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 No comment. 13/Jul/09 12:37 AM |  |
 14:00 even. my guess is that they are Psyche and Eros, whose union produced Hedone, hence the terms in use today. 13/Jul/09 1:03 AM |  |
 Thanks Plum! 13/Jul/09 1:52 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities:a4=3,b4=1,d6=2=i9.UP272. If h9=7,i6=7=g3,d6=4=e9=f3=a2,column a is devoid of 7.So h9=9.UPs to 51.3. If i8=5,b8=8.Likewise,i8=1,e8=9=c7=d6=f1,g1=5,a1=8 makes b8=8.UPs to 81. 13/Jul/09 2:00 AM |  |
 Have a nice week all of us! 13/Jul/09 2:30 AM |  |
 I admire the talent of sculpture. 13/Jul/09 2:36 AM |  |
 Plum, thanks for the explanation. Puzzle was ok. After basic techniques had been exhausted chains involving 4s and 7s forbid them from some cells in the central box. That took me to UP 51 (most likely the same position as Alfred's step #2, but I haven't checked). Then a short chain starting from the cell a1 forbids the incorrect choice there, and that wraps it up. 13/Jul/09 4:21 AM |  |
 22:34 13/Jul/09 5:13 AM |  |
 That was my first thought on seeing this picture. The myth about Eros and Psyche is by far my favorite of the Greek mythology. 13/Jul/09 5:33 AM |  |
 Oh harketh(sic), are thou sure it t'was indeed a myth, me ask? 13/Jul/09 1:50 PM |  |
 Lots o' Louvre. 12 and something 13/Jul/09 10:55 PM |  |
 1)Start at 3,basic techniques to UP=272)(4)d9=(4-7)e9=h9-g7=g3-a3=(7-4)a2=de2-f3=(4)f4,=>d56<>4.UP=513)YW-style:(9)a5=c6 -(9=5)c7-c23=(5)a1,=>a5<>5.UP=81 13/Jul/09 10:56 PM |  |
 SE=7.2 09/Sep/10 10:59 PM |  |

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