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cryptogram

[′krip·tə‚gram]
(communications)
Information written in code or cipher.
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San Francisco detectives search victim's clothing Robert Downey Jr and Jake Gyllenhaal in Zodiac (2007) The note (left) and cryptogram (right) sent to San Francisco newspapers on Nov 11, 1969
Magical" skills are further linked to theatre, both as metaphor and practical example, and, in Mamet's revealing recent play The Cryptogram, tied to central notions of language, belief, and fundamental human relationships.
Similarly, the attempts by Archbishop Ussher and Isaac Newton to establish and harmonize biblical chronology continue to fascinate, as do the problems of quantification (fixing the census of Israelites who crossed the Red Sea with Moses persists as a controversy) and those, such as the Hutchinsonians, who analyzed the Bible as an ingenious cryptogram.
To help you get started, one letter is given in each cryptogram.
In 30 seconds, PuzzlePro can make a word search, jumble, cryptogram, or crossword puzzle from the selected vocabulary list and then print out the puzzle or save it as an electronic file for students to complete.
Some of these compound neologisms sound like they have escaped from a cryptogram.
David Loder's charge was always travelling nicely on this occasion before lengthening in style turning for home and eventually thrashing fellow 5-2 joint-favourite Cryptogram by six lengths.
variations on cryptogram themes Sefaa Esec, VL 258 (1904) a Besacas, VL 265 (1905).
2) After almost twelve hundred years of anonymity, her cryptogram was deciphered by Bernhard Bischoff in 1931.
Readers who solve the supposedly unsolvable cryptogram would enjoy the sense of being initiated into an elite club.
He further alleges that he discovered an ancient time-capsule cryptogram written in the stellar constellations that relates the galactic cause of the apocalypse that destroyed the ancient Egyptians.