### December 2009 Puzzle

Contributor: Ian Tullis |

Put a single dot in some of the blank cells in the grid so that:

- Each of the six rows contains a different number of dots between 0 and 5, and the same is true of the six columns and the six green 2x3 boxes
- Each of the six yellow 3x2 boxes contains either no dots or a valid Braille letter A-Z in the usual orientation.

The answer will seem familiar to regular PotM solvers.

### Hints & Solution

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