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puzzle

a toy, game, or question presenting a problem that requires skill or ingenuity for its solution
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Crossword Puzzle Treasury: Features 100 Entertaining Puzzles: Volume 1" (9780998832227, $9.
Cra-Z-Art, a prime manufacturer and leader in trendy toy, art and school supply products, announced today a strategic brand licensing agreement with Eastman Kodak Company to produce and distribute puzzles in the U.
When we started reaching out to these amazing artists to see if there was any interest in collaborating on original and offbeat illustrations for jigsaw puzzles, we quickly found out that many of their fans had already been asking for puzzle versions of their artwork for years now.
We found a direct relationship with word puzzle use frequency PROF KEITH WESNES on cognitive performance
We have a passion for jigsaw puzzles and AR technology and we want to reward puzzle lovers with real dollars each month through our monthly challenge, but we also like to remember those in need who cant afford to have a hobby.
THE CROSSWORD PUZZLE (1925) Ev'rywhere you may go nowadays, Ev'ryone cuts the same old caper.
Puzzles, like books, are items many consumers use just once before putting them in boxes or on shelves to collect dust.
Over 1,000 puzzles have been donated from the community with some family groups having assembled over 70 puzzles.
Encouraged by the idea of making something tangible Thomas Holdsworth invested in pedal powered jig saw machines, plywood and out-of-date calendar prints to make the very first Holdson puzzle.
Ravensburger, a German game company and market leader in the European jigsaw puzzle market for about 100 years now, released its digital jigsaw puzzle app in App Store.
And while solvers toil through Steinberg's Saturday grid over a cup (or three) of coffee, the teenager will be in Brooklyn at the 37th American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, or ACPT, speaking about his newest brainchild: a collaborative online database of New York Times crossword puzzles published between 1942 and 1993, when Shortz began as editor (puzzles published since then are already available online).
Lacuna had presented more than a thousand jigsaw puzzle frames and stands when she was conferred a record certificate by the GWR organizers in November 2012.