No legs lay one leg Two legs sat near on three legs four legs got some?
That almost reads like the riddle from "The Hobbit". But the "one leg" seems incorrect.
No legs is a fish.
Two legs is a Man
Three legs is a 3-legged stool
Four legs is a dog(?)
Not sure what the 1 leg is. I have a recording of J. R. R. Tolkien reading this chapter from his book.
Good show. I am the one who put on this riddle.
Yes, this is the exact wording from The Hobbit. I am sure of it, because I have the book in front of me.
Four legs is cat.
One leg is plate.
A fish lying on a table, a man sitting nearby on a stool, and the cat got some of the fish.
In case of a bipolar junction transistor, we have only three terminals (legs). They are emitter, base and collector. But, in case of a MOSFET (metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor), we can have four legs. They are source, drain, gate and substrate. The substrate is not being shown in some notations of MOSFET. But it does exist. Hence, a MOSFET has four legs.
Two legs was sitting on three legs holding one leg along came four legs and siezed one leg so two legs picked up three legs and threw it at four legs and four legs brought back one leg what happened?
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