## Thursday puzzles: boxes

#### Puzzle 1

1217 Boxes RS 12-11-15

We have five separate boxes. Each box contains five different letters. Drawing one letter from each box can form these words. What letters are in the same box?

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12

11

15

1217 Boxes RS 12-11-15

We have five separate boxes. Each box contains five different letters. Drawing one letter from each box can form these words. What letters are in the same box?

di

10

11

15

1213 Neighbours irregular RS 10-11-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row, column and black outlined region, each digit appears three times. Numbers in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same number. Numbers in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same number. All grey cells are given.

zo

27

09

15

1125 Neighbours boxes RS 27-09-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row, column and black outlined 3×3 box, each digit appears three times. Numbers in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same number. Numbers in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same number. All grey cells are given.

zo

06

09

15

1083 Neighbours 9×9 RS 06-09-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears three times. Numbers in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same number. Numbers in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same number. All grey cells are given.

do

30

07

15

1007 Neighbours 6×6 30-07-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears two times. Numbers in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same number. Numbers in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same number. All grey cells are given.

do

16

07

15

0979 Neighbours irregular RS 16-07-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears two times. Numbers in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same number. Numbers in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same number. All grey cells are given.

do

09

07

15

0965 Boxes RS 09-07-15

We have five separate boxes. Each box contains five different letters. Drawing one letter from each box can form these words. What letters are in the same box?

di

07

07

15

0961 Neighbours 6×6 07-07-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears two times. Digits in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same digit. Digits in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same digit. All grey cells are given.

wo

24

06

15

0935 Neighbours 9×9 24-06-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears three times. Digits in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same digit. Digits in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same digit. All grey cells are given.

za

13

06

15

0913 Neighbours 6×6 13-06-15

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears two times. Digits in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same digit. Digits in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same digit. All grey cells are given.

Place digits 1–3 in the grid so that in each row and column, each digit appears two times. Digits in grey cells do not share an edge with a cell containing the same digit. Digits in white cells share an edge with at least one cell containing the same digit. All grey cells are given.

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