Head Riddles

Riddle:

A favorite by Teddy Roosevelt: "I talk, but I do not speak my mind I hear words, but I do not listen to thoughts When I wake, all see me When I sleep, all hear me Many heads are on my shoulders Many hands are at my feet The strongest steel cannot break my visage But the softest whisper can destroy me The quietest whimper can be heard."
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Riddle:

I am a fruit. If you had two of me, I would sound just the same. If you rearrange my letters, it could be a crime. Add me to a montage and I can become a different fruit. Remove my head and you can still listen; take away the end and I can still be eaten. Without a piece of the center, I am still a word; take away all of the middle and I am just an acronym. What am I?
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Riddle:

What looks bigger without a head than with one?
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Riddle:

I have a head but no body, a heart but no blood. Just leaves and no branches, I grow without wood. What am I?
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Riddle:

You use me from your head to your toes. The more I work, the thinner I grow. What am I?
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