Replace asterisk symbols with ...
[3814] Replace asterisk symbols with ... - Replace asterisk symbols with a letters (**R*** R****AN*****) and guess the name of musician. Length of words in solution: 6,12. - #brainteasers #music - Correct Answers: 14 - The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil
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Replace asterisk symbols with ...

Replace asterisk symbols with a letters (**R*** R****AN*****) and guess the name of musician. Length of words in solution: 6,12.
Correct answers: 14
The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil.
#brainteasers #music
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A lion woke up one morning fee...

A lion woke up one morning feeling rowdy. He went out and cornered a small monkey and roared, "Who is mightiest of all jungle animals?"
The trembling monkey said, "You are, mighty lion!"
Later, the lion confronted a deer and bellowed, "Who is mightiest of all jungle animals?"
The terrified deer stammered, "Oh great lion, you are by far the mightiest animal in the jungle!"
On a roll, the lion swaggered up to an elephant and roared, "Who is mightiest of all jungle animals?"
The elephant snatched up the lion with his trunk, slammed him against a tree, stomped on him and then ambled away.
The battered lion hollered after the elephant, "Sheesh, just because you don't know the answer, you don't have to get so upset."
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Gerald S. Hawkins

Died 26 May 2003 at age 75 (born 20 Apr 1928).Gerald Stanley Hawkins was an English-American radio astronomer and mathematician who used a computer to show that Stonehenge was a prehistoric astronomical observatory. In the 18th century, William Stukely had noticed that the horseshoe of trilithons and 19 bluestones opened up in the direction of the midsummer sunrise. Hawkins identified 165 key points that correlated the stones and other archaeological features of the neolithic complex to the rising and setting positions of the sun and moon over an 18.6-year cycle. He first published his findings in an article, Stonehenge Decoded, in the journal Nature (1963), and then in a book with the same title (1965). In Beyond Stonehenge he explored the mysteries of Machu Pichu, the Nasca Lines, Easter Island and the Egyptian Temples of Karnak and Amon-Ra. In the 1990s, he studied the geometry of crop circles.
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