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Yogesh Soni

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How many cubes are there?
Remove 7 letters from this sequence (UKRESILTAUKSRAINT) to reveal a familiar English word.
Find the country and its capital city, using the move of a chess knight. First letter is I. Length of words in solution: 7,9.

Peter Barr

Born 20 Apr 1826; died 17 Sep 1909 at age 83.Scottish seedsman and horticulturist who became known as the “Daffodil King” for his work identifying and developing varieties of daffodils. Further, he tirelessly popularized the flower's popularity with articles, lectures, and a post-retirement seven-year world tour. His interest in horticulture stemmed from his father's passion as an amateur gardener. Peter's career began with a position at a seed shop. In time, this led to establishing a nursery and making a systematic study and identification of garden plants. He corresponded with other nurserymen in Britain and abroad. He offered a catalog to aid his distribution of his products. In the mid-19th century, daffodils had fallen out of fashion with gardeners. Barr actively sought old varieties, saved hybrids from extinction and made new crosses—all of which he re-introduced in Britain, filling the gap in availability, beginning at a time when most daffodil bulbs were sourced from Europe.«

New Yorkers and Light Bulbs

Q: How many New Yorkers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: One. What are you -- stupid?
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