The Purloined Letters

A database created by a software engineer has raised questions over whether old New York Times crossword puzzles were copied in other publications. ... “There was no way to track this before,” [Times crossword editor Will Shortz] said. “This is something new.”—New York Times, March 5, 2016

A private eye never goes looking for a femme fatale, but an 11-letter word for “seductress” had just walked into my office, and she had legs on her that went all the way from 14 across to 61...

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