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: 36 - 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: 36
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
#brainteasers #wordpuzzles
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Where did The Blood Come From?

Two vampire bats wake up in the middle of the night, thirsty for blood. One says, "Let's fly out of the cave and get some blood."
"We're new here," says the second one. "It's dark out, and we don't know where to look. We'd better wait until the other bats go with us."
The first bat replies, "Who needs them? I can find some blood somewhere." He flies out of the cave.
When he returns, he is covered with blood.
The second bat says excitedly, "Where did you get the blood?"
The first bat takes his buddy to the mouth of the cave. Pointing into the night, he asks, "See that black building over there?"
"Yes," the other bat answers.
"Well," says the first bat, "I didn't."

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Norris E. Bradbury

Died 20 Aug 1997 at age 88 (born 30 May 1909).Norris Edwin Bradbury was an American physicist whosucceeded J. Robert Oppenheimer as director of the Los Alamos (New Mexico) Scientific Laboratory (1945-70). He joined Los Alamos in 1944 to head the assembly of the non-nuclear components of the nuclear weapons. He guided the Los Alamos facility in its conversion to peacetime work, in basic nuclear research and nuclear power applications, testing several exploratory reactor designs, including solid and liquid plutonium fuels and gas-cooled uranium reactors. Bradbury also encouraged expansion of the laboratory's research into other areas, such as physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and space technology, as well as establishing programs in biological and medical health research.
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