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The doubly-true solution to the following English alphametic, a type of cryptarithm in which the letters make sensible words or phrases: THREE + THREE + TWO + TWO + ONE = ELEVEN. The object is to replace the letters of the alphabet with decimal digits to make a valid arithmetic sum. The term "alphametic" was coined by J. A. H. Hunter in 1955.


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