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more than one solution

Keeping up my aim of doing at least one puzzle a day, I enjoy doing this Cross Number type puzzle whenever I happen across a newspaper with it in. I thought the below example must surely be an error? Normally you are given between 6 and 8 minutes something depending on difficulty, but this says 25 seconds!?

Having quickly spotted the ‘trick’ however, it was completely in under half a minute. The “there may be more than one solution” disclaimer on puzzles always makes me laugh.

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