from which a prion protein gene had been removed. Clark's work set the stage for Ian Wilmut's team at Roslin to clone a sheep, Dolly (1996), the result of transplanted the DNA of an adult sheep to an unfertilised egg cell. Clark died at age 52, suffering from depression, was found hanged in his holiday home.«[*Ref: see Biotechnology (9 Sep 1991), 9, 830-835. Image: Tracy the sheep with DNA graphic.]
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