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What's the connection?

Over the last week, I've been publishing daily Twitter puzzles. I was inspired by — and using the sam
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What's the connection?
By Sandor Weisz • Issue #38 • View online
Over the last week, I’ve been publishing daily Twitter puzzles. I was inspired by — and using the same format as — P&A Magazine, who’s been posting their own for a while, and @puzzletheory, who did the same kind of thing years ago. Each tweet offers five items that share a quality and asks you to reply with another item with that quality. Some favorites so far:
August 7 (and still active)
  • Albumen
  • Brawl
  • British torch
  • Eisenhower
  • Power
  • A small boat (2014)
  • My old friend (1964)
  • Punctured bicycle (1984)
  • Six-string (1984)
  • Your butt (1987)
  • Destination for gossip
  • Embarrassing grade
  • Kitchen measurement
  • Mogul’s newsstand periodical
  • Turn variant
I’m having a lot of fun making these and seeing what creative answers solvers come up with. Follow @pzlr, and join in!

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Solution to previous puzzle
From Issue #37. Congrats to everyone who solved it: Alyssa + Nikki, Amanda, Amanda Burkett, Austin Sipes, Ben, Brian Frederick, Chris Shabsin, Cryptok, Dan, Dan Kramarsky, Dan Marcin, Eric G, Evangeline Garreau, Jake S, Jessica, Johanna Aron, John Broussard, Josh T, Kiefer, Lincoln Pennington, Lisa Lehnerer, Liz Brodzinski, Luke Shepard, Myriam Bloom, Rob, Rose M Marcin, Rose Marcin, Shayna, Stepha, “SVN” Bob
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