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 What a cutie! 20/May/10 12:17 AM |  |
 Too easy. 20/May/10 12:24 AM |  |
 1. Note pairs 47 at be9; 39 at f25. Unique possibilities to 25.2. Whether f9=5;OR f9=1=g8,i7=6,f7=5; f4=6.UP81. 20/May/10 12:26 AM |  |
 Alfred, that was a great step 2 on yesterday's. How do you see those?!? Brenda 20/May/10 12:44 AM |  |
 I don't have blue wrens at my house but my lucky sister does about a ten minute walk from me. 20/May/10 12:59 AM |  |
 18:35 to you all from Oregon. 20/May/10 1:57 AM |  |
 maen all! he'd be cat food if he lighted around here! 20/May/10 2:39 AM |  |
 Nice!! 20/May/10 3:05 AM |  |
 There are many variations of the Blue Wren, they are enchanting little creatures.http://www.google.com/images?hl=en&q=blue+wren+photos&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sour ce=univ&ei=4Dv0S6u0Ac2GkAXPyLTCDQ&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&a mp;ved=0CCgQsAQwAA 20/May/10 5:31 AM |  |
 I'd been travelling for several days so I used the easy day today to take care of some old business. I've posted a belated comment on the May 3 tough (a twist on ttt's solution), some lengthy comments on the May 16 tough (mainly for farpointer and Neil), and some fairly trivial remarks on the May 18 and 19 toughs. 20/May/10 8:27 AM |  |
 Hi Brenda.My step 2 was equivalent to Sotir's. In chess,you look first at "forcing" moves,like checks and captures.In sudoku forcing chains often lead to useful results. Regards, Alfred. 20/May/10 8:47 AM |  |
 30:25 20/May/10 10:41 AM |  |
 34:53 20/May/10 10:47 AM |  |
 rwm: I took the liberty to respond to your proposed chain on the May 16 tough page. Although the way I choose to interpret your chain is clearly just a choice, it is sound Boolean logic. Hopefully, I will get around to actually doing sudoku puzzles from this site again. 20/May/10 2:44 PM |  |
 Hi rwm, Thanks for your notes on May 3 and 17 - very useful. Best regards, Neil 20/May/10 8:59 PM |  |
 17:58, hi all. 20/May/10 9:19 PM |  |
 SE=4.4 10/Sep/10 9:46 PM |  |

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