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Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Speaking of Puzzles ... Got a bit of a kick this weekend, when I found out (thanks to a woman who called me from Florida) that genius Parade columnist Marilyn Vos Savant ran a question I emailed: "What quality is shared by these words: on, art, time, crate, pleats?" She gives the general answer (posted today on her Web site) but lets you figure out the rest. For the full answer, click on "comments" below.