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CIA Puzzle anagrams

Rearranging the letters of 'CIA Puzzle' (Crytograms) gives:

Pizza Clue.(by Jim Banholzer using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"Ace Sleuth Sherlock Holmes" -> "A Homer's cheesecloth skull." (by Jim Banholzer) (2009) (pending approval)
"Ace Sleuth Sherlock Holmes" -> "Electroshock mushes a hell." (by Jim Banholzer) (2009) (pending approval)
"Ace Sleuth Sherlock Holmes" -> "A hoot screeches skull helm." (by Jim Banholzer) (2009) (pending approval)
"A collection of Sherlock Holmes detective stories." -> "Coveted crime classics tell of hooknose title-hero." (by Tony Crafter using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"Sherlock Holmes (Private Detective)" -> "Top crime solver. He tackled thieves." (by Jean by hand) (2005)
"The private detective Sherlock Holmes" -> "The top crime solver tackled thieves, eh?" (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2005)
"Sherlock Holmes, detective" -> "Clever. Old-time. Shocks thee!" (by Stanley Accrington by hand) (2008) (pending approval)
"Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes" -> "Ergo, he's namely the oldest (clever) dick." (by Ritchie Hardin using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes" -> "Sleuth soon checked any small horror." (by Hans-Peter Reich using Anagram Genius) (2004)
See also:
Future anagrammist
Sudoku puzzle
Flummery
Sherlock Holmes (and Dr.Watson)
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes
mad Hatter
Smart Genius
Anagram Jerk
Anagrammist
Alice in Wonderland

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