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“Euro 2004 wordsearch is just a bit of cliched fun.”
“Nor on time-clock punchers, failed teachers completing "wordsearch" puzzles in DOE district office desk jobs, or naively conceived Special Education programs, which, because they don't work, are cost-ineffective.”
“Poetry should be more like a cryptic crossword than the junior jumble wordsearch.”
“Cute idea, despite the eyestrain, even I guess Mum is a fan of wordsearch puzzles?”
“So today my kids were doing a wordsearch and they were circling words in the -an word family.”
“The fact that Craigslist also provides a wordsearch function does not change the analysis.”
“Go to Youtbe and wordsearch the name Rabbi Wiess...”
“I will be bringing my Passover games wordsearch, jeopardy, four sons, and bingo to the seder.”
“We did find some more benign selections, such as a timed wordsearch puzzle and Bloons, in which a smiling monkey shoots darts at colorful balloons.”
“To celebrate finishing the proof-reading of the Autumn issue of Shimmer, I offer you a wordsearch based on the Autumn issue.”
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