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 1. Note acf8=158;dgi2=248;i45=69.Unique possibilities to 29.2. Whether g8=7;OR g8=4=i2;i6=7.UP55.3. Whether f9=5,g9=3;OR f3=5,c39=79;h9=6.UP81. 21/Oct/14 12:35 AM |  |
 SE=7.1 UP to 291)S-Wing:(4=7)g8-h8=(4)g6 or (7)g8-i8=(7)i6 =>h6<>4,i6<>7 UP=552)S-Wing:(7=5)c3-c9=(7)d9 or(5)c3-b1=(5)d1 => d9<>5 UP=81 21/Oct/14 12:49 AM |  |
 An other one:Weekly extreme -421, SE=8.5 ...5.9.....9.7.8..7.63.2..5.72.....91.......66.....73.2..4..6....4.5.1.....1.8... 21/Oct/14 3:32 AM |  |
 the weekly extreme is easy for SE=8.5 @ 2.5 points for * level 1. (253')a8b89=(3-1)i8=i4 - (1=45)gh6-a6=a89 # -4b89extend - (81')be7=h7 - (1)h6==(4)a89 # -4b72. (8=3)i3-(379=2)d2ef3-(23=8)i23 # +8i23, STE.// SS(1)f86.ei4; -1i8// MW(48)a9/(8)e97.(4)egh7; -4g9 21/Oct/14 5:57 AM |  |
 thank-you Robin for your support; the world has taken a dark and most disturbing turn... I watch my back now... black ops big pharm agents are everywhere! I've lined my work area with tin foil and removed the fillings from my teeth - still they find me! 21/Oct/14 6:07 AM |  |
 also two chaining steps for this one (the offendingpost censored the other day)no krakens required using pattern chaining technique.Y-20: Symmetry=None, Start=23, SSTS=26, SG=13.25, SE=8.7800000607009400000700089000300000020007010030025900000600070083000005004000090000 21/Oct/14 6:16 AM |  |
 Every time I go out into the back yard I have a couple of kookaburras that fly down looking for me to give them meat. 21/Oct/14 6:43 AM |  |
 (27) 19@ac2=>ib2<>19(29) 247@ghi=>a8<>4&h8<>2(30) 4@ef1=>h1<>44?@h8=>[i8=2&i6=4]=>i2={}=>h8<>4(56) 2?@d1=>b1=5=>b7=7=>d7=8=>d2={}=>d1<>2(63) More... 21/Oct/14 7:19 AM |  |
 Such a strange looking animal - June thanks for naming it. There is an old song I remember a bit of from my grade school days about a kookaburra sitting in an old gum tree! That was some 70 years ago... 21/Oct/14 7:46 AM |  |
 Y-20 4e4=(4-5)e6=*[5b3=5g3-5g6=*(5-9)i6=9b6-9b6=9a2] :=> 4e4=[5b3==9a2]|V5h8=*[5b3=5g3-5h1=*5h7-4h7=4h4-4e4=[5b3==9a2]]|5a8=(5-4)a1=*[9a2=(9-4)a5=* 4a4-4e4=[5b3==9a2]] :=> [5b3==9a2]-9b3 More... 21/Oct/14 12:19 PM |  |
 Merry merry king of the bush is he....laugh kookaburra laugh kookaburra, gay your life must be. They are good beggars at a barbeque. 21/Oct/14 1:23 PM |  |

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