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Hi Guys,
These are Stanley's famous words on finding the missing Dr. Livingstone.

Here's the puzzle. It's not invented by me, it was an entry that I liked in a newspaper humour competition here.

If the answer is 'DR. LIVINGSTONE I PRESUME',
then what is the question?

Best wishes,
Clive
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Hi,
A further hint:
I gave you the answer and asked you what the question would be. For purists, the answer I gave you sounds slightly more accurate when spoken than when written.
Clive
You're right Pieanne. I'll have to think of another one.
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Clive, give us the answer, please. I don't think anyone will guess it.
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Hi guys,
I guess it's time to give the answer.

Here's the puzzle again:
If the answer is 'DR. LIVINGSTONE I PRESUME',
then what is the question?

OK, the question is >>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

'Dr. Presume, what is your full name, please?'

Well, I thought it was funny and clever when I read it, I hope that you do, too.
Clive
Well I read through all the 'questions' but frankly the real answer was a surprise!

pieanne's question was very funny - "Who's that man in the cauldron?"
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