UniDigits from Squared Triples

To find 3 consecutive odd
integers, all less than 100, such that the sum of their squares forms a
Unidigit (that is, all its digits are the same). Thus, for integer abc,
a^{2} + b^{2} +c^{2}
equals a Unidigital. |

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