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More riddles. Can you solve them?

Submitted: October 25, 2012

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Submitted: October 25, 2012

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1: In a marble hall as while as milk,lined with skin as soft as silk, within a fountain crystal clear, a golden apple doth appear. No door there are to this stronghold, yet thrieve break in to steal the gold. Answer: Egg -- Correctly answered by Ian Dawn

2: Elvish mithril, and Argonian silver crumble I can. But first, I improve all created by man. I devour all things, bird and beast, serfs and kings. Though my pace is even, men curse my speed, wishing I was lazier in their hour of need. I can creep and crawl, or rush, even fly. I am all thou hast. Tell me, who am I? Answer: Time -- Correctly answered by Russ Hammond

3: My second is performed by my first, and, it is thought, a thief by the mark of my whole might be caught. Answer: Footstep -- Answered by Ian Dawn

4: What is neither fish nor flesh, feathers nor bone, but still has fingers and thumbs on its own? Answer: Glove (or gauntlet) -- Correctly answered by king drake

5: From the beginning of eternity, to the end of time and space, to the beginning of every end, and the end of every place... Answer: E -- Correctly answered by Ian Dawn


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