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  • n. Plural form of sudoku.


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  • By day: solving sudokus and awkward facial expressions; by night: redefining the centre ground of politics and smashing unaccountable media barons.

    Dr Gerry Mander: the therapist the stars trust

  • As magazines and newspapers cut pages to save money, crossword puzzles, acrostics, sudokus and other games are being left on the production-room floor.

    Sunday Reading

  • I usually skip briskly through these to get to the puzzles on the back page, so I can get the crossword and codeword done by Vauxhall, leaving the fiendish and killer sudokus to the tube journey to Kings Cross - with the Polygon in reserve if it is the beginning of the week (when the sudokus are easier).

    April 2009

  • Mr Clee wrote a long piece in yesterday's Times, which I read with interest on my morning train journey (causing me to defer the crossword and sudokus until a later time), with the title The decline and fall of books.


  • I am utterly exhausted, too, so looking forward to getting home, and too tired to read really or do sudokus (I bought a book of same here in the airport) or what-have-you.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • - Take a book, an mp3 player, crossword puzzles, sudokus, psp or a pc lap top with you; anything to keep your mind busy.

    Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  • I played Solitaire on the seat back console or worked on some sudokus for most of it.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • At BEA, rosefox and I wandered past the booth of a Japanese puzzle publisher, who gave us each a book of puzzles (Kakuro for Rose, and really hard sudokus for me).

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Only today are we even beginning to explore these mystifying connections, to unravel that beguiling double-helix, with its strange enigmas and conundrums and brain-teasers and sudokus.

    Jeff Dorchen: Will Americans Ever Put a Person Genetically Predisposed to Choleric Temperament in the White House?

  • It seems that more and more research shows how people who are mentally active throughout their lives, either through their jobs, or doing puzzles, sudokus ... are, of course up to a point, better prepared to deal with problems such as TBI.

    Alvaro Fernandez: ABC Reporter Bob Woodruff's Incredible Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury


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