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June 13, 2024

Crossword: Across the Ages and Down the Pages

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This week’s theme: an abbreviated history of publishing for cruciverbalists.

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An abbreviated history of publishing for cruciverbalists.
17A. WRITTEN LANGUAGE
29A. SHAKESPEARE
36A. PRINTING PRESS; paper; periodicals
49A. ASHLAND.NEWS
61A. CROSSWORD PUZZLE; Sator Square; New York World; NYT crossword

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