Christmas crypto code puzzle

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Check out our christmas cryptogram selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our puzzles shops. The final part of the puzzle showed 12 different challenges that needed solving, including algebra, a cipher and graph theory. GCHQ said the. Every page has two secret code style puzzles, and all of them are based on the names of well known holiday carols and songs. The hint for each puzzle is a line.
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They are often quite difficult and usually played by older children, teens and adults! From jigsaw puzzles to acrostics , logic puzzles to drop quotes , numbergrids to wordtwist and even sudoku and crossword puzzles , we run the gamut in word puzzles , printable puzzles and logic games. Some examples are don't , they've , he'll , he's , I'm , she'd , etc. A partially-decoded word like H, for example, will probably end in -CH, -PH, -SH or -TH, just because there are very few other letters that can pair up with H near the end of a word.