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Dave's point was that there are so many words, and that's it is no use trying to get after the one you want Omid.
She's looking for a common word. I actually removed it from my list. I also gave folks plenty of "clues" in my post.
Hazardous??? Buy any chance
Backstop Sunkist (7 letters)Kickstand (9 letters)
The King gave them all weed seeds so he knew the other brothers had cheated.
Hmm... Pool...white...dark...brown...green...  An easter basket with white and dark chocolate liquid-filled goodies nestled in brown and green fake "grass"!! I invoke the POINTS -- Prime Ovine Imperative Neilep Triple Supposition:Yes, this is it. I'm positive. I must be right!!!
It's some type of fruit isn't it?
A comet's tail?
(At least I can still do math, I hope!)
Fill the hole with water (or any other liquid that's handy and denser than the ball).
He named the other two Curly,not just one, right?
What is the third dogs name.
If Bruce had been a scientist dog he would have named his third son Watt.
Night time, perhaps....does not fit for all aspects though.
What living thing is harvested at its peak, then boxed and used in 5 minutes … destroyed by light??
Is it Wales?
The Welsh language is noted for the use of double letters like dd and ll.
And therefore, it's double letters...
Single people died, (some)married ones didn't.
Is something missing from this "I am the shortest complete sentence in the English language."?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 22/03/2010 06:58:24Is something missing from this "I am the shortest complete sentence in the English language."?Nop nothing is missing 
Are you sure?
You are the shortest complete sentence in the English language. 
A bee flew to the real flower. Or the flower's pollen flew everywhere.
some artificial flowers could be designed to have even pollens, in case it might be add discern
Quote from: Bored chemist on 22/03/2010 19:01:47Are you sure?Yes BC, omid very sure