If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven't got me. What am I?

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Is an older one-hundred dollar bill worth more than a newer one?

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What you're looking for ... I'll hide it from you. However if you ask, I'll lead you right through. You're tempted to cross me, an act I won't prevent. If chosen too soon, may come with regret. If I'm not there you're mad, you ask for me to be. This time for a change, I'll be right behind me.

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Two sisters are we, one is dark and one is fair In twin towers dwelling we're quite the pair One from land and one from sea Tell us truly, who are we?

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I have a name, but it isn't my name. My face shows signs of age. I always mean the same thing, no matter what I say. I'm born in mourning, and I last 'til the end of days. Men plant me, but I never grow. They run from me, but I never move. They look at me and see their future, rotting in the fields where I bloom. What am I?

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You have two ropes. Each rope takes one hour to burn. These ropes are not identical, nor are they uniform; i.e. it does not necessarily take half an hour for half the rope to burn (if you have trouble visualizing this, imagine a rope of varying thickness across its length). With only these two ropes and a way to light them, how do you measure out 45 minutes?

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If you throw me out the window, I'll leave a grieving wife. Bring me back, but through the door, You'll see someone giving life. What am I?

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In the fathers will, he states that his sons must race their horse, and the son with the slowest horse will receive the fathers entire fortune. The two sons race, but never finish it, as they deliberately slow their horses. After visiting the oracle the sons race horses as fast as possible. What did the oracle tell them?

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The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?

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What disappears the moment you say its name?

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