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## Hark! Who Goes There? Why, It's A Puzzle For A 'Guard'

This is a game of categories based on the word "guard." For each category given, name something in it starting with each of the letters G-U-A-R-D.

## Hark! Who Goes There? Why, It's A Puzzle For A 'Guard'

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## When It Comes To The Puzzle, Don't Mail It In — Just Exchange A Letter

Given two words in this week's puzzle, move one letter from one of hem and insert it in the other — without changing the order of any of the letters — to get two synonyms.

## When It Comes To The Puzzle, Don't Mail It In — Just Exchange A Letter

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## For A Sunny, Punny Sunday Trip, How About A Trip To The Grocery Isle?

Every answer this week is a pun on a well-known food brand at a grocery or supermarket.

## For A Sunny, Punny Sunday Trip, How About A Trip To The Grocery Isle?

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## Want To Get An A? Better Know Your Words Backward And Forward

For each question in this week's puzzle, you'll be given a word ending in the letter A. Anagram each of them to get a familiar word starting with A.

## Want To Get An A? Better Know Your Words Backward And Forward

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## Do You Remember The First 3 Letters Of September?

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## It's A Race To The End — Of The Alphabet

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## The Answer Remains The Same, Whichever Way You Want To Look At It

Every answer in this week's puzzle is a nine-letter phrase that's a palindrome — in other words, it reads the same both forward and backward.

## The Answer Remains The Same, Whichever Way You Want To Look At It

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## Name That Celebrity! All You Have To Do Is Rhyme

This week, each answer is a famous person's name. Each name rhymes with a made-up two-word phrase.

## Name That Celebrity! All You Have To Do Is Rhyme

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## The End Remains The Same. All You've Got To Do Is Find It

Given the first words of familiar three-word phrases that have "of" in the middle and the same words at the end, find the final word in the phrase.

## The End Remains The Same. All You've Got To Do Is Find It

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## Hoping For 2 Of A Kind? Better Mix Things Up A Bit

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## Hey Puzzlers, Ready For Some H-O-T Stuff?

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## Better Get Revved Up For A Puzzle Stuffed With V's And E's

In this week's puzzle, you'll get two clues for two words. Insert the letters V-E somewhere inside the first word to get the second one.

## Better Get Revved Up For A Puzzle Stuffed With V's And E's

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## Prepare For Double Trouble In This Week's Puzzle — And A Swarm Of B's

Every answer in this week's puzzle is a word with a double-B, like "rabbit." Rearrange the letters in the word provided to get the answer.

## Prepare For Double Trouble In This Week's Puzzle — And A Swarm Of B's

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