This month The SpecGram Puzzle Elves™ are pleased to introduce a new puzzle type
A small batch of TDL puzzles has been dropped off at our offices, and the Elves are publishing each in turn as they are transcoded out of AutoGrammatikon Atemporal Normal Form ΦIV::ʔ¿/42!π (Part B). The first is presented below.
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For each word with blanks, use letters from the word or words above to fill in the blanks, repeating as necessary (and it will be oh-so-
If you think you’ve figured out the answers, submit your solution to the editors of SpecGram by May 15, 2015, and you could win a prize.* Solutions and winners will be announced in the July issue.
The answers to last month’s Συυιτχεροο
The following puzzlemeisters were chosen from among all correct submissions and will receive a SpecGram prize of their choosing (while supplies last).
Adam Bernard • Adam Hesterberg • James Campbell
Numerous additional puzzlers have been selected for honorable mention status; they receive no material prizes, but glory is theirs!
Keith Slater • Suze Marsupial • Thomas Brasdefer • Virginia Bouchard
* Note that SpecGram Anti-
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