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Source: Alex Bellos's Monday puzzle

Fill in the following crossnumber grid so that each clue describes the solution.

For example, if some clues read "TEN DS", "ONE X" and "THREE ES" then there will be ten Ds, one X and three Es in the completed grid. The entries in the crossword include the spaces.