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Concord Grapes JIGSAW Puzzle Game

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00 : 28
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00 : 45

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 52
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05 : 29

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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04 : 07
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17 : 25

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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06 : 58
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35 : 33

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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10 : 59
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1 : 20 : 42

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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24 : 58
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2 : 17 : 03

About The Concord Grapes Jigsaw Puzzle Game:

The skin of a Concord grape is typically dark blue or purple, and often is covered with a lighter-colored "bloom" that can be rubbed off. These grapes have large seeds and are highly aromatic. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice, grape-flavored soft drinks, candy and wine. The Concord grape was developed in 1849 by Ephraim Wales Bull in Concord, Massachusetts.

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