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First, there is the belated launch of the talented young cartoonist Ben Jennings in i. His acerbic take on the news events of the day and his dramatic style really stood out in our recent competition to find new talent...I apologise to readers who
Normal Sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within dotted lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by dotted lines...Buy the Observer or subscribe to our Digital Edition to
The instantly recognizable bronze sculpture -- 79 inches high and weighing one ton -- and is one of 12 authorized by the Musee Rodin in Paris, which has the right to cast editions of the 19th century sculptor's work. Stanford has had its "Thinker"
In search of the world's hardest possible Sudoku puzzle In less than a decade, Sudoku has gone from obscure logic puzzle to global phenomenon. Scientists have built up an entire sub-field of mathematics around this game, mostly to answer one question:
Sunday's newspaper features both Sunday's and Monday's NYT puzzle. Sunday's NYT is in the Entertainment section, as usual, and Monday's NYT puzzle is in the Sports section...A: Both Sunday's and Monday's Classifieds puzzles will be in Sunday's
It seems singularly appropriate that Tuesday's comics pages appear in this Healthy Living section...Studies spanning all sorts of health and social agencies show that laughter is great medicine for maintaining mental acuity, and even physical health.
on 28th November 2011 A coach driver has been sacked after being caught on camera doing a Sudoku puzzle while driving children to school. The damning picture, taken by a pupil on a mobile phone, shows the driver balancing a puzzle book on his
Calver, 26, has been competing in world puzzle championships for a decade. Earlier this week, he placed 18th at the world sudoku championship and 21st at the world puzzle championship, which includes more logic-and number-based puzzles, in Hungary.
Wednesday morning radio alarm sounds, and I stumble to the breakfast table for my first cup of coffee and The Union. I see the Board of Supes did/did not appoint a committee, a dog was arrested for flashing a police badge, trouble on San Juan Ridge.
October 9, 2011 The Hindu The inventor of Sudoku should be given a Nobel Prize. A wonderful pastime for elders who are retired and have nothing much to do, Sudoku is an interesting, engrossing exercise and time-consuming on days when it is hard. I am