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Was King George V really crowned there?
13/Jun/17 12:20 AM
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1. Unique possibilities to 24.
2. Whether d8=6,af9=23,d9=7;OR d8=7;e3=7.UP44.
3. Whether e6=5=g5,e4=2;OR f5=5,g5=3;h5=2 &c4=3.UP81.
13/Jun/17 1:14 AM
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lcls to 24
1. Sue de Coq {a9, AALS df9, d8} with (23) and (67) as restricted commons:
(23)a9-23-(2367)df9-67-(67)d8 => -6f7, -7e7.d13, -23b9, -3g9; lcls to 44
2. Kraken (238)b5 =>-2e4; singles to 81

Note, in step #1, More...
13/Jun/17 2:46 AM
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SE 7.3
#1 SSTS to UP24.
#2 (5)h2=h1-(5=HT(267))d189-(6=23)af9-(2)d9=(1235)bcdf1 -> -5h1; UP44.
#3 (2)h5=(2-8)b5=f5-(8=2)e4 -> -2h4; UP81
13/Jun/17 4:13 AM
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#25 7?@d1=>d8=6=>d9=2=>f9=3=>a9={}=>d1<>7=>79@hi1=>h1<>5 #31 23@af9=>d9<>2
#45 8?@f5=>e4=2=>c4=3=>b5=2=>a….i6<>2=>f5<>8
VHBC to #81
V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this More...
13/Jun/17 7:18 AM
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Interesting historical photo !
Thanks For sharing Kate
13/Jun/17 7:21 AM
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Hi Cenoman according to Google
'Sue de Coq'
was previously known as
13/Jun/17 7:26 AM
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13/Jun/17 8:06 AM
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Hi Les,
Right, the original post is still available here:
The 'Sue de Coq' name is better known than the one proposed by Sue de Coq himself. I learnt it (in French) under this name and I like it (both the technique and the name)
Best regards, cenoman.
13/Jun/17 8:36 AM
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Hi Cenoman
I live in a Court but it is now increasingly being called being called 'Cal de Sac'.
It seems to me that if people here want to sound more sophisticated they choose the French translation. This is a tribute to the perception people here have of all things French. Some even think your wine is better.
Au Revoir Les.
13/Jun/17 7:20 PM
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Hi Les,
I guess you meant 'Cul de sac' (Dead end) ?
In France, the trend is exactly reverse: people use English words 'à tout bout de champ' (time and time again)

As regards 'Sue de Coq', are you sure this guy is French ?
Best regards, cenoman.
14/Jun/17 12:08 AM
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Hi Cenoman
I am sure Sue de Coq was as French as the Scarlet Pimpernel.
Brexit for now Les.
14/Jun/17 5:17 AM
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