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After signing a potential payment written in a foreign language that he could not read, a man went and stood in a covered room, waiting for somebody he last met a week ago. That person came to the man with their face partly covered, and circled him, staring. The man handed the person an object. Then, moving away, he stepped on a piece of glass and heard a shout. What was shouted?
Mazel tov!' (described is a traditional jewish wedding)
Did you know the answer?
Part of me is in a woman ready to be married but not in birds. Another part of me is in the same woman's partner and in company. Another part of me can be in four, five, six, seven or eight, but not in one, two, three, or nine. My other part... I'm not quite kind enough to show up anywhere. Jeez...that's not the right order, I'm mixed up. What's the word?