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    Use columnar transposition cipher with keyword: Greek (keep e's in order), to decode the following message:

    VOESA IVENE MRTNL EANGE WTNIM HTMEE ADLTR NISHO DWOEH

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    There are 45 letters
    There are 5 letters in Greek, so I arrange them in five columns:

    The columns ...

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    The expert examines decoding a message encoded in a columnar transposition cipher. An example is provided.

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