# It’s hard to give up. Remove part of it and you still have a bit. Remove another .......................

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It’s hard to give up.
Remove part of it and you still have a bit.
Remove another part, but bit is still there.
Remove another and it remains.
What is it?

posted Jul 1, 2014

## 1 Solution

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Answer is "HABIT"... Habit'. Remove a letter, 'abit'. Remove another letter, 'bit'. Remove another, 'it

solution Jul 1, 2014

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