Large Print Crosswords
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A family owned and operated business established in 1978 by James and Christine Lovatt, the company has stood the test of time to become a household name and a genuine Australian success story [ more...]
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When you think puzzles you think Lovatts – the market leaders in puzzle publishing throughout Australia and New Zealand.arrows: Each square with a clue is colored, and an accompanying arrow indicates whether the answer goes across or down. Royal National Institute of Blind People. All rights reserved. RNIB Enterprises Limited (with registered number 0887094) is a wholly owned trading subsidiary of the Royal National Institute of Blind People ("RNIB"), a charity registered in England and Wales (226227), Scotland (SC039316) and Isle of Man (1226). RNIB Enterprises Limited covenants all of its taxable profits to RNIB. Our large print puzzles solve just like a standard crossword puzzle, with the following differences: - All clue numbers in every grid are in large print, so there is no need to squint at tiny numbers in the grid - All clues are in large print - All solution grids are printed in large print If you currently solve crossword puzzles by using a magnifying glass or other visual enhancement aid to make the print larger, we hope you will find the font size large enough with our large print crossword book to make this unnecessary, allowing you to enjoy the puzzling experience even more so than usual!
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Other publications caught up on the hobby in the early 1920s. According to the crossword editor of the New York Times, "Solving crosswords eliminates worries; they make you a calmer and more focused person." The first British crossword puzzle was published in Pearson's Magazine in February 1922, and these versions were considered more difficult than their American equivalents.Here are a few scaled-down images to show you what the puzzle types look like. When you print them, they’ll be larger than what you see here.