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  1. Rough and gray as rock,
    I'm plain as plain can be.
    But hidden deep inside there's great beauty in me.
    What am I?

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  2. 30 white horses upon a red hill,
    first they start stamping,
    then they stand still.

    What are the 30 white horses?

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  3. One fine day in the middle of the night
    Two dead men got up to fight
    Back to back they faced each other
    Drew their swords and shot each other!
    What is wrong with this?

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  4. 500 at the beginning, 500 at the end,
    5 in the middle is seen,
    The first of all letters, the first of all figures
    Take up their stations between,
    String them all together, and you will see
    The name of an ancient king.

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  5. It's so strong, it does not break,
    It's so powerful, it penetrates a lake,
    Sometimes it's weak as a twig left out in the sun,
    It's so wonderful it gives us the power to have fun.
    What is it?

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  1. I have four wings, but cannot fly,
    I never laugh and never cry;
    On the same spot I'm always found,
    toiling away with little sound.
    What am I?

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  2. You may enter, but you may not come in,
    I have space, but no room,
    I have keys, but open no lock.

    What am I?

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  3. What has roots that nobody sees,
    is taller than a tree,
    up, up it goes and yet never grows?

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  4. In the dark they are found without being fetched, in the light they are lost without being stolen. What are they?

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  5. I tower over the man-made plain;
    My peaks scrape the heavens.
    I have many brothers; in fact,
    We may be as many as a hundred and seven.

    We're as ancient as the oldest trees,
    But not older than the hills.
    We've been studied for centuries now,
    But with mystery we're still filled.

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