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Orient hearing


It is a little known historical fact that the Great Man spent his (minimal) leisure time in the pursuit of ancient oriental sciences. My research has discovered that, in characteristic grandiose style, he devised the enclosed puzzle. He modestly based this puzzle on nine of the letters of his name Is(ambard) K Brunel.

Try it. Normal Su Doku rules apply.

Martin Redston

Put the letters IS K Brunel into the grid so that every square, every row and every column contains them all. (Solution on page 44)

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