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In the standard version of this puzzle type, there is a grid which has 26 rows and an odd number of columns (typically 11 or 13) and all the cells except the center column are pre-filled with letters. The solver must fill the letters A through Z into the empty cells so that each row contains a word of some minimum length in a group of consecutive letters. Sometimes (as in a Double Alphabet Soup or 52-skiddoo) there are two columns each to be filled with the alphabet).
Also called: 26-skiddoo puzzle, 52-skiddoo puzzle, Alphabet Soup (Penny Press)
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