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Word Puzzles - World Cities #3

Solve the puzzles to guess the names of these world cities.
Example: Sack + Father = Bag + Dad = Baghdad
Quiz by buck1017
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First submittedFebruary 2, 2014
Last updatedFebruary 14, 2014
Times taken12,009
Rating4.04
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Word Puzzle
World City
North Pointing Tree Growth + Heifer
Moscow
Pull a Car + Lock Opener + Say Can You See
Tokyo
Not Old + Medieval Lord's Residence
Newcastle
What a Ghost Says + Automobile + Superlative Ender
Bucharest
Actor Gibson + Amnesiac Secret Agent Jason
Melbourne
Superman's Accessory + Small City
Cape Town
Adult Male + U.S. President Arthur
Manchester
Laugh Sound + Wheel of Fortune's Ms. White
Havana
What a Choir Does + iPhone Download + Mineral-Rich Rock
Singapore
Spanish For Home + Brazilian Beast of Street Fighter II
Casablanca
IPO Offering + Domicile
Stockholm
Martial Artist Bruce + Cellist Yo-Yo
Lima
China's Main Ethnic Group + Aussie Aussie Aussie!
Hanoi
Shortstop Ripken + Industrial Indiana City
Calgary
Egyptian Cross Symbol + Energy Surrounding a Person
Ankara
Automobile + Mausoleum
Khartoum
Cleopatra Portrayer Taylor + Hamburger Bread
Lisbon
Pale Brown Color + Gerund Ender
Beijing
Circumcision Ceremony + Batman Backbreaker
Brisbane
You Guys to a Southerner + British Thank You
Yalta
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level 81
Feb 14, 2014
Khartoum not work
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level ∞
Feb 14, 2014
Fixed
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level 83
Feb 14, 2014
The correct spelling for Auto Mausoleum isn't accepted, had to spell it without the u to make it work.
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level 50
May 3, 2014
To be honest, the only reason I know of Blanka is because of the Death Battle between Blanka and Pikachu.
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level 51
May 3, 2014
Although some people call her Liz, Taylor is much more called Elizabeth. How about, "Fashion designer Claiborne" to remove the ambiguity?
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level 79
Jul 15, 2014
Not many cities start with Elizabeth, do they?
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level 82
Aug 26, 2014
Ever been to New Jersey?
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level 55
Apr 26, 2015
I have no idea who Liz Claiborne is. I did have a little trouble with Liz Taylor, but honestly, I automatically thought of her as Liz, but then thought, oh, they'd be going by Elizabeth... but then looked at that other part of the clue and got it.
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level 70
Jul 31, 2019
Elizabeth Bun is nice this time of year.


Take away from this quiz: Now you've learned something. Liz is short for Elizabeth.
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level 56
May 3, 2014
Challenging but bot frustratingly so. Cool quiz!
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level 64
May 3, 2014
That was fun. More, please!
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level 53
May 3, 2014
Loved this! Gotta go find the others....
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level 51
May 5, 2014
Super easy 100% with 3:48 remaining
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level 64
May 5, 2014
Grrrr... apparently it's not spelled "Ankora."
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level 28
May 6, 2014
as a non native, it was hard to understand what you meant with 'ender'. It seemed to me as 'gerund/superlative of "Ender"' which makes little sense. Maybe rephrase as 'ending of a superlative'?
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level 62
May 27, 2014
"Suffix" is the proper term.
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level 66
May 9, 2019
I had the same problem as effeietsanders. Only by getting one of the answers *despite* the clue, I understood what "ender" is supposed to mean. "Suffix" would indeed make the hint more clear.
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level 59
May 6, 2014
I love these quizzes.
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level 37
May 6, 2014
Literally the best quiz I have ever taken. Thanks, had a blast doing it!
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level 56
Dec 3, 2014
Best quiz EVER!
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level 73
Dec 4, 2014
Thanks everyone! I'm glad you all liked this series of quizzes.
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level 55
Apr 26, 2015
Perhaps I'm being too literal, but "casa" is house. "Hogar" is home. I was wracking my brains out trying to think of a city that started with Hogar or Ogar (since the H is silent).
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level 58
Apr 17, 2016
I wish I could enjoy the series, but the time limit makes it impossible! :(
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level 71
May 3, 2016
Because the damn Aussies insist on pronouncing things funny, there are problems with both of your Australian city clues. Melbourne is pronounced "mel-burn" like the injury from fire, not like Jason's last name. And the second vowel in Brisbane is a schwa (ə), not a long a. FYI.
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level 69
Aug 9, 2016
Actually, I'd say Melbourne is a schwa as well.
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level 71
Jan 24, 2017
They are similar: pronounced Mel-bun and Bris-ban; in both cases, the emphasis is on the first syllable
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level 69
Aug 9, 2016
Fun quiz. Got 'em all, but Calgary and Havana I only got from half the clue ('Gary' and 'Ha'). I think you've got one too many syllables there in Tokyo, but maybe that's me being pedantic.
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level 51
Nov 29, 2017
Y'all + Cheers = Yalcheers ~ Algiers?
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level 66
May 9, 2019
I did this quiz for the second time exactly 5 years after the first try and I got 5 more answers. With this pace maybe in further 5 years I'll actually get to 100%.
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