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unscramble

To decrypt a secret message. See scramble.
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After unscrambling the sentences, participants were asked to complete a number of tasks that required self-control - enduring discomfort, delaying gratification, exerting patience, and refraining from impulsive responses.
Also, students should be given full credit for solving the word puzzle even without unscrambling every word choice if they are able to skip the preliminary steps and ascertain the correct answer.
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Supplies robots and custom downstream automation for conveying, unscrambling, assembling, stacking, sleeving, and packing and palletizing molded containers, lids and other products.
Once you unscramble them all, complete this double puzzle by unscrambling all of the circled letters to find the answer to the final puzzle!
They are often useful in unscrambling esoteric or hidden parts of malicious code, and are often exchanged with other researchers as part of the effort of taking apart a new piece of malware.
I just loaded Office XP and I expect great things from it--such as being able to easily add a graphic in an Excel 2000 header, which always has been more complicated than unscrambling the books of a crooked business.
Students progress from recognizing correct spellings to unscrambling letters to filling in the blanks to finally spelling the words completely on their own.
Though high-level Russian codes remained unbroken, the NSA had greater success penetrating and unscrambling Soviet communications traffic (Comint, in the professional jargon).
At least as many antennas pick up the jumbled broadcasts, feeding them into an unscrambling circuit.