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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)
"Real brain teaser" -> "Learn, bear satire." (by Jim banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Codebreaker Alan Mathison Turing" -> "Bloke churned anagram iterations." (by Jason Lofts) (2018) (pending approval)
"Codebreaker Alan Mathison Turing" -> "So that rare brain unlocked Enigma." (by Jason Lofts) (2015) (pending approval)
"To break my old cuneiform ciphers alphabet code." -> "Take code before abled polymaths microchip run." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Happy codes breaker" -> "Perky as op breached." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Fruit from Mars" -> "Affirms rum rot." (by Jim Banholzer) (2009) (pending approval)
"Fruit from Mars" -> "Farm fits rumor." (by Jim Banholzer) (2009) (pending approval)
"Fruit from Mars" -> "Firm star forum." (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)
"Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes" -> "Ergo, he's namely the oldest (clever) dick." (by Ritchie Hardin using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"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)
"Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes" -> "Sleuth soon checked any small horror." (by Hans-Peter Reich using Anagram Genius) (2004)
""It is all Greek to me!"" -> ""Gemlike!" - Aristotle." (by David Bourke using Anagram Genius) (2002)
"Make fun anagrams" -> "Manage fun karmas." (by Jim Banholzer) (2015) (pending approval)
"The Clue in the Crossword Cipher by Carolyn Keene" -> "Psychic sleuth Nancy Drew been here to rile crook?" (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2005)
"Love is the answer to fill my heart" -> "Whatever lioness to heal Mr. Fitly." (by Jim Banholzer by hand) (2017) (pending approval)
"Curly-Joe's bane" -> "Censurable joy." (by Jim Banholzer) (2018) (pending approval)
"Curly-Joe's bane" -> "Cruel nosey jab." (by Jim Banholzer) (2018) (pending approval)
"Curly-Joe's bane" -> "Unreels coy jab." (by Jim Banholzer) (2018) (pending approval)
"To break my old alphabet cuneiform cipher..." -> "...Take abled polymath before microchip run." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Marg, Ana draw K-cab" -> "Backward anagram." (by Jim Banholzer by hand) (2017) (pending approval)
"Nonsensical three word anagram" -> "Scans warm-hearted groan online." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Talk too much" -> "Math lockout." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
"Philo Farnsworth" -> "Whir proton flash." (by Jim Banholzer) (2015) (pending approval)
"Philo Farnsworth" -> "Whirls photon far." (by Jim Banholzer) (2015) (pending approval)
"I know that I know nothing" -> "A nonthinking kowtow hit." (by Jim Banholzer) (2017) (pending approval)
See also:
A codes breaker
A eccentric's odd spheres.
I spy a lot
It's all Greek to me
Future anagrammist
Crossword clue to fill answer
Curley-Joe's bane
Bonanza prize
To break cuneiform cipher
Flummery
Sudoku puzzle
Truth or Consequences
Cruciverbalist
Cryptanalysis
Decipher cryptic jottings
Esoteric knowledge
Steganography
The Da Vinci Code's a Catholic taboo.
The Enigma Codes
Secret agent code
A Captain Crunch whistle
Tingling spidey sense
CIA disinformation
A surreal Presidency
Why above Top Secret?
Crytographic expert
He's slap happy.
Undetected spy
Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes (and Dr.Watson)
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The perfect crime
Impossible Concentration
Western Union
Cuneiform
Operator
Foolish anagrammist
Anagram Jerk
mad Hatter
Smart Genius
northwest ,oboe clue
I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue
Abner meets Curley-Joe
The Royal Nonesuch
Free hugs
Talk to your baby (using real words)... it boosts their brain
Satire
Harry Stonecipher
Dyslectic anagram
Anagrammist
Blather and prattle
Complete and utter gibberish
Elf at blueberry stems
Blatherskite.
Trump blithely taunts Kim
boldfaced lies
Buffoonery
Spout reefer dopiness
Alice in Wonderland
Gandalf The Grey.
Malapropism
Whiffle-waffle
Gods arena
Is mind the highest value?
Television
Leader oaths
Loaded women win truth
Cryptographers
Triple agent
Algorithm results
Labyrinths and mazes
Icelandic elves
Extrasensory perception
Maths instructor
Old Kinderhook

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