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11 December

This year, I was involved in starting Chalkdust Magazine. One of my roles for the magazine has been writing the £100 crossnumber puzzle.
What is the answer to 35 across in the first issue's crossnumber?

35A. The smallest number which is one more than triple its reverse. (3)
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