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8lbs of air
Door or telephone
What has to be broken before it can be used? 
Carbon dioxide or carbon monoxide.Or carboxylic acid? 
Carbonic acid (H2CO3), what forms naturally when water absorbs CO2 from the air.
Wind.Oh! on second thoughts.............
Dusk falls but doesn't break,Dawn breaks but doesn't fall.
Right, working backwards might be best here.So single letters in common use would be 'A' and 'I'AAnAntAntiAnticAnticsNope, only six...... must try harder!
STRAFINGS = More than one strafing (see below)STRAFING = An attack of ground targets with gunfire from a low-flying aircraftSTARING = Fastening an earnest and prolonged gaze on an objectSATING = Satisfying a desire or appetite STING = Any sharp organ of offense and defense, esp. connected with a poison glandNITS = Eggs of a louse or other small insectSIT = To rest upon the haunches, or the lower extremity of the trunk of the bodyIS = The third person singular of the verb "be", in the indicative mood, present tenseI = The first person subjective pronounOops, I got it wrong, I started with a nine-letter word. Rats! [:-Do I at least get partial credit?  Please [:-'(]
An empty bottle
What has no content yet you are still able to see it? 
Quote from: omid on 24/11/2009 12:51:12What has no content yet you are still able to see it?  "Reality" TV 
A crop of tomatoes! 
Very good one omid!Tricky..LOL
Quote from: Karen W. on 25/11/2009 19:46:06Very good one omid!Tricky..LOLDo you know the answer? 
I thought it was "w" because you took away the hole.. leaving the 'W"
What creature did Marco Polo mistake for a Unicorn?
Omid, as I said, you give us questions that are so difficult to answer. I have tried to find a seven-word answer, but I can only find this eight-word answer: HONESTLY = in an honest mannerHONESTY = the quality of being honestHONEST = truthful and trustworthyHONES = hone (third person), see belowHONE = to sharpen a blade with a hard fine-grained stoneONE = being a single thing or unitON = in a position above, in contact with, and supported byO = a variation of “oh”; or one of the four ABO blood groups I remain diligently at work on this problem.   Do not give up hope on me!
I have failed you again, darn . Here is the word I found with 13 words inside without rearranging the letters, but one of them is considered slang. Do I get partial credit? [)] Or is there more to it than this? I heard 13 is an unlucky number. BELIED = misrepresentedBELIE = to misrepresentBE = to existBEE = the hairy flying hymenopteran insectBEL = a unit of acoustical energy (= 10 decibels, of course)BED = a piece of furniture for sleeping or resting uponBLED = emitted or lost bloodBI = shortening of bisexual (slang)BID = to offer a price or feeEL = an elevated railway LI = a Chinese linear unit of measure equal to about 1/3 mile (adopted into the English language)LIE = make a knowingly false statementLIED = made a knowingly false statementI = first person subjective pronoun
Name an English word of more than 2 letters that both begins and ends with the letters "he" in that order. 
you ask such tough questions, and sometimes I get a headache.
Thinking about this puzzle has given me a headache.
If you weren't satisfied with RD's answer that is