The New York Times Acrostic Puzzles, Volume 8

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Macmillan, Apr 20, 2002 - Games - 64 pages
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50 puzzles from the New York Times
by Thomas H. Middleton

New York Times puzzles are America's Favorites

Millions of puzzle fans know that the New York Times is the gold standard in puzzling. Here is the next installment of 50 Acrostic puzzles, which appear every other week in the Sunday Times.


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About the author (2002)

Neil Jones has been the Records Manager for Trinity House since 2005, joining the Corporation from a background in museums. Responsible for marshalling the Corporation's history, archives and artefacts, he uses these often unique resources to create exhibitions and publications that highlight this fascinating history and helps others further their interests in lighthouses, navigation, genealogy and British maritime history.

Paul Ridgway's association with Trinity House goes back four decades, beginning as a PR assistant, then in Lighthouse Service operations at Headquarters on Tower Hill, as a consultant on PR and information matters. During this time he contributed to, or edited, Trinity House publications including its celebrated journal Flash. He has also assisted countless authors with their research into aids to navigation and related topics. For nearly a quarter of a century he edited the Bulletin of the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Services (IALA).

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