What king can you make if you ...
[2260] What king can you make if you ... - What king can you make if you take the head of a lamb the middle of a pig the hind of a buffalo and the tail of a dragon? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 62 - The first user who solved this task is Roxana zavari
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What king can you make if you take the head of a lamb the middle of a pig the hind of a buffalo and the tail of a dragon?
Correct answers: 62
The first user who solved this task is Roxana zavari.
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Poison

A man goes to see the Rabbi. "Rabbi, something terrible is happening and I have to talk to you about it."
The Rabbi asked, "What's wrong?"
The man replied, "My wife is poisoning me."
The Rabbi, very surprised by this, asks, "How can that be?"
The man then pleads, "I'm telling you, I'm certain she's poisoning me. What should I do?"
The Rabbi then offers, "Tell you what. Let me talk to her. I'll see what I can find out and I'll let you know."
A week later the Rabbi calls the man and says. "I spoke to your wife...spoke to her on the phone for three hours. You want my advice?"
The man said yes, and the Rabbi replied, "Take the poison!"    

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Richard Lovell Edgeworth

Born 31 May 1744; died 13 Jun 1817 at age 73.English-Irish inventor of mechanical innovations including an attempt at telegraphic communication (possibly the first), the creation of various sailing carriages, a velocipede (cycle), a “perambulator”(landmeasuring machine), a turnip cutter, improved agricultural machinery, and made discoveries in the field of electricity. In the late 1790s, he proposed the tellograph for “conveying secret and swift intelligence”using 30 tall towers spaced between Dublin and Galway (130 miles). Relayed from tower to tower using large triangular pointers, encoded messages could reach Dublin in just eight minutes. Unfortunately, poor visibility due to the weather doomed the idea. Edgeworth was also an educationalist.
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