The nice weather will continue for the rest of the week. It is a game called “Word Collect.” Each slide has a jumble of letters that makes up one or more words using all of the letters. Once the puzzle is opened, use tabs in the upper right to print the puzzle, read instructions, change difficulty level, change sound options and access previous puzzles. A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. Sudbury Breaking News, latest happenings, events and updates in North Ontario. Who we are is defined by what we hold dear, and what we believe as individuals.

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Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont. on Wednesday May 20, 2020. Sudbury Star Staff More from Sudbury Star Staff. The game is similar to the daily feature in The Sudbury Star known as “Jumble,” where participants unjumble four words in order to uncover clues to help answer the question of the day. Published on: May 21, 2020 | Last Updated: May 21, 2020 9:09 PM EDT Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle along the Bell Park boardwalk. Small words also co-exist with the same letters. There should be no surprise at all that we are not all alike.

For example: “Low” and “owl,” or “tea” and “ate.” Sometimes the same letters can be re-formed into a variety of words. We did a lot of welcoming. You let us know that, most of all, you wanted the crossword puzzle’s location placed so that it would not be across the fold and you certainly missed the Jumble puzzle. In particular, the same letters (when rearranged) may form words that have vastly different meanings.

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When we made changes to our comics and puzzles earlier this month, we welcomed your feedback. on Wednesday May 20, 2020.

The same may be said of “alert,” “alter,” and “later.” All three contain the same letters, but how they are arranged provides very different meanings. I do have one application, however, that has captured my amusement. A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. 158 Elgin St. Sudbury, ON P3E 3N5 ph: (705) 673-5667 Send Feedback Another way I have proven I am not yet a 21st-century fellow is through the number of apps I have on my phone. © 2020 Sudbury Star. In this March 13, 2019 file photo, Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps are are displayed on an iPhone.

All rights reserved. One can order curtains, rugs, clothes, shoes, furniture, toiletries – you name it, and it is available online. You let us know that, most of all, you wanted the crossword puzzle’s location placed so that it would not be across the fold and you certainly missed the Jumble puzzle.

Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont. But don’t forget to check out our new features — the weekend puzzles page on C7 and the fun trivia/social media page on B10 — as well as our Saturday Puzzler crossword on page C4. So what is my point? Then one is to find as many 2, 3, 4 or more letter words that may be made from that same array of letters. You can find it today on page B7. A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. When we fail to discern what our individual values, purpose, and identity are, we are incapable of making meaningful decisions, and we “cede” to others control of our lives. Sudbury Star - a place for remembering loved ones; a space for sharing memories, life stories, milestones, to express condolences, and celebrate life of your loved ones.

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Visit the Toronto Star's Diversions section for online crosswords and more! Beyond being a harmless source of amusement, this game has taught me how diverse and interesting the English language is. Exclusive local news coverage, reviews, opinion, photo galleries, videos and much more from Sudbury Star. The word “decide” and the word “ceded” are made from the same letters, with one exception: “decide” has an “I” in it, whereas “ceded” does not.

A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. This has been a trend that had been noteworthy for a few years now, but the number of contacts has mushroomed during the shutdowns from the COVID-19 pandemic. Jumble is returning to The Sudbury Star.

Dr. Bill Steadman Faith columnist. Try the free daily universal crossword puzzles at thestar.com. To start, I do not have a high-end phone with all kinds of capabilities. on Wednesday May 20, 2020. Let me give you some examples. — Brian MacLeod, Managing Editor, The Sudbury Star. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

The participant is invited to discern what that word or words may be, and record them in the answer line. All rights reserved.

© 2020 Sudbury Star. An insight I learned from the Bible that was subsequently confirmed by playing “Word Collect” on my phone. “Sparse,” “spears,” “spares,” “passer,” and “parses” are just a few of the words that can be made from the same collection of letters. We did a lot of welcoming. My phone does not talk to me, nor I to it. We may have the same basic elements of life, but each one of us is unique. on Wednesday May 20, 2020. You can find it today on page B7. Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont. Starting Monday, Jumble can be found on our daily puzzles and comics page. The words “lovely” and “volley” are made with the same letters, but have vastly different meanings. John Lappa/Sudbury Star…

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AP Photo/Jenny Kane. The client was not given the opportunity to put restrictions on the content or review it prior to publication. John Lappa / The game is similar to the daily feature in The Sudbury Star known as “Jumble,” where participants unjumble four words in order to uncover clues to help answer the question of the day. As one who lives in the bush, I am amused by the invitations: “We are shipping to Hilton Beach right now – order through us.”. As well, starting Monday, the layout of our puzzles and comics page will be changed so lexicographical enthusiasts won’t have to flip the paper over to look at clues and the grid on our daily crossword. A member of Sun Media Community Newspapers part of Postmedia Network. This section was produced by the editorial department.

Published on: May 21, 2020 | Last Updated: May 21, 2020 3:05 AM EDT. Each new day I am amazed at the number of companies that write to me seeking my online business. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont.

Jumble is returning to The Sudbury Star. If we can re-order letters in a variety of ways to make a great variety of words, then maybe we should not be so surprised that as humans we have such vastly different approaches to life, diverse understanding of our surroundings, and multiple ways to discern what is valuable and meaningful. Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont. Play Washington Post’s daily crossword puzzles online for free. John Lappa/Sudbury Star. Starting Monday, Jumble can be found on our daily puzzles and comics page.

Published on: October 11, 2020 | Last Updated: October 11, 2020 3:56 AM EDT, More from Rev. You can check out our other games online at games.washingtonpost.com. One of the reasons I buy a daily newspaper is to do the “Jumble” puzzle, along with the daily crossword on the same page, so the game “Word Collect” naturally coincides with my interests.


I am not one who is lured by the promise of online shopping. The Rev. Most of these invitations go unnoticed – or at least unanswered. on Wednesday May 20, 2020. The nice weather will continue for the rest of the week. All rights reserved. In this March 13, 2019 file photo, Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps are are displayed on an iPhone. Raymonde Gerow enjoys the solitude, scenery and sunshine while doing a crossword puzzle in Sudbury, Ont. One of the reasons I buy a daily newspaper is to do the “Jumble” puzzle, along with the daily crossword on the same page, so the game “Word Collect” naturally coincides with my interests.

That leads me to my most significant insight from this seemingly uneventful game.