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cryptogram

[′krip·tə‚gram]
(communications)
Information written in code or cipher.
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Even the Zodiac, with his cryptograms and thinly veiled threats, proved a terrifying Rorshach test for our fears.
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Whalen himself would seem to be such a reader, for he recounts the means by which he solved one of Poe's cryptograms after 150 years.
In other chapters Whalen takes up the Panic of 1837, the commercial meanings of publishing and information, Poe's claims about boosting magazine subscription rates, his fascination with cryptograms and communication, and his invention of the detective genre.
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Marilyn enjoyed travelling with her family, solving cryptograms, and playing Scrabble.