Logic riddle

Skin of Stone and Tongue of Wood

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Halo of water, tongue of wood, skin of stone, long I've stood. What am I?
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I See You, You See Me

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I see you, you see me; I raise my right hand, you raise your left. What Am I?
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More or Less

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When you have more of me, you see a lot less. What am I?
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Lots of Memories

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I have lot of memories to show people. But I own none. What am I?
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Through Cities and Towns

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I go through cities, towns and villages, but I never come inside. What am I?
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A Mother and Father

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I am a mother and a father, but have never given birth. I'm rarely still, but I never wander. What am I?
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Between Sea and Sky

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I am always there, some distance away, somewhere between land or sea and sky I fly, you may move towards me, yet distant I shall stay.
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Food to Live, Water to Die

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Give me food, and I will live. Give me water, and I will die. What am I?
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Throw Out When Use

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What do you throw out when you want to use it, but take in when you don't?
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The Popular Sport

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What sport starts with a T, has four letters, and is played around the world?
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Cities But No House

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What has cities but no house. Forests, but not trees. Water, but no fish?
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Losing a Head

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What loses a head in the morning and gains it again at night?
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What Flies When it's Born...

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What flies when it's born, lies when it's alive and runs when it's dead?
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Who Makes Moves..

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Who makes moves while being seated?
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Five Fingers

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I have five fingers, but I'm not alive. What Am I?
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The Silent Tire

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Which tire doesn't move when a car makes a right turn?
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What His Daughters Look Like

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A man is asked what his daughters look like. He says: "They are all blondes except for two. They are all brunettes except for two. They are all redheads except for two. How many daughters did he have?
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The Most Letters

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What two words, when combined, contain the most letters?
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The Magician and the Egg

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A magician is standing on a concrete floor holding a raw egg with his hand outstretched. Without the aid of any other objects, he is able to drop the egg 2 feet without breaking its shell. How did he do it?
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Makes But Doesn't Use

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Someone makes it, but has no need of it. Someone buys it, but has no use for it. Someone uses it, but can neither see nor feel it. What is it?
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The Middle of Toronto

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What would you be sure to find in the middle of Toronto?
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The Rooster's Equivalent

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If... Dog = 4 Cat = 4 Donkey = 6 and Fish = 0 THEN... What is ROOSTER equal to?
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Greeting Twins

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Two people are walking towards each other on a beach. They are both completely identical. Who will be the first to greet the other?
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The Dark Room

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You enter a dark room. In the room there is a gas stove, a kerosene lamp and a candle. You have a matchbox in your pocket, what will you light first?
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London to Berlin

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You are the pilot on a plane flying from London to Berlin, with 2 transfers in Prague. What is the pilot's surname?
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Four Children

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Stacy's mother had 4 children: The first was April, the second was May, and the third was June. What was the name of the 4th child?
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The US Presidents

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How could the 22nd and 24th presidents of the United States have the same parents, but weren't brothers?
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An Old Bill vs. a New Bill

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Is an old one-hundred dollar bill worth more than a new one?
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Morning, Afternoon and Evening

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Which creature walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs in the evening?
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Without a Body or Mouth...

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It lives without a body, hears without ears, speaks without a mouth, to which the air alone gives birth. What is it?
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