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Ah, once again, the frozen scales of winter begin to fall, and the celebration which symbolizes romance is upon us; yes, Valentine's Day is here.  We love love, so we're looking at the iconic images which surround this ancient celebration. There is more than meets the eye.
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To share the message that each of us is a piece of this planet's complex and interdependent fabric, Dowdle is releasing a new puzzle, WORLD PIECES. This collage celebrates everything from the mountains to the oceans; it recognizes some of humanity's extraordinary accomplishments; and the wide variety of life with whom we share our spinning blue home. We are all pieces of a whole, and we are happy to present our latest puzzle, World Pieces.

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Dowdle has produced over 10 million puzzles.  These have been shared by millions more. "I feel incredibly blessed to have been apart of so many people's lives," Eric said," I hope to be able to keep doing this for years to come.  I still believe in bringing people together one puzzle piece at a time."
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Why is January 1 New Year’s Day?  I mean, it is how most of us grew up, and it is what our culture tells us is New Years, but why? The bottom line is because someone said it was, and pretty much every around them said, "Okay, why not?" There is more to it than that, but it's a pretty good summation. Still, January 1 is not recognized as New Year’s Day by everyone and not everywhere.  Here is why and how you can use it.
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 Your puzzle arrives. You remove the sleeve, open the box, and breathe in that new puzzle aroma, ahhhhhhh.  You move to your puzzle assembly area, gently remove the bag with the pieces, carefully open the bag and then, ever so gently, like a skilled surgeon, pour the puzzle tiles out.
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December is the darkest month of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. The slide into darkness starts every year on June 22. Every day those in the northern hemisphere lose light, an imperceptible degree at first but ever-increasing daily. The...
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