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 (SE 7.1) Basics to 26//SS (6)a8=e8-e4=bc4 =>-6a6; basics to 391. (8=2)f7-ef9=(2-4)h9=(4-6)i9=(6)i7 =>-8i7; basics to 402. (8=2)f7-ef9=(2-4)h9=i9-i5=d5-(4=8)d3 =>-8f3; singles to 81 10/Jul/17 2:30 AM |  |
 Is coloured glass the same as stained glass? 10/Jul/17 3:10 AM |  |
 Basic techniques to UP 26.1. (6): a8 = a6 - bc4 = e4 => -6e8 ; UP 392. (9)e1 = e8 - (9=718)h8|g98 - [(7,8)=1]f8 - (1=2)f1 => -2e1 ; UP 81 10/Jul/17 3:12 AM |  |
 basics to 26w turbot (6)a8=e8-e4=bc4 -> -6a6; singles to 39.#1 (9)d7=e8-(9=7)h8-(7=1)g9-eg8=f8-(1=2)f1-(2=8)f7-(8=6)i7 -> -68d7; singles to 81. 10/Jul/17 3:16 AM |  |
 #27 6?@a6=>b7=6=>e8=6=>d7=9=>e1=9=>b1=1=>d1=3=>d2=8=>147@d356=>d9={}=>a6&L T;>6#40 1?@f1=>e1=2=>e8=9=>g8=1=>g9=7=>h8={}=>f1<>1VHBC to #81V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this More... 10/Jul/17 6:53 AM |  |
 d9={}=>a6&L T;>6d9={}=>a6<>6 10/Jul/17 6:54 AM |  |
 There is no difference in the glass. It's just that stained glass is used to refer to windows with pictorial elements, while as in this photo the glass is simply colored/coloured. 10/Jul/17 9:01 AM |  |
 Sarah for the info. 11/Jul/17 4:12 AM |  |

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