Remove 7 letters from this seq...
[5528] Remove 7 letters from this seq... - Remove 7 letters from this sequence (EAXWASGGDEROATIOAUN) to reveal a familiar English word. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 39 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Remove 7 letters from this seq...

Remove 7 letters from this sequence (EAXWASGGDEROATIOAUN) to reveal a familiar English word.
Correct answers: 39
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Smart puppy

A guy went to the cinema one day and noticed an old man with a dog in the front row. It was a sad, funny kind of film and the guy noticed that during the sad parts the dog cried his eyes out, and during the funny parts, the dog laughed its head off.

This happened throughout the film. After the film ended, the guy decided to go and speak to the old man.

"That's the most amazing thing I've seen," he said. "That dog really seemed to enjoy the film."

The old man turned to him and said: "Yeah, it is amazing. He hated the book."

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Electric railway

In 1879, the first electric railway opened at the Berlin Trades Exposition in Germany. It was the size of what today would be called a passenger-carrying miniature railway. The electric locomotive had a motor with about 3 horsepower, that was capable of hauling three small cars around a belt line 300 m (983 feet) long at up to 7 km (4.2 miles) per hour. Power at 150 volts was taken from a third rail between the running rails, which were bonded to serve for the return circuit. By 30 Sep 1879, it carried 86,398 passengers. The wooden covering over the motor provided a seat for the motorman. Gearing provided the ability to change direction of travel. Werner von Siemans and his firm of Siemens & Haslke was next able to build a line in Gross Lichterfelde, near Berlin, which opened for public use on 16 May 1881.«
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