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Rebus Olympics

Rebus brain teasers use words or letters in interesting orientations to represent common phrases.

 

Puzzle ID:#17919
Fun:*** (2.44)
Difficulty:*** (2.79)
Category:Rebus
Submitted By:cnmne*us*****

 

 

 



What word/phrase is represented by the results of the 100 meter sprint?

1 - Holy
2 - Satanic
3 - Sinister
4 - Nice
5 - Wicked
6 - Saintly
7 - Maleficent
8 - Virtuous




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Comments

lina_maria4*
Jun 14, 2004

cool
lina_maria4*
Jun 14, 2004

cool
jimbo*au*
Jun 16, 2004

100 metre sprint ? Whah? I never heard of those countries.
something*us*
Jun 27, 2004

1 is a prime number, and Holy isn't evil... Unless I'm mistaken about one or both of these statements.
cnmne*us*
Jun 27, 2004

The number one is not a prime number.
rashadAma*
Jul 08, 2004

i really got that 1
wizecracker55A*
Jul 14, 2004

really? I always thought 1 was a prime number. Huh. Live and learn.
AXTONAau*
Jul 14, 2004

1 IS A PRIME NUMBER
fishmedAus*
Jul 14, 2004

Axton, 1 is not prime. A prime number is only when 1 and another number are the only multiples. 1 is not prime as there is no other number it can be multiplied with to get 1.
bigpatAus
May 04, 2009

The number one, by definition, is not prime. According to wikipedia:
"Until the 19th century, most mathematicians considered the number 1 a prime, [...] The change in label occurred so that the fundamental theorem of arithmetic, as stated, is valid, i.e., 'each number has a unique factorization into primes.'"



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