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    PuzzLex 6.02 - Crossword, Anagram and Word Puzzle Solver


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Size: 9.66 MB
License: Shareware
OS: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP
Developer:N Bentley ( more programs)
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Publisher's Description:

     Crossword Solver.

PuzzLex will help you to solve a wide range of word-based puzzles, such as crosswords, incomplete words, anagrams, multiple-word anagrams, and Countdown. Use the integrated Crossword Grid or simply type in the known letters of a word representing any unknown letters with a question mark. The program will search its comprehensive lexicons of words and phrases to show a listing of all possible matching words. The lexicon offers over 280,000 words. (Evaluation version only allows access to words up to 8 letters in length)

You can add and delete words, create your own lexicons, or import one from other sources. Registration provides the ability to search for words up to 30 characters in length.

PuzzLex also contains over 100,000 definitions, synonyms and antonyms.

If you're a word-puzzle enthusiast, PuzzLex is an essential tool.
 

 
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Marina on June 20 2013 01:30:19
Everybody's a genius roleractivety following the death of a loved one or friend by suicide. It's then that they proclaim that all of the signs were present. They proceed to mention them. How wonderfully perceptive. If they're so brilliant, send them out to find the people who are definitely going to kill themselves tomorrow, next week or six months from now. I've known several police officers who have done that and, although the usual crowd, the second guessers and Monday morning quarterbacks claimed that the indications were present, mostly they weren't. The vast majority dealt with the same stressors, often considerably less severe, encountered by the police officers who didn't take their own lives. Who really knows?
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