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# Relieve The Duties Of A Letter: Make Believe, And Make It Better

Change a letter in each word to make two new words. The letter you change must be in the same position in each word. And the letter you change each of them to will be the same letter of the alphabet.

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# What's A Pirate's Least-Favorite Puzzle? One That Hates Arrrrs

In each pair of clues, the answer to the first clue is a word that contains the consecutive letters A-R. Drop the A-R, and the remaining letters in order will form a word that answers the second clue.

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# Single-Named Singers From The Present And Past

Every answer is the name of a famous, one-named singer like Madonna or BeyoncÃ©. Identify each one from its anagram, to which one extra letter is added. The singers are a mix of past and present.

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# For This Puzzle, J-st Ign-r- Th- V-w-ls

Every answer is the name of a well-known U.S. city. For every word given, ignore the vowels. The word's consonants are the same consonants appearing in the same order as those in the city's name.

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