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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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95, PB, 126pp) is comprised of mind-bending puzzles in an entertaining collection are the same size as those found in daily newspapers--making it ideal for those who don't have time to solve a large puzzle but still love a challenge.
Cra-Z-Art is very excited to be partnering with Kodak to produce high quality puzzles with rich, sharp imagery, representative of the iconic brand.
The husband and wife team behind Bone Owl Puzzles, Allison and Jason Tanner, aim to help support the artistic community by providing a unique outlet to showcase the artist's original creations.
Prof Keith Wesnes, from the University of Exeter, said: "Performance was consistently better in those who reported engaging in puzzles, and generally improved incrementally with the frequency of puzzle use.
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.
Customers can buy puzzles at the store, so the idea for the library began when those customers would come in the store and talk about the extra puzzles they had sitting at home.
LONG BEFORE SUDOKU, another number puzzle called the15 Puzzle took the world by storm.
There will be puzzles for all tastes - children's puzzles, traditional country scenes, 3D, doublesided, murder mystery, crossword, impossipuzzles, wasgij and mirror image.
The company was established in July 1939 after discovering a gap in the local market for wooden puzzles.
mt=8) According to the company : "We are uniting the traditions and experiences from the classical world of puzzles with the advantages and opportunities of the digital world.
It may surprise you to learn that this Saturday's New York Times crossword puzzlethe most difficult puzzle of the week and a wicked mental undertakingwas built by a 17-year-old who lives with his parents in the Los Angeles suburb of Rancho Palos Verdes.
Tagaytay City, Cavite -- Hobbyist Georgina Gil-Lacuna remains the Guinness World Records titleholder with her big vast jigsaw puzzles collection - including her 32,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, the biggest ever in the world - at her sprawling guesthouse, here.