Earlier today I set you the following puzzle.
Place a different letter in each of the 26 empty white cells of the grid below to make ten common English words. Each letter of the alphabet is used exactly once. The words read along the horizontal lines.
The solution is:
I hope you enjoyed today’s puzzle. I’ll be back in two weeks.
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