Yes­ter­day’s so­lu­tion:

The Press and Journal (Moray) - - YOUR LIFE -

EACH cell in an out­lined block must con­tain a digit: a two-cell block con­tains the dig­its 1 and 2, a three-cell block con­tains the dig­its 1, 2 and 3; and so on. The same digit must not ap­pear in neigh­bour­ing cells, not even di­ag­o­nally. HOW many words of four let ers or more can you make from this Nono­gram? Each word must use the cen­tral let er, and each let er may be used once only. At least one nine-let er word can be found. We found 52 words - can you do bet er? Any word found in the Ox­ford Dic­tio­nary of English is el­i­gi­ble with the fol­low­ing ex­cep­tions: proper nouns, plu­ral nouns, pro­nouns and pos­ses­sives; third per­son sin­gu­lar verbs; hy­phen­ated words; con­trac­tions and ab­bre­vi­a­tions; vul­gar slang words; vari­ant spellings of the same word (where an­other vari­ant is also el­i­gi­ble).

Agent, anew, angst, ante, eaten, gan­net, gean, gene, genet, gnat, gnaw, neat, neaten, negate, nest, new­est, news, NEWSAGENT, newt, sane, sang, sateen, sawn, seen, sent, sewn, snag, swan, tang, teen, tense, twang, wane, want, wean, went FILL the blank squares so each row and col­umn con­tains all the num­bers 1 to 5. Use any given num­bers and the sym­bols telling you if the num­ber in the square is larger (>) or smaller (<) than the num­ber next to it. THERE is just one sim­ple rule in Su­doku. Each row and each col­umn must con­tain the num­bers 1 to 9, and so must each 3 x 3 box. This is a logic puz­zle, and you should not have to guess.

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