Puzzles Issue 337

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By Ruby Rosenthal, Puzzles editor

Haven't picked up a copy of Epigram yet? Find this week's puzzles here!

Jig Crystal

Fill in the four 8-letter words around the edges of the grid so that each shares its first and last letter with its neighbours. Then, fill in the 4-letter words so that one appears in each of the hexagonal groups of 4 spaces. These can read clockwise or anti-clockwise, and all share at least one letter with a neighbouring shape.
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Digito

Place each number from 1-9 in the grid so that the sum of the three numbers in each row and column add to the totals on the right of and below the grid
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Space Theme Cryptogram

Here, the letters that make up a popular quote have been substituted by numbers. To solve the puzzle, you have to figure out what the actual letters are and then use them all to make up the quote.
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