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Puzzle #31: Strum Along (with Steve Mossberg)


 This week's puzzle is a themed collaboration with the esteemed Steve Mossberg. We're really excited to share this one with you, and hope you have as much fun solving as we did constructing it. 


Mmm, raspberry mille feuille






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