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 That's different! 20/Oct/11 12:17 AM |  |
 What fabulous sculptures! 20/Oct/11 12:32 AM |  |
 1)SSTS2)(8=3)i3-(3=4)h2-e2=e8-(4=6)b8-i8=(6)i7,=>i7<>83)YW(437)d43f1,=>f4<>4 .UP=81 20/Oct/11 1:01 AM |  |
 T-Lite 8.9 (easy one) still looking for something to make solver think.012600009450020000009000000000009005700030040000050103904010700060800000000700200 20/Oct/11 1:52 AM |  |
 1. Note bg2=58=e19.Unique possibilities to 49.2. Whether e8=4,b8=6,i8=3;OR e2=4,h2=3;i3=8.UP66.3. Whether f7=2,d7=7;OR f7=7,f1=4,f4=3;d3=3.UP81. 20/Oct/11 1:55 AM |  |
 T-Lite II 8.5 (more resistant), SE @ 16K x 10FC:910070004004600500080000090002000000390002008050300600740080000000000000160400705 20/Oct/11 3:11 AM |  |
 JBT 8.4 intermediate (you should find this one diverting Alfred!) SE @ 2K x 27FC:000000500000500078095600030000710050800000026000000000700060403001020900903400000 20/Oct/11 4:54 AM |  |
 site puzzle beginner level 7.1: SSTE// XYC:(64)b8,(4)e82,(43)h2,(3)hi8; -6i8// WW(43)h2f4, -3f2 20/Oct/11 5:45 AM |  |
 Sculpture by the Sea 2005, Bondi. Artist: Geoff Harvey. 20/Oct/11 8:49 AM |  |
 Great picture! 20/Oct/11 8:53 AM |  |
 A reverse BUG available in JBT 8.4 (after SSTS). One uninspired path below:0) SSTS; UR(68) bh12 => df3<>8; UR(78)ef17 => QHP(378)df2 => f2<>5; f1<>81) RBUG(49) ab7,a12,d13,g23 =>(4)i7a2 =RBUG= (9-5)f3 = (5)bc3 - (5=4)a2 => a7<>4; some SSTS2) More... 20/Oct/11 10:11 AM |  |
 my take on that one (JBT 8.4 - ur possibilities boggle the mind!):1. (4)c8=c456-(234)a46b6=YW(17.5)ai4i2-(5=4)a2 # -4a782. aur(68)bh12::XW(8)ef17=*(45)ab2-(5)b3=f3-(5=78)e17 # -8e4.f3// MW(78)e1/g14.d4, -8d23, UP81 20/Oct/11 12:32 PM |  |
 Great idea and great picture.I wonder; do they have intelligible form from any angle? 20/Oct/11 12:52 PM |  |
 sorry about misrepresentation on the 8.9, I had two of them, the one posted is HARD! This is the one I intended to post.JBT 8.9 T-Lite III:009780000000000000008003106500078900407009800000500030000005008006000200900240050 20/Oct/11 12:53 PM |  |
 Tlite 8.50) SSTS; ALS+XW xz rc(8) => (239)efh1+(9)ef8 = (179)hie8 => e246<>9; Some SSTS1) QKCell using UR(13)gi67 =>(9)gi6||(2)gi7 - gh9 = (2-8)d9 = (8)d6||(6)i7 - (6=5)a7 - (5=8)a2 - g2 = g9 - d9 = (8)d6=> d6<>9; Locked (9); UP 81 20/Oct/11 1:07 PM |  |
 two aaic + 3 aic minimum to jump start T-Lite 8.9 I 20/Oct/11 1:22 PM |  |
 what about (4)g6 in that UR(13)gi67 Steve?? 20/Oct/11 2:43 PM |  |
 OK: WW(14)e4g5.c45 # -4e5 20/Oct/11 2:48 PM |  |
 Time for me to call it a night. 20/Oct/11 11:09 PM |  |
 8.9Heavy intitial reliance on two RBUGS(35) to avoid (3)b6&c8 first, then to avoid (35)ab1.0) SSTS; ALS xz rc(9) => (2468)abcd4 = (268)ac4b5 => abc6<>68; SSTS; ur(24)bd46=> b46<>2;RBUG(35) => MXW(3)a679,c7 + acBb8 => a12<>3; RBUG(35)=> More... 20/Oct/11 11:28 PM |  |
 My apologies on the 8.9 above. I have skipped a step before the second RBUG step. I need to work, so please ignore the previous post! 21/Oct/11 12:11 AM |  |
 T-Lite 8.9 III:// MR(27)a7/a12.b378, -27a8,-2a9,+27b32. (17=3)af2-(3=1)c1-(1=367)g13i1# -7hi2, FXW(7)bh37, -7a73. K Row(1)adf9 # -4b9, FSF(4)fhi269, -4f4(1)b9||[ (367=1)g13i1-c1=a23-a9=*f9-(1=7)f2-a2=a3 ]|(7)h3=h7-(7=4)b74. (3=126)ade8-(2)e5=ef4-(2=136)b56c4 # -3b9// MW(34)i2/i9.g84, -4i4, UP81 21/Oct/11 12:20 AM |  |
 very nice find on the UR for the 8.5 Steve, I missed that. 21/Oct/11 12:22 AM |  |
 8.9, the "easy one". Restructured to include a RBUG, hopefully correct now! 0) SSTS; UR(24)bd46 => b46<>21) FXW(6)fi35,h4 = (6-9)g5 = g2 - (9=4)e2 - gh2 = (4)i1 => i1<>62) (68)i35 = (2)i5 - b5 = (2-8)b3 = (8)hi3 => i1<>8; NP(14)3) KCell More... 21/Oct/11 8:04 AM |  |
 Upon further review, the inclusion of (3)c6 in the RBug SIS is not required. I believe that if one wishes, this can reduce step 4 to a non-aic pattern step. I am not inclined to that machination at this time. 21/Oct/11 10:44 PM |  |
 T-Lite 8.9 I *****?!A bit long but not too ott .. probably better ending#0 SSTS, type-4-ur(24)bd46 ; b46<>2#1 finned-x-wing(6)35/fi,h3=g5 - (9)g5=g2 - (9=4)e2 - gi2=i1 ; i1<>6#2 (8=6)f5 - e6=(6-9)e1=h1 - h4=g5 ; g5<>8#3 (14=8)i21 - hi3=(8-2)b3=b5 - i5=i7 ; More... 22/Oct/11 3:14 AM |  |

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